06 April 2011

TwoTone PR launches

Emily Yeoh and Shakira Fullwood-Gayle have launched their new agency, TwoTone PR. Emily has 12 years experience in PR and marketing, focusing mainly on fashion and music, and writes for several international publications (Emily is currently executive editor for LURVE and the London contributor for FOAM). Shakira has 10 years experience working in PR, mainly music, fashion and events, and has her own label, I Am Howling Wolf, producing feather headresses and accessories. Among the new clients for TwoTone PR is London-based jewellery brand, Silver Service (pictured), which this week added a TopShop concession to its portfolio of stockists. Contact.

Beauty brand Molton Brown appoints PR

APR Communications has been appointed by premium beauty brand Molton Brown to handle all the PR for its UK market. APR Communications will be responsible for managing brand communications for Molton Brown to redefine and boost its UK image. The agency will also be responsible for building awareness of its global positioning and driving footfall to and sales in their key emporiums, ecommerce, department store and hotel channels. Contact.

DIARY dates

  • Matches AW11 Press Day
  • Schwarzkopf Street Dance The Grand Final Show
  • Very.co.uk AW11 Press Launch
  • Boohoo.com High Summer Collection Press Event
See DIARYdates.

Client wins for H.PR London

H.PR London has announced three new client wins. NAKKNA - a Swedish fashion label described as 'wearable avant-garde'. Liz Black - a Central St Martins graduate whose eponymous womenswear label is launching with the AW11 collection. K.Brat - London-based womenswear label which focuses on contemporary leisure day and night pieces combining soft-tailoring with strong construction. Contact.

Climatecars appoints Woodthorpe Comms.

Woodthorpe Comms. has been appointed to represent Climatecars. Founded by entrepreneur Nicko Williamson, Climatecars is a premium chauffeured car service with a fleet of hybrid vehicles covering the whole of London. Contact.

Glamour.com makes editorial changes

There have been some changes to the team at Glamour.com: Hannah Powell has joined the team as editorial assistant and can be contacted regarding general enquires and competitions. Rebecca Cox, previously style journalist at Sky Living, has joined as style & entertainment editor and currently handles hair & beauty features, celebrity hair and beauty, entertainment and events. Contact.

Red & Psychologies magazine appoints entertainment editor

Rosamund Witcher, previously entertainment editor at Psychologies magazine, has been appointed entertainment editor at Red magazine. Rosamund will commence her new role on 11 April. Contact.

Following Rosamund’s departure at Psychologies, Emily Phillips has joined the team as entertainment editor. Contact.