Remington has announced the launch of the "Style in the Big City" campaign, which began on December 1 and will run until March 12 next year. The main prize is a trip to New York. The campaign is being held in collaboration with a young Russian designer Marianna Nareiko.
You can take part in the action by purchasing Remington products with a promo sticker on the package and registering the code from the sticker from December 1, 2011 to March 12, 2012. For more information about the rules of the campaign, please visit http://www.remington-promo.ru
Working with new ideas is what Marianne and Remington have in common. Every day gives a new mood, new plans and images. Some are inspired by street fashion, others are high fashion shows. The main thing is not to be afraid of experiments and bright combinations. “We started from the STYLIST corporate colors - a stylish combination of black and honeysuckle and made laconic and bright accessories, in the spirit of the brand. It was all the more interesting to develop not only bags that are already traditional for our brand, but a more complete line of accessories including a bracelet, belt and travel cosmetic bag, ”says Marianna Nareiko.
To add the finishing touch to the fashionable look, Remington created a new collection of STYLIST drying and styling appliances, the designer accessory will organically complete the look of a city fashionista.
In addition, a fashionable gift can be obtained by leaving the most useful recommendation about a Remington product or by answering a contest question on the promotion website.
“Our joint campaign provides an opportunity to fantasize over our own image, to introduce ourselves as the heroine of our favorite series. The best participants of the contest will receive the most stylish gifts from a Russian designer, ”says a representative of Remington.
Marianna Nareiko is a young Russian designer, laureate of various accessories designer competitions, working under the MARIMANN brand. He is engaged in the production of designer bags in his own workshop in Moscow in small batches, and sometimes in a single copy.