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It’s a sign of personal maturity and stability. To some, the word assertive suggests being “pushy,'” but true assertiveness isn’t abrasive. It’s being willing to state our feelings, needs, and convictions, firmly and fairly. Love it or hate it (and most stylists we spoke to hated it), she looked smoking hot, and her curves were flattered and fierce in the body con Zuhair Murad cut out confection. But, because most felt the dress itself fell flat, she didn’t quite make our list.As a stylist myself, I’ve got my own opinions on who got it right. I went to several other celebrity stylists to get their take, too.
Hard to think about now, but at the time, it was not the conventional wisdom to air or put online a commercial that was meant for the Super Bowl, says Tim Ellis, who was the head of marketing for Volkswagen North America at the time and is now the chief marketing officer for video game maker Activision. Wisdom was you hold it, because you would get the most value out of that impression by waiting. Ellis says it was a controversial decision to run it early, even among the ad agency and VW marketing team.
But you can’t hear what was said, you can’t hear how it was said. We need to change that. Because if those police officers swear that he was saying things that put their lives in danger, they may argue that they had reason for it. In all seriousness, look at the statistical averages of black rock and roll bands that are killing on the charts and really making it. You’ll see that there’s a definite amount of risk. It’s not something that’s happening in a mass, across the board sort of way not since Hendrix.
On this drizzly October evening, Nicolle found herself as she so often has since Sept. 5: stuck between two worlds as a high school student and volleyball player, and as a dreamer. The 17 year old was coming from a meeting in Arlington with the Dream Project, an organization that helps students with various immigration statuses apply to college.