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Palladium Pallabrousse Pampa 1947

Picture this: a war-torn landscape, paratroopers leaping from the sky, their sturdy boots gripping the earth – that’s where the Palladium saga begins. But this ain’t your average footwear fairytale. Buckle up, because this journey takes us from aircraft tires to cityscapes, with a detour through military grit and cultural shifts. Part 1: Soaring High,… Read More »The fall and rise of Palladium

The fall and rise of Palladium

Source: Gatineau

Gatineau, the iconic French skincare brand known for its age-defying formulas and luxurious touch, boasts a fascinating history filled with innovation, resilience, and ultimately, triumphant resurgence. Let’s delve into the journey of this beauty powerhouse, one chapter at a time: 🎬 Parisian Legacy Takes Root 📉  Navigating Crossroads 🔁  Resurgence and Reinvention: In 2021 The… Read More »The fall and rise of Gatineau

The fall and rise of Gatineau


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The fall and rise of Vever

Moke Electric all credits to

🎬 The Moke is a small, light, utilitarian vehicle that was originally produced by the British Motor Corporation and later by Austin-Morris. It was initially popular as a beach buggy and for military use, but its production has been marked by several ups and downs. The Moke was designed by Sir Alec Issigonis, who also… Read More »The fall and rise of Moke

The fall and rise of Moke

Borgward BX7

🎬 The former Borgward car manufacturing company, based in Bremen, Germany, was founded by Carl F. W. Borgward (1890–1963). It produced cars of four brands, which were sold to a diversified international customer base: Borgward, Hansa, Goliath and Lloyd. Borgward’s Isabella was one of the most popular German premium models in the 1950s, while Lloyd’s… Read More »The fall and rise of Borgward

The fall and rise of Borgward

ASOS Miss Selfridge

🎬 Miss Selfridge was a British high street store chain which began as the young fashion section of Selfridges department store in London in 1966.  In July 1999, Arcadia Group, which was owned by Sir Philip Green, acquired Miss Selfridge, along with Wallis and clothing retailer Outfit, from Sears plc Miss Selfridge was one of… Read More »The fall and rise of Miss Selfridge

The fall and rise of Miss Selfridge

KWay K-Way

🎬 The K-Way® brand was created in Paris in 1965. On a rainy day, clothes retailer Léon-Claude Duhamel observed as people rushed by in soaking wet clothes, with uncomfortable umbrellas in their hands. And he had an insight: creating a waterproof object that could be carried at all times, but which was neither an umbrella… Read More »The rise and fall of K-way

The rise and fall of K-way

Sarolea N60

🎬 Saroléa was the first Belgian producer of motorcycles, and one of the first producers of motorcycles in the world. This Belgian factory was established in 1850 as a weapons factory by Joseph Saroléa. In 1892 bicycle production started. Joseph died in 1894 and under the management of his sons the company grew larger. In… Read More »The fall and rise of Sarolea

The fall and rise of Sarolea