Vprcomm Magazine Rodeo Drive

Luxury Retail Under Attack

Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills Ca. Once the destination for those who were visiting sunny California for the ultimate luxury shopping experience. Shops such as iconic Fred Segal, Charlotte Olympia, Cartier, Tiffany, Salvadore…

The Issues Within The Industry

The past few days have given many individuals time to think about their business practices, what they could and should have done better.    Some can say "it's a better time than…

Our Nation In Turmoil

Open letter from the Editor in Chief Are we angry about the event that took place on May 25th, 2020 to George Floyd? Yes. Should we all be angry? Yes. Do we have the…

First Our Home

"First our "home" is where our parents live, then a room we share with our school mates, then a flat we rent alone, later with our loved ones. But after we got…

Vprcomm Magazine Premier Issue

Some may have thought what on earth are they doing launching a magazine during COVID-19? Our comeback to that? Why not? There’s no time like the present and we feel that there…

COVID causes Culture chaos

The Southbank Centre details ‘closure risk’ until at least April 2021 and calls on the government for further urgent support  The Southbank Centre today announces it is at risk of closure until…

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A symbol of Peace

One of London’s most rebellious of artists and Turner Prize winners, Damien Hirst, has created a piece of art as a symbol of “solidarity and hope” to support The Independent’s Help The…

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Virtually in Chelsea

Without a doubt, one of jewels in London’s summer calendar crown is Chelsea Flower Show. Queen Alexandra opened the first ever Chelsea Flower show, held over three days on 20 May 1913.…

FaceTime Photoshoots Are The Trend

Creatives are getting, creative. Businesses are making adjustments to how business is conducted in many ways. Take photoshoots, for instance, photographers and influencers are using FaceTime or video to conduct photoshoots. Although…

Support Garment Workers affected by Covid-19

More than 1,100 Bangladeshi garment factories reported canceled orders worth $3.17 billion in export sales as of April 2020, affecting approximately 2.3 million workers and their families due to the Covid-19 Bangladesh is the world’s…