Viral Marketing- fancy face masks hit the street and the catwalk | Haute Macabre

Viral Marketing

swine flu gas mask Australianfashion week

Like most legitimate news sources*, Haute Macabre is taking advantage of worldwide paranioa…er, I mean… striving to keep you up-to-date on the latest swine flu news. Whether by coincidence or not, Rosemount Australian Fashion Week, which just wound up yesterday, showed multiple masks on the catwalk. And,  as the pandemic spreads, the DIY decorative face masks that cropped up a few days ago among Mexico City’s street performers have spread to New York, Chicago and Tokyo. A roundup of my favorites so far:

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* Haute Macabre should if fact NOT be considered a legitimate news source. I drink too much and Sam speaks mostly to cats.

Erin is a web developer and lover of tiny dogs, ghost stories, and too much eyeliner.

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  2. I am just even more blown away about WWW marketing on account of watching the way in which the youger generations deal with with their peers through their technology. My 10 year old daughter just sent me a portal they had put online to aggregate popular topics for their classmates. They needed to know how one could launch online advertising on the website to . I am extremely proud and amazed.

  3. The Japanese ones aren’t ‘real’ masks, but the same one painted many different ways in an art program. Really cool work, though! I’d love to have one of them, too!