Saturday, 18 September 2010
We were delighted to receive the seal of approval from the head of media at a London high school this week. Upon catching a glimpse of a Golden Goose release, she swiftly got in touch..."it is actually the most perfect example of a press release I have seen and I would like to use it in my teaching."
So what exactly caught her eye? Our release announcing the global launch of BeautifulPeople.com with tips on where to find the world's most attractive inhabitants landed in her inbox and is now available to students nationwide.
Wednesday, 15 September 2010
The latest must-have celeb accessory, which has got the likes of Lily Allen and Henry Holland tweeting with excitement, comes in the form of the highly sought after VIP n’ Mix card.
This money-can’t-buy piece of purse candy was dreamt up by Golden Goose PR for client Woolworths.co.uk. It entitles holders to a free fix of the famous Pic n’ Mix, whenever and wherever they get the urge.
Dizzee Rascal, Fearne Cotton, Chris Moyles were also amongst the first to put the card to good use. The geese were particularly excited when Aston from JLS called to find out what sugary delights he could get his hands on.
Friday, 10 September 2010
The Golden Geese have been causing a stir surrounding The Art of Conversation. This talkative card game hit the UK last week and journalists across the country are lining up for a good old fashioned chin wag.
From Toy News to the production team at the TV Book Club these little treasures are set to inspire great family conversations and tear teens away from texting.
We quizzed some media fans on their colloquial skills....
Vicki-Marie Cossar, features editor at Metro
Name your number one survival skill? – ‘I can go without washing!’
Jo Adnitt, commissioning editor at LOOK Magazine
What is the biggest bargain you have ever found? – ‘A vintage Jaeger shirt I won on Ebay for 99p’
Victoria Hall, fashion assistant at Stella Magazine
What is your favourite place? – ‘St. Petersberg in Russia. I went in July and highly recommend it’
Thursday, 2 September 2010
This week our Goose On The Loose ventured to The Book Club for a night of Cocoa Caipirinhas, ping-pong and a curious preview of framed A-listers courtesy of Peter Anderson.
Anderson is a British photographer whose 'Then And There, Here and Now' exhibition will be on display at the Shoreditch hideaway until 26th September.
‘Then and There, Here and Now’ is a collection of black and white portraits created while Anderson was working in-house at NME in the 1980’s. His subjects are an attractive assortment of musical icons and early hip-hop talent; including a pre-blonde Madonna and Mick Jagger buried among excitable groupies. .
Anderson works closely with his subjects and opens a door to an era when music, fashion and politics first collided. Anderson’s giant photographic prints currently sell alongside Warhol, Basquiat and Banksy and his next project, ‘Here and Now’, capturing the local street style at the Arch Gallery in Deptford is sure to be a must-see.