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“I’m a screenwriter and began my career walking the runway for Urban lines like Sean John, Rocawear, Akademics, etc. Hollywood’s door opened soon after with set experience with Tyler Perry, Gabrielle Union and Idris Elba during the filming of Daddy’s Little Girl. Up in the Air gave me a chance to experience working with Oscar nominated talent(Best Lead Actor, Best Lead Actress, Best Supporting Actor) and working with Director Jason Reitman has an immediate impact on any production. Reitman has received Oscar noms for “Juno” (teen pregnancy) and “Up In the Air”(american recession/w George Clooney).”

“The ability to connect with industry professionals is your calling card in this business. As Editor of Style #601 I hope to continue to open doors for new and existing professionals in film and fashion. My work with stellar Hollywood talent and success with talent agency The Talent Group has given me even more drive to develop as a industry insider.”
—Cedric Armand sets the stage for fashion and film interviews, trends, and topics.

Cedric Armand’s screenwriting has garnered the interest of Hollywood Attorneys making him a strong asset behind the scenes. With the spotlight still shining Cedric has proven himself as a insider and professional in both film and fashion. is prime for anyone who wants news, industry conversation, exclusive images from top designers, and events.

Tiffany and Co. Joins Louboutin’s Fight Against YSL

A color is just a colour right? I mean anyone should have the right to use a color. Right? Tiffany and Co. doesn’t think so. They recently filed amicus curiae, “friend of the court” brief supporting Louboutin’s claim against YSL attempt to use Red Bottom Soles.

Maybe a color isn’t just colour? Colors along with style can represent a brand just like we all associate the golden arches with Mickey Dees. The Red Bottom Sole is son ominous with the style distinction of Christian Louboutin. And Tiffany and Co. agrees. YSL’s sale of Red Bottom shoes blurs the line of style and distinction forcing Louboutin to file for trademark infringement. According to WWD and attorney Jason Jones of Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu PC, “ Tiffany is not taking sides in this dispute” “We are only trying to assure that this area of the law is not disturbed by an overbroad decision in the lower court”

“We are enormously pleased that Tiffany has weighed in,” Louboutin’s attorney Harley Lewin of McCarter & English LLP states. “Tiffany has not only agreed with our arguments, but is also put forth arguments that strengthened the case and made the point that the [earlier] decision should be reversed’.

I appreciate Tiffany and Louboutin’s fight for unique style and design. Hopefully this will send a message to artist and designers that innovation should be protected and valued. Let’s continue to be creative and orginal so that we can respect each other’s success and hard work!