An image of a logo for the fashion brand Women’s Wear Daily that was used in a recent ad has been shared on social media.
The image, which was posted on the Twitter account of the advertising agency, was captioned “Women’s Wear is the brand that can bring you back in time with style,” with the words “we will take your dreams and create your dreams” written in white.
The post has been retweeted more than 7,000 times.
Women’s wear is one of the largest fashion brands in the world.
It sells and markets women’s fashion to a range of women across the world, from fashion designers to stylists.
It’s one of many global brands in fashion.
The Women’swear logo for Men’s Wear, however, was not created by Women’s Fashion and has not been used in any ad campaign.
The logo is a bit different, though.
It has a yellow outline and a red, white and blue circle with the word “Women” written over it.
The “We will take [your dreams and your dreams can] become reality” was a bit more subdued, but still a bit powerful, according to the brand.
“The word ‘we’ is just a part of the logo,” the logo’s creator, Michelle Abril, told CBC News.
Women’s fashion was created by French-Canadian woman Jeanne-Marie Abrulon in 1968 and has been in operation for more than 40 years. “
That future will be very good for everyone.”
Women’s fashion was created by French-Canadian woman Jeanne-Marie Abrulon in 1968 and has been in operation for more than 40 years.
It is one the largest female fashion companies in the western world.
But it’s also one of several that have seen their revenue dwindle due to consumer demand for designer labels and a lack of new female-owned brands.
The number of women working in the fashion industry has declined from about 1.3 million in 1970 to about 600,000 today, according the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
In Canada, the number of full-time workers has declined by nearly 50 per cent over the same period, according Statistics Canada.
“There is not a lot of women in the industry, there are not a ton of women who are doing it,” Abrils told CBC Radio’s The Early Edition.
“And we’re really in the dark on that.”