TV & Radio

BBC RADIO LONDON Drivetime with Eddie Nestor

So Harrods didn’t let in a woman with a mohican haircut…. was it right or wrong? I do remember the first time around during the 80’s Punk era when this happened too. How far can someone go to expressing their personality within boundaries of correctness? Or is this more about looking sloppy and unkempt and being tarred by the same brush that includes tourists in London wearing shorts, running trainers and bumbags or rucksacks?

Should companies have certain dressing standards and codes to keep a brand identity? I believe they should and that many companies could still grow in an econmomic downturn if they appraise their customers’ perception and expectations of their brand.

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