Answer to request

Posted on: April 9, 2008

Answering to the claim put by Prince Vladimir, certain obscur channels were finally obliged to give a more concrete inner insight and perspective that may satisfy his curiosity. Which insight, he won’t of course share with others, although proof there is that he finally managed to get one.

 

“Fais comme si, mon amour, on s’aimait, et un jour, rien qu’un jour, l’amour était vrai.”

Edith Piaf

The Russian prince profited of the general positive atmosphere and wrote the following e-mail to the Femmes (Women) Business Angels, in France:Bonjour,profitant d’ne accidentelle trouvaille sur internet et vu que vous memes semblez laisser faire echo de la regrettable présentation de votre site:» Le Journal des Femmes a aimé… la liste des autres organisations susceptibles d’aider les porteurs de projets s’ils ne sont pas retenus par FBA» Le Journal des Femmes a regretté… que le design du site soit aussi basique

(http://www.linternaute.com/femmes/sitedujour/07/0122-femmesbusinessangel.shtml),

que par ailleurs, j’ai pu mener á bonnne fin le projet presenté chez vous en 2003, seule et sans investissements ni des idiots informatiques sur la tete, et que cela se porte fort bien, comme vous pouvez constater de par vous memes en http://ask4ten.wordpress.com, meme si certaines lignes du projet durent s’adapter aux circonstances environamentales, je vous propose une collaboration moins teintée de contre espionnage international, pour adapter votre site aux exigences du marketing contemporain.

Je profite de l’occasion pour vous faire remarquer que la sécurité des logos sur les sites est pitoyable et comme preuve, en annexe, les trouvailles du hooligan spécialiste en ce genre de preuve faramineuse. Veuillez aussi, si dans vos mains, transmettre mes salutations aux concernés par la fuite (un peu dangereuse, je dirais) du logo Fressange un peu partout de par le monde, tel que constatable soi http://robios.wordpress.com, soi http://sonjakasten1.wordpress.com (search: ines de la fressange), oú le hooligan en question se fait echo sans apparemment pouvoir réussir á percer les lignes francaises.

Bien sur que je reste á votre entiére disposition concernant une impossible interaction commerciale m’étant entre temps fort bien renseignée sur le contenu des bulletin de l’APCE.

Sonja Kasten

Le hooligan en question d’ailleurs menace lourdement avec l’usage des dits logos (trés beaux dans son appréciation générale), vu qu’ils ne sont pas registrés en Equateur

Saying in short that they should be careful with logos in internet as it may have as consequence the loss of name and brand as they were not registered everywhere and in spite of tendencies coming mainly from France and Germany wanting to impose on international law national warrants, great companies like Mercedes, Coca Cola and Burger King refused to support that politics as they had spent millions and millions in order to register their names universally.

Madame de Jeauffrineau looked at the text and shouted: “C’est évident.” (It’s obvious), which had as result the secretary looking at her with eyes meaning what there could be so obvious about which stayed without answer. Madame de Jeauffrineau had a quick glance at the hooligan’s pages and made her best to alert Fressange of the happening, forgetting for seconds that Fressange had stayed without shop, name, image and brand due to a vile campaign launched by Lagerfeld as contract with Chanel broken due to the fact that she had dared … doing as if she symbolized French Marianne, as is honestly reported in wikipedia (France)

En 1991, elle crée sa propre griffe, “Inès de La Fressange” et sa propre boutique de prêt-à-porter de luxe et divers articles et parfums de luxe au 14 de l’avenue Montaigne dans le 8e arrondissement de Paris, en association financière avec le groupe de luxe Louis Vuitton. Son succès est immédiat en particulier en France, aux États Unis et au Japon.En décembre 1999, elle se trouve licenciée de sa propre société dont elle n’est pas actionnaire majoritaire. Elle tente de retrouver les droits d’usage de ses nom, prénom et image après cinq ans de long combat judiciaire, la Cour de cassation, censurant un arrêt de la cour d’appel de Paris du 15 décembre 2004, la déclare irrecevable en son action.

Phoning thus a friend whose cousin obtained Fressange’s e-mail in a cocktail, she finishes by transmitting the message after many hours of efforts of concentration and French savoir faire and wrote: “Ah, and even if it is a hooligan, obviously, there is really nice guy if you look back three pages on the site.” Fressange received the message, asked herself whether she should understand the whole as a joke, a provocation or something serious. Had a look at the page distractedly, found the guy really very nice, asked herself where he could be found  and went to sleep.She woke up after 3 hours sleep. That’s it, she said, and profiting of the night and the mist and the cold she phoned immediately to some friends in the USA, Australia and Israel and said to ‘immediately register her name and logo as brand of prêt à porter, perfumes and other luxury articles, along with a fashion review’. Which was done. The one’s who had orchestrated the campaign that had marked the loss of her own name, behind who was certainly Lagerfeld, rotten of jealousy because of her success and savoir faire, and who on top of that had launched a vile strategy  the prince knew very well as such, consisting in involving who ever tries to resist to some whop believe to be the masters of the world into pornographic affairs (you may not believe it, but the Russian Prince had to deal with irony and sarcastic laughter with the attempt of doing such as it was tried to involve http://robios.wordpress.com to some obscure pornographic mafia through pictures appearing under ‘critical’ (hits 7 today for ‘could be Assyrian, too’, he said, smiling, mind the upper cut)), were trapped by international law.

Inès de la Fressange would further be allowed to make use of her own name and surname, creations and image everywhere except of course in France, where the shop had anyhow closed doors three years after hers leaving the same. She decided to make use in France of the brand name Marianne de la Fressange (mind Garfield) and solved all sorts of legal questions in the space of a few hours, while the vile monster Lagerfeld was yes, look at that!; associating his name now to model Fressange while observing how this was obtaining more and more success in Google (research Fressange + Lagerfeld). Thus, thanks to the Russian Prince, Inès de la Fressange obtained back her name, while, taking coffee in the morning considering how little she had slept, she thought, “I wouldn’t really mind meeting that guy, after all.” And went to see the picture again in internet.

She asked from Madame de Jeauffrineau if she could not establish the origin of the same, and the latter started making three or four researches and arrived to the following conclusion: “It is possible to discern that this picture is the result of transformations through Adobe Photoshop on a blue one appearing mainly in http://phlovers.wordpress.com, which seems to be the result of transformations on the other hand of an … original picture of … yourself.” “Merde,” she said (Shit), “pour une fois”. (Once I get interested for someone.)American observers remarked that Fressange’s lines could thus be associated to a new narcissistic current whose intellectual foundations were to be found in … ADOBE Photoshop, to which Adobe Photoshop agreed.

Inès de la Fressange promised she’d launch her new American prêt à porter collection in short, thanked the French for the lack of support and finally agreed deeply with the support Lagerfeld had obtained as she remarked: “It’s obvious that the German should always prevail on French national products because … le français se vend ailleurs, lorsque c’est français.” (French can be sold everywhere else, if it is … French.) And fell deeply in love with the Russian Prince.

From “Ines de la Fressange and the Russian Prince” page 198

 

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