F. Scott Fitzgerald

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    During his trip to Seoul, Colin Marshall discovered something unexpected. Before novelist Haruki Murakami became an international literary giant, he was a brand writer for apparel company Onward Kashuyama. But he wasn’t just cranking out traditional ad copy—he was writing branded fiction. In 1985, Onward launched a campaign to market their U.S. apparel brand J. Press.

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