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How to Write About Fashion Week – When it’s Not Fashion Week

Fashion week is such a thrilling, high adrenaline, exciting, BUT EXHAUSTING event, that often times, I can’t really process it, and provide thoughtful, original, in-depth coverage, until afterward. That way, I can review all of the shows, silhouettes, trends, and the like,  …

By: Julia DiNardo November 5, 2013

Links à la Mode: The IFB Weekly Roundup

Fashionista Problems Solved No one is immune to fashion problems. So why take them so seriously? Cue side-eye and say, “Puh-lease, as if!” No really, whether it’s what your friend says when you’re trying on a new trend, or determining if you’re …

By: Jennine Jacob October 17, 2013

Links à la Mode: The IFB Weekly Roundup

Making the Effort Making the effort every day has been on my mind lately. It’s fall, the typical time for dressing up. Fashion Month opens the floodgates to trendy people. And while, life may have other things in store for you: unusually …

By: Jennine Jacob October 10, 2013

Fashion on the Pun: 3 Ways to Awe Your Audience with Wordplay

Open any fashion magazine and it’s stock loaded with wordplay. Stories titled, “Into the Wild” for animal prints, “Chain Gang” for necklaces, trend pieces that lead off with “Enlist army green and black for your fall uniform…” (Bazaar, Sept 13).  I’d say …

Instyle, September 2013
By: Jennine Jacob September 27, 2013

Links a la Mode: The IFB Weekly Roundup

Falling for Fall Fashion Week, September Issues, Back to School (or just back to work) Shopping… Nothing is hotter than September for fashion. Even though fashion week’s clothes don’t hit the stores until next year, seeing the trends on both the runways …

By: Jennine Jacob September 19, 2013

3 Tips to Make the Move From Blogger…to Print Publication Writer

If you discovered that you really love writing, and are quite good at it, why not expand your journalistic aspirations beyond the blog? By expanding your reach to a different audience and platform, namely, a print format, can prove to be good …

By: Julia DiNardo September 10, 2013

Five Things I Learned in 20 Seasons of Fashion Week

This spring/summer 2014 collection marks 20 seasons/10 years of covering fashion week (yikes, I feel old!), so, if I may dare say, I may be a “seasoned pro” at this juncture. What’s the point though, of learning all of the nuances of …

By: Julia DiNardo September 3, 2013

Four Ways to ReThink Fashion Week This Season

This particular round of New York Fashion Week, for the spring/summer 2014 season marks a few noticeable voids in the calendar; there is no Independent Fashion Bloggers Conference (IFBCON) and no Fashion’s Night Out (FNO) kicking off the week, robustly filling out …

By: Julia DiNardo August 27, 2013

IFB Project Roundup: Lipstick Lovers

If you’re ever feeling blue, nothing will pick you up like putting on red lipstick. It’s true! Even for a moment, it really works! This week’s project had really submissions, and more importantly the love for these little tubes. When it comes …

By: Jennine Jacob August 16, 2013

IFB Project Roundup #99: Post a Tutorial

Believe it or not, I learn how to do most everything from the internet. If it’s not directly on the internet, I find the offline resource from the web. Tutorials are some of the most searched types of content, because like me, …

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By: Jennine Jacob June 14, 2013