Conde Nast hires their first African-American EIC, Target uses social media to drive sales, and Calypso launches Pinterest ambassadorship.
The best (and most ridiculous) moments of NYFW, Style.com is heading to the Middle East, Topshop uses the power of digital and Facebook, and Google released a short video filmed entirely by glasses with Diane von Furstenburg.
Giorgio Armani's move to China, Tavi Gevinson is coming out with a yearbook for Rookie, Iris Apfel is starring in a biopic documentary, and more!
Forbes has released their annual list of "The World's 100 Most Powerful Women," and alongside political hot shots like Angela Merkel and tech savvy ladies like Marissa Mayer, there's a few gals in the fashion industry that made the list.
Leandra Medine, Karlie Kloss, Coco Rocha, and more take a trip down memory lane with the House of Style documentary, Pinterest announced Wednesday that it began open registration, and more!
If you really think about it, the digital age has infiltrated the runways so much that they are now trying to create ways to make it easier to experience the shows in person without worrying about how fast you can upload your photo. Talk about a digital fashion paradox! But how did it get to this point, and where will it go from here?
Most of Cone Nast's salaries don't really surprise me (yes, there are people only bringing in $25k a year while working at Vogue), but I wondered how bloggers' incomes stacked up next to these coveted editorial positions.
Do you know your fashion blogger history? Our community has been rapidly changing over the past couple years -- so fast, in fact, that we've barely had time to take a look back at our progression. In honor of our 7th IFB Con (can you believe it!? 7!!), here's brief peek at how bloggers have evolved thus far, a la timeline format.