With a greater general public interest in Fashion Week as an event, mainly due to its growing presence on blogs and social media, has it actually become more exclusive?
When did New York Fashion Week become Coachella, Deborah Needleman moves to T magazine, Sina Weibo has less censorship, and Tim Cook apologizes about Apple apps.
Bloggers work with brands on Twitter without pay, often times to gain exposure and more of a following. But what if the brand's following is fake?
From flash sale sites, to size scanning technologies, to trend curation, and beyond, a larger wave of the fashion world is now finally using apps, websites, and social media to refine traditional business models. So where do bloggers fit in?
How social media has ruined Fashion Week, VFiles launches, the Obama campaign teams up with designers, and more!
Recently, Burberry re-opened their flagship store in London's Regent Street, but this time with a digital approach -- then today, they held a tremendous live stream for London Fashion Week.
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.
Street style photography, once the online mecca of originality, spontaneity, and independence in fashion has now become an outdoor step-and-repeat, with sponsored outfits, brand placements, and pay-for-play deals for the trendy and internet-famous (mostly of the fashion blogger breed), according to an article published yesterday in the New York Times.