The biggest fashion trade show in the industry is in full swing in Vegas as we speak. While MAGIC historically has been a show dedicated to connecting buyers and brands, blogging and social media have added a... Read More
Eventually, everything changes, and regardless of if we like it or not, we have to accept, and adapt. New York Fashion Week this February for the fall 2014 collections was certainly a test of that, with eve... Read More
Last week, I canceled my flight & plans for my sixth New York Fashion Week. Fresh off a week in Vegas as part of the WWDMAGIC official blogger team, I just didn't have it in me to pull together a full iti... Read More
Calling all fashion bloggers! If you're planning on attending Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York next season, you can now register for press credentials to attend events, presentations and shows. If you... Read More
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?
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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.