It's all street style stars and techy types in J.Crew's latest ad campaign, which includes David Karp, the founder and CEO of Tumblr, and Julia Sarr-Jamois, fashion editor for Wonderland, and more.
While social media can be an excellent and innovative way to market yourself or a brand, sometimes we forget that it can be fun too.
What if you could mold together your favorite things about social media and shopping online into one platform that facilitates both commerce and inspiration? Well, that's the idea behind the month-old (and majorly hyped) digital social market place, The Cools.
Samantha Lim knows quite a bit about the business of blogging. She's helped spearhead the transition FashionIndie.com, now a go-to site for those wanting a the scoop on trends and news in the industry, from a blog that was originally founded by Daniel Saynt (who now runs Socialyte.co).
The Paris premiere of 'Dark Knight Rises' is cancelled due to the Colorado attack shootings, Zooey Deschanel is already planning her nail art for the Emmys, the Asian luxury market might sputter, Vivienne Westwood cares about climate change, and more.
Revlon goes digital with their new campaign, a description of Hedi Slimane's first collection for YSL, when fashion interns strike back, and more!
Is social media starting to imitate real life? Recently, the BBC reported that 90% of US traffic on Pinterest are white, and that Tumblr had a higher than average percentage of Asian American users.
The copying and pasting curse has hit the fashion blogosphere hard. With sites like Tumblr and Pinterest, and the actions of reblogging, repinning, reuploading, etc., the "source" of any given image or text is completely lost.