The IFB Complete Guide to NYFW Blogging

It's about that time of year where we all start going bananas, crazy, and yet freakishly overwhelmed with joy. New York, London, and Paris Fashion week are all coming up and it can be overwhelming for fashion bloggers. Coverage can be a tricky thing. How do I get into shows? Who am I emailing? How do I make a press kit? Do I need a new camera? I'm not very sociable, what do I do? How do I approach popular designers?  How can I improve my blog? Should I blog for free? Can I contribute posts to a magazine for fashion week? You will probably have a ridiculous amount of questions floating in your head, especially if you haven't been blogging for long.

 

We try to cater to our community here at IFB. If we see a problem in the social media space we write about it, the same way if we notice fellow bloggers are having a problem, we write about it as well. We've noticed via Twitter, Facebook and emails you've all had some interesting questions about Fashion Week. We think taking a look back at some of our most popular posts will help answer any questions you may have.

 

Take a look at the links below. Read them, practice them, and you'll eventually see the results before your eyes. I think you will find them extremely helpful for covering New York Fashion Week and events in general EVEN if you can't be there in person.

 

Let us know if we missed something and by all means, feel free to post a link that you might have found helpful in the past.

 

The IFB Complete Guide to NYFW Blogging:

 

 

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7 Responses

  1. Marcia

    Quick question: I live in New York City and I study at a high school which is practically right next to Lincoln Center. Would it be wise to ask for fashion week invites, even though my blog is not very famous or I am just a freshman in high school? Thanks 🙂

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  2. ella

    This is the best freaking link list I’ve seen in a while! awesome thank u!

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  3. barak

    It is so good to have a community who support you when the time needed, thank you!

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  4. hannamay

    Thank you for this very useful guide of yours, this could really help…Nice photo..

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