The Three Most Surprising Things About Danielle Bernstein’s New York Times Profile

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They say it's not news until it's in The New York Times, and if that's true, Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What has officially arrived.

Bernstein has been in the news a lot recently, including an article in Harper's Bazaar that revealed she can receive up to $15,000 per Instagram photo, and another in that same publication that the wrote herself setting the record straight on how bloggers make money. Plus Allure featured her in a recent spread alongside Aimee Song of Song of Style.

Now, the esteemed newspaper has profiled Bernstein in its Fashion & Style section, and they revealed several interesting and surprising points about her mini empire:

1. She will soon launch travel (We Went Where) and food (We Ate What) brands, following her recent Men's (He Wore What) and interior (Home Wore What) efforts.

2. She is creative director for a club in the Meatpacking District of NYC called Nighty Night.

3. We Wore What is still a small team of just four including herself, a photographer, a project manager and an intern—but we have a feeling she'll be growing that posse a la The Blonde Salad sooner rather than later!

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  1. heathernoire89

    Cool post. I don’t think you have officially arrived by a post in The New York Times. What makes us arrived as bloggers, designers, models, and writers, is our constant talents and thriving for the spirit of our craft. That to me shows we have arrived. Otherwise, really enjoyed reading this feature. xx

  2. Anastasia

    I’m truly happy for her. I like her style (especially in 2013-14 years) and blog. I think she deserve all she has.