Traditional Fashion Magazines Dead? Fashion Bloggers on the Rise

Highlighted by Dena Tahmasebi on the BBC Online this week, we see that the traditional glossy magazines of the fashion world are feeling the pinch from the rise of thousands of bloggers worldwide for influence in the fashion Industry. The biggest distinct advantage is that their content and opinion can be posted online to gauge instant feedback from readers and showcase opinion on the products and showcases on show.

This has been true in several events in recent years and this is very much clear and apparent for this weeks London Fashion show. (click below for the full video report.)

via BBCNews

Also featured in todays edition of the Metro newspaper we see that Twitter teamed up with the Fashion Week show. This being a catwalk first, the social networking tie-in allowed users to tweet and photograph at the event to post on Twitter for the first look on all of this weeks new creations.

Source: MetroUK

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One Response to “Traditional Fashion Magazines Dead? Fashion Bloggers on the Rise”
  1. justin says:

    All I can say is wow. Love the ideas put forward in this post. Just goes to show that fashion can be anything that you want it to be

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