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The Year in Style – Fashion Bloggers Horn In on Elle and Vogue – NYTimes.com

Her feet, in designer stockings, did not quite touch the ground.

Sure, magazines and newspapers have started their own blogs and tweets, but reading them, you often sense a generational disconnect, something like the queasy feeling of getting a “friend” request from your mother on Facebook. (From Glamour.com: “Dating Tips: Why It’s Important to Get That Number.”)

Oh now, don’t misunderstand. She was totally adorable. You could have gobbled her up, with her goofy spark plug style — a Peggy Guggenheim for the Tweeting tween set.

The Year in Style – Fashion Bloggers Horn In on Elle and Vogue – NYTimes.com

Because once they write something on the Internet, it’s never coming down. And it’s the first thing a designer is going to see.

The Year in Style

Bloggers Crash Fashion’s Front Row

Fashion Bloggers take Front Row

Other sites have gained credibility along with traffic. Fashionista.com had 103,512 unique visitors in November, and Fashionologie.com had 27,125, according to the online tracking agency Compete. Jezebel.com (a saucy blog that includes coverage of fashion) shot ahead of Style.com (the Condé Nast fashion site) for the first time this fall with more than a half-million visitors. These are considered large audiences for dispatches on such trivial developments as models refusing to wear Alexander McQueen’s crazy shoes or that such-and-such designer is looking for an intern.

NOT everyone thought it was adorable in September when a 13-year-old wunderkind blogger named Tavi was given a front-row seat at the fashion shows of Marc Jacobs, Rodarte and others.

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The Year in Style – Fashion Bloggers Horn In on Elle and Vogue – NYTimes.com.

15 thoughts on “The Year in Style – Fashion Bloggers Horn In on Elle and Vogue – NYTimes.com

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  4. Thanks too-much-capture and his/her respectful obedient pupil for your constructive comment . I am a non-creative person so failed to write original post and always copied something. My weaknesses are in the following disabilities which I must improve.
    I am sorry that I could not be Newton or Einstein or Galileo, or Columbus or Washington or Laxmi Prasad Devkota, or BhanuBhakta, or Kabi Siromani Lekhanath Poudel, or Rudra Raj pandey, or LainSingh Bangdel or Anju Pant or Ram Krishna Dhakal, or, Barac Obama, or George Bush, or Khomeni, or cnn or bbc or nytimes or , youtube, twitter, or facebook, or typepad, or everest, uncensored, or google or yahoo or msn hotmail or , Larry, or java, or , c or c++ or , oracle or mssql server.
    I could not be the fashion icon, idol, model, neither could I become cricket star Sachin Tendulkar, or bill gates, or bill clinton, or hillary’s assistant, or , Vogue Talent or Elle Talent or blogger like Tommy Ton or D&G or Gap.
    Therefore, with two of fellow bloggers’ discretion and advice ,
    I promise that I will try to capture less,
    but pray that GOD gives me talent enough like those all mentioned in above Stanza.

  5. too-much-capture you are right. He has done unjust by capturing too much. But, Blogging is the essense of giving too much isn’t it? have you seen twitter and facebook coms, and why they are doing so much , coz, they want more and more knowledge to be flown onto them so other sites too benefit from them.
    Anyway, I respect your “ends up making this look like someone’s Facebook Links page. I believe EU was meant to be a blog site where authors could share their original work, not a link tracker. Thank you.
    It is a hard dose to lava kafle the worst blogger of the world who “quite a few of us that come to EU in search of original creations ” quoting you friend, ”
    and thanks for hating facebook as myself is like the one.
    You post something natural thanks.
    I will comment you.
    even google yahoo and microsoft have their vision on sharing things beliefs, ideas, passion, encompassing inner human desire, and most of all news, but I salute your humble feeling that too much of those is not good.
    have you been to typepad.?
    Like everestuncensored’s capture facility produced by some best programmer, so to honor him the hellish or heavenly or naughty or good whatever, that fellow you named , the Voldermort who should not be named, must have been using the tool.
    OK, typed allows to use blog it tool similar to your EU. typepad had this facility long after many years. your everest un cen sored had that facility long by best software developer many years before even tweet or typepad or open avatar was born.
    thank you for hating that too much capturing guy who publicizes the hellish facebook that is ruining millions of lives, but you also need to be technically advanced fantastic technocrat, beaureaucrat and autocrat in your decision making.

  6. Dear Lava Kafle, I humbly request you to stop or at least reduce the number of these “captures”. There are quite a few of us that come to EU in search of original creations – your “captures”, while some of them are pretty interesting, ends up making this look like someone’s Facebook Links page. I believe EU was meant to be a blog site where authors could share their original work, not a link tracker. Thank you.

  7. Thank you “SHRINGAR SHI” of Facebook com.Please improve Nepali fashion Standards. I have become your fan already. I also know about shringar com np seen in your link. But it is not for ruining Nepalese fashion or model or beauty industry as we also equally are fan of Nepali models. We also want our Nepalese or nepali or nepal glamor industry to reach international standards. thank you for commenting and looking the bloggers in international markets of fashion like: Tommy Ton, Jak & Jil , D &G that you use most, Ms. Doré, Bryan Boy , I saw you once in Gap, Tavi . In Nepal too you should be doing like “Vogue and Vanity Fair ” and :Teen Vogue”. Read a comment from them. Alexander McQueen is also best to wear.
    So, Please improve Nepali fashion Standards.


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  10. Are Ms. Doré, Bryan Boy doing brisky business? Yes the best fashion designers in world.

  11. Is it possible that Jak & Jil, Gap, Tavi Combined together and describe Teen Vogue as “curious and Ms. Gevinson’s fans as an example of the tension between old media and new, when one leapfrogs ahead of the other.discerning.” Vogue and Vanity Fair is best in fashion design. Alexander McQueen is also best to wear.

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