“I think there’s a place for it,” said the world-renowned photographer of the photo app.
Some might argue that, if the goal is to get people to check out the windows, showing them on Instagram is counter-intuitive.
And we don’t mean putting a Valencia filter on them.
Want more likes on Instagram? Start using the color blue.
Commenters were not pleased to see a paid post in their feeds today.
Marc Jacobs and Ex-Porn Star Boyfriend Harry Louis Announce Their Breakup: Louis Vuitton isn’t the only relationship Marc is splitting from this month. The designer’s now ex-boyfriend posted a shattered photo of the pair on Instagram with a tragic announcement.
Jessica Alba Leaves Brad Goreski: Speaking of fashionable breakups, why has Jessica Alba has split with stylist Brad Goreski?
Cara Delevingne Gets Mobbed: This video of Cara Delevingne’s basically near-death encounter with a stampede of crazy street style photographers and fans is our number one reason why fashion month isn’t all fun, games and swag bags.
Too. Much. Cute.
A few clever fashion brands are already selling stuff via Instagram. Here’s how.
Invent as many fancy fashion apps as you want, tech world. Instagram will always (okay, well, maybe not always) be the fashion crowd’s app of choice, and its influence has never been as prominent as it was during this past New York Fashion Week.
Not only was everyone posting Instagram pics of everything, at all times, but, at times, it almost felt like designers and producers actually had Instagram in mind while planning shows and presentations.