Are YouTube subscribers the new Instagram followers?
Despite feeling othered as a curvy, queer, Middle Eastern woman, she used her blog to launch a killer career.
It takes only a few minutes, promise.
While sitting front row, shooting street style and wearing multiple outfits per day may seem frivolous, it's all part of a lucrative strategy — for both influencers and the brands with which they partner.
Plus, how Neiman Marcus is using the power of digital to build consumer loyalty.
A must-read roundup of our most popular stories of the week. You're welcome.
Because, yes, there is definitely a difference.
It's 2016. Do we really still need to go over this?
This teen blogger from Ireland went from outside observer to bonafide show goer in just a few seasons — and you can, too.
In the final episode of Chung's 2nd "Future of Fashion" series, Miss Man Repeller helps explain the blogger's changing role in the industry.
In what should come as a shock to no one, a substantial Instagram presence will do.
Here's how companies decide which street style stars get free swag.
Meet John Haro.
All of the week's top fashion news. Warning: Lots of Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian.
...And Tavi Gevinson, 17, scores yet another book deal.
"When my blog was four years old, an important fashion magazine came to me and asked me to be the editor-in-chief of its website," Doré told us with a smile. "I asked for a crazy salary because I thought they'd never give it to me, but when they made an offer, it was like, 'Oh, shit.'"
It's no secret that personal blogs--once thought to be the purview of online diarists and hobbyists--are serious businesses now. Bloggers not only command huge readerships--but they've also become celebrities in their own right, publishing books, starring in ads, collaborating on collections, and even hosting TV shows. Thanks to affiliate link programs, they're also making bank on all the products and brands they recommend on their site. The Internet might have scoffed at Scott Schuman when he recently said he makes "seven figures" off his blog--but, actually, that's not that hard to believe. So just how much money are bloggers making right now? We did a little digging to find out--and the short answer is: A sh*t ton.