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Fashion Blogs 101

Beginning a business blog for your company is a quick and powerful way to increase traffic to your company’s website. Nearly every company that submits a post to their active blog can attract a targeted audience interested in the products, services or information the company provides or in my case fashion. Additionally, a business blog with well-written content can generate a higher ranking in search engines. The higher the rank, the more likely interested online users will be able to find the blog, that will lead them to the main site.

One of the main benefits of blogging specifically in the fashion industry is keep up with season’s trends and updates. The world of fashion blogs is of its own existence, today to count there are quoted to be “432,000” fashion blogs. However 71% of these blogs are independent individual opinion and the other 32% are linked to fashion Retail Company’s.

  • The Company Brand – It is important for every fashion/retail company to establish and expand their voice and brand and essentially their opinions. An effective, well-written blog is an easy way to develop a knowledgeable, “human” voice for the company. Creating a conversational tone is a simple way to promote the business brand and or designers. Blogging helps establish trust.
  • Customer Interactivity – Fashion Company bloggers create an inviting place to generate instant dialogue with their customers and clients or fans. It offers an intimate space where visitors can leave feedback and comment concerning the bloggers thoughts, ideas and content. The visitors can also share their own stories or comments and images about the successes or experiences of using the company’s products and services.

 

  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO) – Many companies use business blogging to optimize search engine results for their main website. Using strategies designed to enhance the rankings of searches; a company blog can validate and support their online website along with the blog itself. Companies that develop a blog that speaks directly to the services and products the business provides will verify the online presence of both sites.
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Vancouver Fashion Week 2013

Vancouver Fashion Week!

Vancouver Fashion Week – Fall Winter 2013

Posted on:

March 13, 2013

Contact:
info@vanfashionweek.com
778-996-2200

About:
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA- Vancouver Fashion Week is a multi-day event showcasing award winning local and international designers from global fashion centers, twice a year.

VFW was established over 12 years ago and is positioning itself to be the world leader in the emerging designer industry, elevating the event to be one of the most prestigious shows on the global fashion calendar. This March, Vancouver Fashion Week will showcase over 50 local and international designers.

Attended by VIP’s, professionals, buyers, consumers and media, Vancouver Fashion Week is a unique and exciting opportunity for promotional, marketing, sales and notoriety. We invite you to attend the 2013 Fall/Winter season this March and assist us with the search for the world’s next hot designer!
Details:

• March 19th – March 24th
• Location – The Four Seasons Hotel (Four Seasons Hotel)
• Tickets $25+HST available online or at the door
• Time: 5:00pm – 9:00pm (weekdays), 4:00pm – 8:00pm (Saturdays & Sundays)

Pre-Approved Quote:

“ Stage was set for a big leap and the brigade of young designers, including Samant Chauhan and Rahul Mishra, caught the buyers’ attention with their collections that have the desi themes made with Indian textiles and weaves.”

Fashion and Product Placement

A whole new world….

As you may have read through my past few posts, I am very interested in fashion and anything including fashion as well
exercising different avenues that are un-expected.

The article I choose is called “All the Presidents Shoes; Inaugural Product Placement. I featured this article because it was super interesting to me and just how widely spread people in the fashion industry are and how they work in all forms.

After reading this article, I have come across a lot of different articles that have been written about this topic including how Barak Obama was voted as one of the best dressed men in 2012. Extremely fascinating to me. Is this as interesting to my readers? and if so, specially men, did you ever look at the president for fashion icon, or ladies for your gent?

Enjoy!

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-01-17/all-the-presidents-shoes-inaugural-product-placement

Fashion – Product Placement

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A whole new world….

As you may have read through my past few posts, I am very interested in fashion and anything including fashion as well
exercising different avenues that are un-expected.

The article I choose is called “All the Presidents Shoes; Inaugural Product Placement. I featured this article because it was super interesting to me and just how widely spread people in the fashion industry are and how they work in all forms.

After reading this article, I have come across a lot of different articles that have been written about this topic including how Barak Obama was voted as one of the best dressed men in 2012. Extremely fascinating to me. Is this as interesting to my readers? and if so, specially men, did you ever look at the president for fashion icon, or ladies for your gent?

Enjoy!

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-01-17/all-the-presidents-shoes-inaugural-product-placement

Top 10 Fashion Trends For Spring 2013

The year is just zooming by and what’s on every fashionista`s mind, what’s upcoming and must haves for spring 2013. From all the street style and runway updates, I will feature what my fashion must have’s are, and what has caught my eye from all my fashion creeping over the past few months.

  1. CARTOON GRAPHIC TEES
  • Graphic prints stole the street style show at Spring 2013 fashion week, but that doesn’t mean designers weren’t on the same page. Marc Jacobs use Mickey Mouse on crop tops. Safe to say there will be some graphic content in the spring timeImage.
  1. BARE MIDRIFF
  • You better be ready to bare it all in the spring because the crop top reigned supreme on the runways. Fitted bralettes were spotted in Toronto at Pink Tartan as well as in Paris at Miu Miu, making it a look to watch out for. Sit ups start…now.Image
  1. FILING SUITS
  • The suit was huge during Fall 2012 Fashion Week and the trend has carried on into the spring. Instead of geometric prints, designers have opted for more monochromatic takes on the power suit and made them in bold colours to punch up the loo.Image
  1. MIXED PRINTS
  • Mixed prints is often one of the most feared fashion risks, that’s why we see dare devil taking risks.Image
  1. MONOCHROMATIC
  • Tone on tone looks kept popping up in street style photos as well as many runways.Image
  1. OUT THERE ACCESSORIES
  • Accessories on the Spring 2013 runways were unmissable. From the out of this world Hoola Hoop bag at Chanel to the furry slipper shoes at Celine to the toe socks at Prada– were shown that accessories are major for Spring. Image
  1. PEEK A BOO
  • If baring your midriff isn’t an ideal Spring trend for you (we’re with you) then the sheer trend may be better. From see through bags at Burberry to geometric square heels at Balenciaga, the peek a boo trend is an easy one to embrace.Image
  1. SEEING RED
  • Carrying on with the monochromatic look, designers and street stylers were seeing red. The bold colour stood out on the runways and caught the eye of street style photographers.Image
  1. SIXTIES
  • There was a definite blast from the past on the Spring runways–Marc Jacobs brought back Edie Segwick and Joe Fresh created clothing for a 60s astronaut girl. The 60s will be alive again in 2013.Image
  1. STRUCTURE
  • Continuing on with the structure that we saw in the Fall, structure is still going strong. Full skirts and sharp exaggerated line on jackets will be carrying us on straight into next fall, we’re sure.Image

I Digg New York Fashion Week

I have chosen this article to Digg on New York Fashion Week…. http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/02/08/uk-travel-newyork-fashion-idUSLNE91701G20130208

There is just so much to say, read, talk about when it comes to New York Fashion week, I have decided to focus my post on this article specifically because I found it give the best description as if you are really there. Being able to read and walk through as if it was you.

For many fashion lovers including myself, being able to attend New York Fashion week would be a dream come true. However for now I’m am content living through TV specials and update via internet. I want to feature the Zac Posen show, as he is one of my favorite American designers. He focused and featured “ready to wear” fashion straight from the runway and i could not agree more. The mixture of colours, depth of textures and the pairings are just out of this world remarkable. If I had to suggest taking something away from my post, it would be to mix match. This season is all about mixed patterns and colours don’t be afraid to switch things up. What you got to lose.   http://www.elle.com/runway/ready-to-wear/fall-2013-rtw/zac-posen/collection/#slide-1ImageImageImage

Transparency in Fashion

To be honest this has been something within the fashion industry that I’ve always thought about, not to mention the age old argument of quality over quantity. I’m talking about the quality of products, fabric and where items are made. The lack of detail released by fashion brands about

The people who actually make our clothes and the methods used in production have long been a bone of contention for ethical campaigners. But as fashion’s environmental and humanitarian impact comes under increased scrutiny – both in the press and within the trade itself – some labels are adopting a refreshingly open approach to transparency.

For example “Rapanui” is one such organisation. The young company has been attracting attention with its ‘traceability’ map – a tool that gives shoppers an interactive way to see the story behind their clothes. By typing a garment code into the “Rapanui” website, customers can follow the trail of that item on a map, from seed to shop. It offers information on the fabric used, the working conditions in the field, the ethical credentials of the factory involved, manufacturing and transportation. The full working map went live in April last year, and provides traceability for every stage of the production process for every single product “Rapanui” sells – something the founders believe is a world first.

But of course after giving this example, I visited the website to see for myself. Yes this is a genius way to understand and truly grasp the concept of where from and what you are putting on your body and feeling confident you are not supporting any such establishment as a sweatshop.

However and going back to the topic, this site is successful and popular with their consumers because they are open and honest as to where they consume their products all the way down to the entire process. Not to mention the ethical credentials of each stage of the process are verified through the use of certifications such as the Global Organic Textiles Standards and organisations such as the Far Wear Foundation.

It’s funny we purchase clothes for a bunch a different reasons, but have you ever stopped to think where the product was made and what you are actually placing on your skin, or what challenges came in order for you to wear……..

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I have decided to dedicate my blog to be all about fashion…. why you ask…well I’m going to tell you. Not because I’m a women, nor because I like to spend buckets of money or because I enjoy spending hours randomly strolling the mall, I’ve choose fashion because fashion has chosen me. I have learned […]