Being closed on Monday provided me the perfect opportunity to sneak down to NYC to attend the Independent Fashion Blogger "Evolving Influence" conference. There were many difference types of bloggers and more best dressed contenders in one room than I could count. I really enjoyed listening to Clark Hoyt (Public Editor, New York Times
), Imran from The Business of Fashion
, and Jessica from What I Wore
discuss the ethics of blogging, each had such an interesting perspective, this is serious stuff folks!
But of course, fashion school is also a lot of fun: The most entertaining part of the day brought the girls from Fashionista.com, a most charming Bryanboy, precocious Tavi (who is a Style Rookie no more after so many front row seats at NYFW), Susie Bubble, and Street Peeper together (in the middle of fashion week) for a conversation on the future of blogging. It's no surprise that their online personalities translate so effortlessly into real life, they are authentic individuals who bring a unique voice to fashion.
took a cute picture of us! Amy (wearing Haberdash Vintage
), me in a black dress (big surprise) and Lei Ann
in a Glamourai necklace. To see so many of the people whose blogs I read, in one room, was surreal.
Labels: Fashion Week, news
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