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Design and Tailor: Fashion and Social Media

In the past, the fashion world has been elite and untouchable. The everyday person only caught glimpses through magazine ads and exclusive articles from the arts and leisure section. Fashion designers and their lifestyles were a complete mystery. Social media is finally catching up with the fashion industry, transforming the elite world of high fashion […]

The Impact of Twitter on Communication

Over the series of posts, I have discovered the importance of social media on organizations, with its growing impact in the fashion industry. Social media has established a role as a uniting force between brands and their customers by opening up communication and breaking down the formal structure of conversation in a previously elitist community. […]

What to Remember – Fashion and Social Media

The importance of having a social media presence has been proven time and time again throughout this project. Learning what to do once you have established the social media page(s) is just as important. This blog has outlined the process and offered some techniques for making your business’ social media endeavors as successful as possible. […]

Videography: An Imperative Investment

Videography is the newest social media tool that fashion designers and bloggers are using. The cost of creating a video and sharing it around the web is low compared to other traditional advertising methods. Motion pictures and lookbooks are slowly becoming more visible in fashion collections. Red Square Visual Arts, a Florida-based fashion video production […]

Collaboration is Key

Bloggers really are an important tool for the fashion industry. Fashion week, label and brands, designers – bloggers are going to write about you whether you interact with them or not. But as social media and the blogging world continue to grow, the impact bloggers have on their audiences does as well. Creating a mutual […]

Lessons learned: Photo-sharing

This blog focuses on the practices of social media and how fashion designers are utilizing Web 2.0. There has been a lot information and discussion regarding general practices, specific examples and technologies and examples of specific fashion designers.  It is important to reflect and note important lessons learned.  One of these lessons is that sharing […]

Old Spice’s New Image

P&G wanted to transform the Old Spice brand into a good that millennials would use, and not just see it as a product for their dads and grandfathers. In order to access this technologically savvy audience, Old Spice needed to go social. Cash-Strapped Millennials Curate Style via Social Media focuses on the differing mindset of […]