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    At first sight, social media influencer Noonoouri’s Instagram bio and follow count reads as your typical young, progressive influencer. She’s got over 400,000 followers on Instagram, describes herself as cruelty-free, and is also signed to IMG Models, one of the top modeling agencies in the world. She’s in fashion campaigns and has the wardrobe a million girls would die for, but amazing as she is, she isn’t real. This doesn’t mean not real in the sense of how influencers’ social media feeds are typically the most glamorous parts of their lives. Noonoouri is a virtual influencer, making her an AI product, so she is, in a sense, an imaginary friend come to digital life. While this might sound crazy to some, the fashion industry loves Noonoouri. She’s promoted products for major luxury brands, like Versace and Balenciaga. She’s even gone viral for wearing archival pieces from brands, including Alexander McQueen and Thierry Mugler. Then there’s Rae, a virtual influencer who has entered the fashion industry by wearing logoless pieces. To date, Rae has worn clothes for Nike, Rhude,...
    There comes a turning point in who gets to set the next trends and dominate the front rows of New York Fashion Week. For decades, it was the esteemed editors of top fashion magazines. Eventually, top department store buyers and stylists joined them. With the acceleration of the internet came the birth of the fashion blogger, with top fashion bloggers, like Bryan Boy and Chiara Ferragni, joining the esteemed ranks of the fashion industry elite on the front rows of Fashion Week. The era of the blogger evolved into the era of the Instagram influencer as Instagram took over as a top social media platform. Instagram also became the preferred social media platform of the fashion industry as it is a highly visual medium. Fashion, of course, is all about visuals. Now, with the next decade comes the next generation of influencers, and TikTok is in a rivalry with Instagram for who will claim the status over the fashion industry’s preferred social media platform. This war is glaringly in evidence at Fashion Month—as the front rows and who the...
    Celebrations were in full swing last night as two of London's fashion set prepared to tie the knot in a lavish ceremony in Mexico. D&G model Sabrina Percy, whose father Richard Percy is a second cousin of the 12th Duke of Northumberland, is among those expected at the wedding of Nina Brener-Hellmund and Freddie Briance this weekend.  Heiress Jemima Cadbury, who is looking ahead to her own big day in the near future, also made the journey from the UK, as has well connected journalist Natalie Salmon.  Last night, Nina and Freddie's guests were invited to a lavish pre-wedding celebration, which continued late into the night in Yucatán, southeastern Mexico. Images posted to social media captured attendees entering the venue to live musicians, before the bride and groom walked in behind two larger-than-live effigies of themselves. Celebrations were in full swing last night as two of London's fashion set prepared to tie the knot in a lavish ceremony in Mexico. Pictured: Guests at a pre-wedding party for Nina Brener-Hellmund and Freddie Briance Last night, the guests of Nina and Freddie (pictured...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more Fashion bloggers and influencers own a lot of clothes. It’s to be expected. Clothing is an integral part of their job, so to have a lot of it is almost mandatory. However, their industry normalizes owning and buying way too much of it, even when you don’t ‘need’ to for your career. It’s not sustainable, affordable, or realistic for most people, and it should be presented in that way.  Sponsored and Gifted Clothing  It’s these influencers’ job to have a ton of clothing because they make money off of owning and promoting so much of it. The reason they make so much money off of sponsored content is that it works. In fact, 17% of companies spend half of their marketing budget on influencers. That gives you an idea of the return they get each time they send an article of clothing to an influencer and pay them to style it. In a survey, 89% of companies agreed that influencer marketing ROI (return on investment) works better than other channels,...
    During a recent visit to Kandahar, the birthplace of the Taliban, she filmed herself eating pizza with her friends. But on August 14 she radically changed her tone and, for the first time, spoke about politics on her account: “I don’t like to show my sentences online, but I’m sick of all this,” she wrote. “My heart breaks when I see my land, my homeland slowly destroyed.” The next day, the Taliban fighters took Kabul, and he did not write again. Millions of Afghans, especially women and religious minorities, fear that their posts on social media could compromise them. Many remember the ultra-orthodox vision of Islamic law that the Taliban imposed during their previous rule, from 1996 to 2001. Women were forbidden to leave their homes without a male family companion, to work, to receive an education. The penalty for crimes such as adultery was whipping and stoning to death. With his 290,000 followers on Instagram and 400,000 on TikTok, Ayeda shadab she is a fashion icon for many young Afghan women. Every day he posted videos parading with the...
    For the first time in its history, the MET Gala will invite tiktokers. Photo: Jamie McCarthy / . After being canceled last year due to the health crisis caused by Covid-19, the MET Gala it will finally roll out its red carpet again next September. Anna Wintour, the British journalist who has directed Vogue magazine since 1988, she is the one who chooses the list of guests to the ceremony where they will wear their best and extravagant outfits, but this year there is controversy. As reported by various media such as Page Six, he is avoiding the most established players in the fashion industry in favor of younger stars in an effort to bring the event into the age of social media. We are talking about the so-called influencers, which in these times were benefited and won great popularity through platforms such as YouTube and the network of the moment: TikTok. The objective? Get the greatest possible impact and access new audiences. Addison Rae and Emma chamberlain are among those listed on the...
    The year 2021 is young, but the internet is already fixating on what's sure to be one of the most bizarre celebrity dramas of the year: the battle of the babies named Baby. In November, Australian model Jessica Hart and her NASCAR driver fiancé James Kirkham welcomed a daughter whom they named Baby — which apparently proved 'devastating' for Jessica's friend, fashion influencer Sasha Benz, who has a nearly three-year-old daughter named Baybi and accused Jessica of copying her. When social media users learned this week that two fashionstas were feuding over who could name their baby Baby thousands piled on the mockery, basking in the cringe-worthy squabble. Bad baby blood: Model Jessica Hart (left) and fashion influencer Sasha Benz (right) reportedly feuded when Jessica named her baby Baby — after Sasha had already named her baby Baybi Calling dibs? Sasha is a New York-based fashion influencer who owns Wyld Blue and Wyld Black in Montauk. In March 2018, she and DJ Oli Benz named their daughter Baybi Blue. TWO of them did it! Then in...
    Jeffree Star poses with a capuchin monkey to promote fashion brand Bananas Monkey. Jeffree Star/Instagram Fashion brand Bananas Monkey recently sent a baboon and capuchin monkey to the homes of Jeffree Star, James Charles, and other influencers to promote its clothing. Though it's unclear who created the fashion company, some people think controversial YouTubers Austin and Catherine McBroom of the Ace Family are behind it. People online are now arguing that the photos and videos exploit animals and encourage people to seek out wild species as pets that they can't properly care for. Debbie Metzler of PETA also told Insider that Bananas Monkey and the influencers promoting the brand are "helping to fuel" a "shady" industry that forcefully separates baby monkeys from their mothers to raise them as pets. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Influencers across the internet are facing backlash for "exploiting animals" by posing with two monkeys — one of which was on a leash — to promote a fashion company. Late last week, photos and videos showing influencers like Jeffree Star and James Charles...
    The English Court sponsors the largest face-to-face game of Fortnite among influencers in Spain, the game that triumphs worldwide. This is the first in-person edition in Spain of the tournament known as Fortnite Battle Royale where up to 100 Youtubers will compete tomorrow, June 22, within the framework of Gamergy activities, the largest e-sports event in Spain. This first face-to-face tournament is held after the success of last March 26 when a Fortnite game was organized for the first time between influencers led by ElRubius and which was broadcast exclusively through their YouTube channels. The competition kept 42 million unique viewers in suspense, who followed the outcome through the different channels that broadcast it live, adding a total of 25 million delayed views. The game became a worldwide trending topic. Fortnite Battle Royale will allow fans to get closer to experiencing the show first-hand, which will begin at 5:00 p.m. and will last until 9:00 p.m. and will star ElRubius, along with 99 more Youtubers, among which Lolito, Mangel, Alexby, Grefg stand out. , AlphaSniper, Ampeter,...
    Can you spare a square? We Press On Because Theres No Other Way: Running a Restaurant in Mexico City Under COVID-19 How Politicians Became 2020s Biggest Fashion Influencers It seems like several lifetimes ago that Michelle Obama shocked a public steeped in couture-clad First Ladies by rotating through a kaleidoscope of young designers—Thakoon and Jason Wu among them. In her Netflix documentary Becoming, Obama addresses the pressures that caused her to embrace clothing as part of her messaging. “Fashion for a woman still predominates how people view you, and that’s not fair, that’s not right. But it’s true,”she says. With her choices, Obama moved the needle, proving it’s possible to be a woman of substance and intelligence and still love style. © JUSTIN SULLIVAN/GETTY IMAGES; JARED SOARES; AP/SHUTTERSTOCK. Politicians like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi have become bona fide fashion icons. © Justin Sullivan Kamala Harris at San Francisco Pride in 2019. Now we have a vice-presidential candidate, Kamala Harris, who wields fashion choices like weapons in her arsenal. There was her denim jacket of rainbow colors,...
    3 people die in 6 days from climbing, hiking accidents in New Hampshire mountains Get free coffee, java deals Tuesday for National Coffee Day at Dunkin, Starbucks, Panera and more. See the list. Study Says Royals Are Trendsetters Just Like Influencers Click here to read the full article. © JWMAL2/ Mega Agency MILAN — They were once considered among the top trendsetters, then the influencers took over, but it now seems as if the royals are recovering lost ground. According to the Royal Fashion Report 2020, published Tuesday by fashion search platform Lyst, members of the royal families have more than one thing in common with influencers in terms of their fashion influence. More from WWDParis Spring 2021 Designer Inspirations Lyst analyzed consumption habits of more than 9 million users, as well as the number of followers and engagement rates for royals active on social media via partnership with DMR Group, which focuses on monitoring, tracking and analyzing data, communication activities and public relations strategies for leading brands worldwide. “The pandemic has accelerated a change of communication strategy for...
    Taylors family joins protesters in Louisville Early Walmart drone program pilots will deliver groceries and COVID-19 tests to customers. Heres everything you need to know about the retailers delivery trials. How Fashion Influencers Are Attending Milan Fashion Week Now Click here to read the full article. © Courtesy of Fendi When lockdowns began in March following worldwide coronavirus outbreaks and a resulting pandemic, fashion influencers had a dilemma. Though most managed to squeeze out the last bits of show appearances from a Paris Fashion Week that refused to shut down, the canceling of events and ensuing travel restrictions meant that most influencers were without a place in which to stage their carefully crafted street style and location photography. Add to it that brands were slashing marketing budgets left and right, and even those with the largest followings were struggling to find their usual income. Fast forward six months and brands have started to warm up to marketing budgets and influencer fees, just in time for fashion month. But with a U.S.-Europe travel ban still in place — and...
    U.S. court allows Trump to phase out immigrant humanitarian protections These 8 restaurant chains have filed for bankruptcy in 2020 in the wake of the pandemic. See the full list. Fashion influencers photoshoot amid California wildfires stokes outrage © Provided by INSIDER Colette LeClair matched her orange dress to the unsettling background in San Francisco. @coletteleclair_/Instagram Fashion blogger and influencer Colette LeClair is facing backlash for conducting a photoshoot on a beach in San Francisco — against the backdrop an orange-tinted sky amid ongoing wildfires.  A since-deleted viral tweet criticizing LeClair's decision to pose against a backdrop of devastating wildfires drew attention to the influencer's Instagram account. Outraged commenters called the influencer's post "grim" and "insensitive," while others came to her defense and argued that LeClair couldn't simply stop her content creation.  LeClair has since turned off comments on the post and updated her caption to clarify that she "loves" San Francisco and considered the ongoing wildfires to be "devastating." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Fashion blogger Colette LeClair is facing intense backlash for posting a...
    She hasn’t resorted to storing her shoes in the oven — yet. But flaunting her 500-square-foot Upper East Side apartment while surrounded by hundreds of designer shoes and handbags, Allie Provost has become TikTok’s Carrie Bradshaw. The lifestyle photographer and blogger has racked up more than 3 million views since posting a video tour — set to the jazzy “Sex and the City” theme song — in June of her pink abode: complete with display cases full of headbands and designer baubles, shelves of Chanel and Dior mini bags, a garment rack overflowing with colorful frocks and two 6-foot-tall wardrobes lined with candy-colored rows of shoes from designers like Jimmy Choo and Mia Becar. (At last count, she had 154 pairs.) “I definitely wanted to play into the Upper East Side Carrie fashionista fantasy,” said Provost of her viral video. “It’s a nod to the queen.” TikTok commenters took notice, with @savannahsteel writing, “I didn’t know Carrie Bradshow was on tik tok,” and @tarakellie posting, “Okay but this gives me SATC vibes and I’m living for it.” Or, as @rosieeposie...
    TikTok trends are more than just dance moves and funny videos. Now, users are getting their fashion inspiration right from their “For You” pages. The latest fashion trend is the unique revamping of the George Men’s “Regular Fit” jeans, available for only $10.44 at Walmart, otherwise known to TikTokkers as the infamous #WalmartJeans. Using different alteration methods, the women of TikTok are fashioning the baggy men’s denim to look up-cycled and ’90s vintage. Some users are altering their pair with unique sewing and cinching techniques, or destroying the denim to make it look distressed. Others are using shoelaces to tighten the waist without physically altering the pants. For under $11, there isn’t much on the line when it comes to attempting this new TikTok trend, even for people who may not be DIY fashion-inclined. Plus, with three different washes available at Walmart, there’s a shade of denim for any outfit. Light Wash @itsmaddyk walmart clothes r underrated 10/10 recommend! ps count how many times i kicked up my leg????‍♀️#walmartjeans #walmartclothes #stylingtips ♬ So Close – NOTD & Felix Jaehn...
    TikTok trends are more than just dance moves and funny videos. Now, users are getting their fashion inspiration right from their “For You” pages. The latest fashion trend is the unique revamping of the George Men’s “Regular Fit” jeans, available for only $10.44 at Walmart, otherwise known to TikTokkers as the infamous #WalmartJeans. Using different alteration methods, the women of TikTok are fashioning the baggy men’s denim to look up-cycled and ’90s vintage. Some users are altering their pair with unique sewing and cinching techniques, or destroying the denim to make it look distressed. Others are using shoelaces to tighten the waist without physically altering the pants. For under $11, there isn’t much on the line when it comes to attempting this new TikTok trend, even for people who may not be DIY fashion-inclined. Plus, with three different washes available at Walmart, there’s a shade of denim for any outfit. Light Wash @itsmaddyk walmart clothes r underrated 10/10 recommend! ps count how many times i kicked up my leg????‍♀️#walmartjeans #walmartclothes #stylingtips ♬ So Close – NOTD & Felix Jaehn &...
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