Fashion week is fast approaching and the menswear shows in Milan are just six days away. The fashion world is on edge ready to react to whatever the designers choose to show on the runways across the world and bloggers are no exception.
Each blogger has their own reason to start blogging but deep down, everyone wants to become a successful blogger. The chance to get an exclusive interview with your favourite industry insider, to be seen at press days for huge fashion brands and of course, receiving that golden ticket which will allow you access to the most coveted show at fashion week. These are all the perks people dream about when they start blogging.
As my most dedicated followers will know, I am a huge fan of Dolce&Gabbana's online magazine Swide. Its stunning editorials, fascinating interviews and killer industry hints and tips draw me in time and time again and I cannot help but be a fan. It is no surprise that today I found myself browsing through their archive of features only to come across some hidden gems: blogging guides!! Yes...I repeat, blogging guides.
Dolce&Gabbana are know to be at the forefront of the social media revolution and because of this, they have teamed up with the world's most successful bloggers to bring you advice on blogging your way to the top along with an insight into the life of the industry's top bloggers.
Katelovesme's Pelayo Diaz teams up with Swide to share his tips on promoting yourself through digital media
Ok, so the next video does not offer advice but it is a catchy tune and if you listen carefully to the lyrics, you will find that what were once small names are now global phenomenons...One day that could be you!
Are bloggers considered fashion editors and should they get front row seats at fashion week? Surely this argument will raise it's ugly head again this season...who will be the first to mention it?
These are just a few of the videos I have watched today but you can find more videos and articles relating to blogging on the Swide website http://www.swide.com/luxury-magazine