This is positively too cute (and too amazing) not to share! One of my favorite sites, The Coveteur, which takes us into the homes of some of the most coveted fashionistas and design is relaunching their site and to celebrate they produced this insanely adorbs video of their faux launch party with a mini A-list crowd including: Karl Lagerfeld and Chopette, Rachel Zoe, Anna Dello Russo, Brad Goreski, BryanBoy, The Man Repeller, Susie Bubble, Tommy Ton, Leigh Lezark, Hugh Hefner, Justin Bieber and even “Kimye” (Kim Kardashian & Kanye West) — as children! The ending with Anna Wintour and Grace Coddington is priceless!
Like everything you do, The Coveteur, well done and congratulations on the relaunch!
Lately, I’ve been having a lot of tweets and emails from new bloggers asking advice on how to grow their blog, work with brands and break into the social media world. And while I want to be as accessible as possible to my readers, it does get challenging finding the time to respond to every request and often find that much of the advice I have to offer can be found on the Independent Fashion Bloggers (IFB) website.
IFB is a really great resource for all levels of beauty or fashion blogger that needs advice or has question on how to navigate this world. They regularly post articles on how to grow your blog and have an extensive community of bloggers as resources. Additionally, twice a year IFB hosts a conference in NYC (in September and February) to examine the evolving influence of the online blogging community. They host a variety of speakers and panelists and it’s an excellent opportunity to ask the experts.
For beginner blogger it’s an especially worthwhile conference, for most of us mid-level bloggers it’s more of an opportunity to network. In any case, if you haven’t signed up with them (it’s free), you should!
For this years conference IFB hooked me up with Buyosphere, the platform that helps individuals, help their fellow virtual piers shop. You would simply go on their site and make a statement about what you’re looking for and then other members have the opportunity to comment on your question and give you advice. For instance if you saw someone on the street carrying a bag, you could take a picture asking the community where you can find something similar, or without an image you could pose a question like, “I’m looking for fun, patterned tights under $15, does anyone have any suggestions?” You get the idea… In between panelists, I tweeted with the bloggers in the room asking for their style wants as well as share their street style.
The whole experience was a lot of fun! Plus I got to meet some AMAZING bloggers like Emily from Cupcakes & Cashmere, BryanBoy and…