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Posted on March 25, 2015 by Margherita Nannuzzi

Star system is principally an image of the way in which stars live. Starting from Hollywood’s roaring twenties, film production company has begun capitalizing on the people’s dream to dress like the stars. In 1937 the entrepreneur Bernard Waldman instituted the Modern Merchandising Bureau, a society that purchased the reproduction fees of dresses worn by stars in the movies and put up them for sale in Cinema Fashions shops in 400 town of the United States. This society designed the clothes ensuring that, when the movie come out, were directly set in the stores. Bought for a few dollars, the imitations of Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford and Clara Bow’s costumes make millions of woman dream. Would Repetto ballet flat have had success, if Brigitte Bardot hadn’t worn in Roger Vadim’s movie? The “must have”of clothes, the little black dress (Lbd), was made famous by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany (Edwards, 1961) and designed by Givenchy; Nicole Kidman’s white singlet in Eyes Wide Shut (Kubrick,1999) became a symbol in female underwear. In the Internet’s age, fashion is more enjoyable and available. Big stars and famous actors lose their supremacy of  unique models of elegance.

In the new way of communication web 2.5 (a new experience in which interactive media content are realized directly by internet users, which share informations, videos, pictures about own personality), new figures stands out in the business of fashion: fashion bloggers, which profit by social media as Facebook and Instagram for imposing as icons of style and exploiting  fandom as a marketing instrument. 

We follow and we love fashion bloggers because they are “people like us”. We leave remarks on the web, because we are anxious of knowing informations about their dress or hair’s colour. In Italy Chiara Ferragni, Chiara Biasi, Giulia Gaudino and the youngest Chiara Nasti are already very famous and guests in some of the most important fashion catwalks. Emerging brand competed for publicizing their clothes, accessories and cosmetics, exploiting popularity of these young girls. Fashion bloggers are by now a source of inspiration for a comfortable style and a sophisticated look, frequently rather cheap.

Isn’t it true fashion bloggers are redefining the rules of fashion marketing?


Posted on March 24, 2015 by Gabriela Maria Vlad

“It often happens to me to discover people online and talk about them to my friends and see that, sooner or later, they get to become famous. I admire photographers, singers, movie makers, designers, architects, well.. you’ve got it… creative people. It might be my chance now to actually contribute to their launch.
But this is not about me, it’s about them and somebody already had a brilliant idea to bring them all together. The site is called and it’s definitely inspiring. Every artist is exposed in such a dreamy way, the camera lets you in their universe without even interfering. Each video is 1 minute long and seems more like a detailed introduction than a revealing story.

This is how they describe themselves: “The One Minute Wonder series is created by innovations-studio Present Plus. ‘Present Plus’ is a term that was coined a few years ago to define a new tense or moment in time that is somewhere between the present (now) and the future. A fundamental thought when founding our company. It’s about a point in time that the internet, cloud, and technology has made possible.
Technology allows people to obtain information and products faster and simpler than ever before, creating a point where the future is always within reach. Present Plus, as a company, wanted to be part of this movement and shape it. But with time being precious, we aimed to have equally precious stories be told in a time frame even the busiest people could digest. One Minute Wonders tells the story of others doing the same. They tell us to reach further.” Continue Reading →