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5 cuentas de periodismo de moda que tienes que seguir

Susanna Lau (Crédito; Getty Images) – Publicidad – En el pasado, el periodismo de moda era algo poco accesible (y publicado). Pero con la llegada de las revistas digitales e Instagram, leer este tipo de periodismo nunca fue tan fácil (a eso nos dedicamos en elle.mx ). Tanto que puede llegar a ser agobiante con tantas publicaciones por minuto. Por eso te presentamos las 5 cuentas que no solo publican fotos bonitas, sino también extractos de crítica, reportaje y opinión.

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Robin Givhan La ganadora de un premio Pulitzer escribe para The Washington Post con un eje político, social y cultural. La crítica es su fuerte y te ayudará a ver la moda más allá de “las 15 faldas que necesitas esta temporada “. En cada uno de sus artículos demuestra el poder, la influencia e incluso los problemas de la industria en el día a día.

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“For any man to bungle white-tie dress — something so regimented, so steeped in tradition, so well-documented — he must be a man who doesn’t bother with the details, who doesn’t avail himself of ready expertise, who refuses to be a student of history or even of Google. White-tie attire is more science than art. The fit of the tailcoat is just so. Great flapping yards of the white waistcoat are not meant to hang below the jacket. The sleeves should not stretch to the base of the thumb. The jacket is not to be buttoned. And so on. White tie is fact-based. One cannot fudge it. One does not make white-tie decisions based on one’s gut, lest one end up with the gut overly exposed. The president’s iteration of white tie at the state banquet at Buckingham Palace was, in a word, a mess. The waistcoat was too long and too tight. The tailcoat did not fit. The trousers were voluminous. And the man himself looked so ill at ease in the whole unfortunate kit that his awkwardness loomed over him like Pig-Pen’s dust cloud.”

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Publicidad

BOF El enfoque es económico, pero muy fácil de leer, entender y seguir. Encontrarás todo tipo de breaking news , te presentarán figuras emergentes de la moda e incluso de la belleza. Aunque una advertencia es que, si quieres meterte mucho en los artículos, el tono es serio y parte del contenido tiene paywall , o sea, tienes que pagar una subscripción para poder acceder.

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Everyone knows the scene toward the beginning of the iconic ‘90s movie #Clueless, when Alicia Silverstone's character, Beverly Hills high school student Cher Horowitz, scrolls through her virtual wardrobe, which helps her pick the perfect #outfit. For the last 25 years, start-ups and brands have tried, and largely failed, to create this technology in real life. Now another venture, EditorialistYX, is taking a crack at the digital closet. Its backers say consumers crave a more-personalised #ecommerce experience.⁠ ⁠ Indeed, a survey of fashion executives by BoF and McKinsey found last year that personalisation is the biggest trend driving fashion businesses. What's more, over 70 percent of US consumers expect some kind of personalisation element from #onlineshopping destinations, according to a Linkdex survey. It therefore comes as no surprise that some companies are even building their entire business model around the concept, whether it’s Stitch Fix’s personalised style recommendations or Rent the Runway’s stream of clothing suggestions.⁠ ⁠ But is personalisation enough to succeed in a very competitive space? And can virtual closets ever catch on? Read Chavie Lieber's latest feature to judge for yourself. [Link in bio] ⁠📷: @shutterstock

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Suzy Menkes Un must para enterarte sobre todo lo que pasa durante el mes de la moda, especialmente en las pasarelas. Aunque podrías pensar que está visto a través del ojo de Vogue , la escritora tiende a presentar críticas objetivas y puntales sobre el estado de la moda.

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The other side of the Champs Elysees! Vetement, the subversive brand, presented its latest show at what the French call McDo’s!

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Susie Bubble Muchos la tachan de ‘ influencer ’, sin embargo, la inglesa Susie Lau tiene un contenido muy puntual y objetivo. Habla desde el corte y la confección de las piezas hasta los aspectos sustentables de la industria de la moda. ¿Aún mejor? Todas las fotos y su estilo te van a animar a usar piezas eclécticas y divertidas.

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After months of cruise-ing, surrounded by Becky’s with the good hair and terrifyingly manicured good taste (Bottega! Balenciaga! Old Celine! Insta gold!) with perfect shadows cast on their never ending legs, and magical shows in opulent/mega settings immersed in sunsets and drama… I’m ready to bury myself with flat grey skies, hair that musses and messy vintage jumble Not a complaint by the way. Just a thought for Monday…

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WWD Piénsalo como la versión pop-culture de BOF, aunque esto no significa que el periodismo no sea serio y formal. Sino que toma en cuenta la complejidad cultural y la importancia de las celebs dentro del mundo de la moda. Encontrarás de todo, desde noticias exclusivas hasta reseñas de alfombras rojas

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“Everything I say about the clothes is that Herrera is an anti-normcore brand. It’s color and beauty. We are not a minimalist house. This space should reflect that, too,” Wes Gordon tells WWD’s Bridget Foley of the new Carolina Herrera flagship on Madison Avenue. Swipe for more photos of the radiant, joyful store. 📸: @masatoonoda #wwdnews #carolinaherrera #wesgordon

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