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Changing fashion and there impacts on students

Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. For better or for worse remains to be seen but there is evidence abound that the industry has gone through a transformation because of social media and one that may last forever as we become more and more technology dependent.

The traditional gatekeepers of the industry were well trained editors and experienced designers but that seems to be changing lately.

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Allurefor instance, pushed out its founding editor of 24 years in 2015 and the position was handed to a younger, digitally-accustomed editor and more space was created for writers with greater online experience.

That shift is happening because major fashion houses understand the very real influence of social networking sites and the blogosphere on the customer.

  • Due to the makeup and type of clothes they wear, children and teenagers look older than they really are;
  • The market is so saturated with new bloggers wanting to break into the industry that one blogger, Rachel Lynch, disclosed in a new study, that a company that used to pay her asked her to do a new promo but this time without compensation for her services;
  • Encouraging young girls to look and dress older than their age can lead to many problems;
  • Google is launching a new program to allow brands themselves to control what consumers see first in search results specially around the time of prominent events like Fashion Week;
  • Professional dress, one study found, increases abstract thinking and gives people a broader perspective.

Market research firm Mintel released a report last year in which they discovered that more than 35 percent of millennial women in America say social media is one of the top influencers when making clothing purchases.

So who is behind online media? Chiara Ferragni is one such blogger who started her fashion blog in 2009 while still at law school and was named as the blogger of the moment by Vogue two years later. She has no known background in fashion but her social media credentials are significant. Success, however, is rare in the world of social media influencers.

The market is so saturated with new bloggers wanting to break into the industry that one blogger, Rachel Lynch, disclosed in a new study, that a company that used to pay her asked her to do a new promo but this time without compensation for her services.

  1. Girls as young as six are wearing makeup and the age of consumers of makeup products is getting younger each year.
  2. Speak in a smooth tone, and let one shoulder relax. Children should not be concerned with how they look.
  3. As a result, students, in the formative years of their lives, go astray. Think of the person that you need to be in any particular situation.
  4. Simplicity takes wings and there comes ostentation in its place. They apply all sorts of cosmetics which were formerly used by the fair-sex alone.

According to that new studycompanies expect to pay little to nothing to influencers in exchange of their services and those lucky enough to find a gig often have to work upwards of 100 hours per week at times responding to comments in the wee hours of the morning to keep the conversation going, which is an essential part of their work.

The post may give an impression of spontaneity.

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In reality it is anything but. So much so that Smashboxa cosmetics company, walked away from traditional print media altogether two and a half years ago.

How Social Media Is Changing Fashion?

Still big names in fashion call out that same labor for the worries of the fashion world. What worries fashion houses the most is the loss of control and influence and hence the loss of sales. In 2015, Neiman Marcus blamed bloggers for making their merchandise prominent on social media that by the time the product hits the store shelves the interest of the customer has waned.

One more step

The industry is moving fast to reclaim their power. Google is launching a new program to allow brands themselves to control what consumers see first in search results specially around the time of prominent events like Fashion Week.

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That way influencers would have to provide brands with rigorous analytics to justify their fees.