Published today, this 25-page report charts just how The Blonde Salad turns so much profit â€” and how others can learn from Ferragni’s success. Check out our major takeaways below â€” for more tips, you can buy a copy of the study for $14 from the Harvard Business Review.
When it comes to building a career as a fashion blogger, thereâ€™s no better business role model than Chiara Ferragni. Since launching The Blonde Salad as a personal style blog back in 2009, the 27-year-old has expanded her team to 16 people, inked partnerships with luxury brands like Burberry and Dior
On a scale of one to 10, how many times a week do you find yourself staring blankly into your closet and screaming, “I have nothing to wear!”? If you’re anything like us, your number is probably somewhere near 15. And, with the amount of clothing that is most likely hanging in your wardrobe,
April weather in New York can be kind of crazy. And, by “kind of” we mean that in the span of a single week, we’re likely to experience some variety of snow flurries, downpour, and (praise be!) warm sunshine. Spring in the city is unpredictable to say the least, and figuring out just what to wear can be a total mind-bender.
It only took one look at Rumi Neely’s amazing home for us to see that the folks at Homepolish â€” the interior geniuses responsible for the fashion star’s home makeover â€” know what they’re doing. Whether it’s a total renovation or finding the perfect finishing touches, Homepolish designers work by the hour to create balanced spaces that just work. For more design inspiration, follow @Homepolish.
When you think of fashion bloggers, a few requirements come to mind: a covetable personal style, a photographer (or friend with a camera) in tow, and, of course, a constantly updated blog on which to post their outfits. The earliest bloggers â€” like Susie Bubble, Fashion Toast,