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‘Vogue’ And Neiman Marcus Say Fashion Bloggers Are Ruining Style And Undercutting Sales

As Fashion Week kicks off in Paris today, two of the industry’s longstqanding authorities are throwing shade at a crop of digital influencers who have risen to new prominence. In a Milan Fashion Week roundup from Vogue, for instance, the magazine’s creative digital director Sally Singer spoke out against the fashion blogger phenomenon. “Note to bloggers who change head-to-toe, paid-to-wear outfits every hour: Please stop.
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