Fashion press

   Reporters and photographers who write or cover fashion and the fashion industry.

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  • Fashion journalist —    A person who covers fashion through any one of a number of media: magazines, books, periodicals, television, radio, Internet, and broadcast. Some of the most famous fashion journalists include Bill Cunningham, Carrie Donovan, Eleanor Lambert,… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion Public Relations — (PR)    The area of the fashion industry that is involved in creating, maintaining, communicating, and promoting an exciting public image for a company or store. This is accomplished by the PR through interaction with the fashion press, magazines …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion advertising —    Fashion advertising can be traced back to fashion plates, which were introduced in France and England during the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. These fashion illustrations were the first advertising vehicles used to sell clothing.… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion blog — Fashion blogs are blogs that cover fashions in clothing and fashion accessories.DefinitionA fashion blog is solely or primarily dedicated to coverage of fashions in clothing and accessories. This includes blogs about:* runway trends * fashion… …   Wikipedia

  • Fashion Magazines — Allure (United States) Another Magazine (United Kingdom) Apparel (China, United States) BiBi Magazine (United States) Book Moda (Italy) Book Moda Sposa (Italy) Book Moda Uomo (Italy) Brides (United States) Cadena (Germany) Children s Business… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion show —    A venue for designers to showcase their new collections to the public that involves fashion models, sound, lighting, and a crew of others who help stage the runway show. Industry press and noted retailers are invited as well as celebrities and …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion photographer —    A person who specializes in taking photographs of fashion for advertising or editorial purposes to appear in magazines, trade publications, catalogs, press kits, Internet, and elsewhere. Among the best known fashion photographers are Richard… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion Photojournalist —    A person who specializes in taking photographs of fashion for advertising or editorial purposes to appear in magazines, trade publications, catalogs, press kits, Internet, and elsewhere. Among the best known fashion photographers are Richard… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion photography —    Since the invention of photography in 1839, clothes have been depicted in portraits. However, it was not until the 1850s that French couture houses began using photographs to document their collections, starting with Parisian photographers in… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion — For other uses, see Fashion (disambiguation). In Following the Fashion (1794), James Gillray caricatured a figure flattered by the short bodiced gowns then in fashion, contrasting it with an imitator whose figure is not flattered. Fashion, a… …   Wikipedia

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