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Welcome to the Home Fashion Week! Here’s what the future work of fashion influencers could be like. Ah yes right: many of you think that this is not a job, right?
I want to launch a new trend: the Home Fashion Week or the fashion week lived blissfully at home! This is the possible scenario for the near future both for fashion brands and for the related industries that revolve around the world of fashion shows, such as fashion influencers.
The coronavirus emergency is still ongoing all over the world, with different timing from country to country.
It is therefore plausible that even if we gradually resume going out and working, to participate in the activities that provide for aggregation, we will have to wait a little longer. At least until the vaccine or a cure that prevents the unfortunate outcome of the disease.
Home Fashion Week, an optimal solution for stylists, buyers and fashion influencers
For some years now, stylists have made available to customers the vision of the fashion shows in streaming.
But it is known that to say that you have personally attended the X show in New York, or Milan, Paris or London is much cooler, especially if you are in the front row.
Many fashion influencers sell their souls to gain entry to the fashion shows and even when they manage to sneak in they must show their readers that they are in the front row!
I have the solution for you! Just organize the Home Fashion Week as if it were a real live fashion show.
It’s very simple: use an auditorium space, dress as if you were to participate in the live fashion show and take lots of photos … in the front row!
This is how it will end so it is better to run ahead of time, right?
To give an example, I also decided to make a funny video that I posted on Tik Tok and that you can see here.
And if you also want to experience the thrill of being photographed, simply have a cell phone and a tripod and you’re done.
In the end it is convenient for everyone, no stress, zero crowds and even for stylists it is cheaper!
The right fashion show look: how to be eccentric without being ridiculous
I only attended Milan Fashion Week a couple of times, because after the first horrible experience, in which I had to throw my feet, I had decided to stay at home.
For the Home fashion Week I kept on the same line, so I chose to wear two contrasting colors, blue and fuchsia and a pair of Dolce & Gabbana shoes that I am still paying with a loan hahahahahahaha!
The outerwear I wear is a real gem: it is vintage and it is one of the many clothes I inherited from my mother and which is still super current, don’t you think?
See you on Whatsapp for the next fashion week !!!