From the world’s most influential fashion bloggers and editors in chief to front-row regulars and stylists, here’s why the fashion pack is finding a new home
It’s also important to mention fashion publications outside US and Europe. In Latin America there’s many of us writing in Spanish for our market, and covering local fashion. 🙌 Former fashion journalist for Vogue Mexico here 🙋🏻♀️
Love this 💫 see you all at the webinar!
My interest is in circular fashion sustainability as it relates to climate change and the SDGs of the UN. We are participating in consumerism that is very damaging to the planet 🌎 if not done thoughtfully. My favorite new writer here is ADAM LEACH who has the background, expertise and facts to help us choose wisely with long term interests foremost. Check him out; few posts so far but more coming!
The important thing is that fashion is happening on substack! I write in English and Spanish for those that care about fashion but don't necessarily want to be told the same story over and over. Still, every story is important for its readers and that's why this platform is cool. As a community we have a voice and we can use it. @substack let's find ways for this community to find each other.
This made me reflect on something I feel is becoming a trigger (I clearly need to ask myself why this is a trigger, but that’s a separate story 🤪). Why does it feel that same people are being supported & spotlighted everywhere - media, TV, Substack - rather than people who aren’t widely/internationally known? That certainly is the case in beauty, when niche beauty brand founders bring innovation & change, but brands with large marketing or K clan are the ones everyone is talking about. That actually comes up in a lot of conversations behind the scenes....
So proud to be part of this ✨✨✨community...and welcome Garance!!❤️
And some Frenchies as well! don't forget Géraldine Dormoy whose newsletter is legendary.
Please add us to this article. We’re fashion icons. Thanks.
Here are some fashion Substacks interesting to follow:
In Moda Veritas by Irene Kim: https://irenekim.substack.com/
Articles of Interest by Avery Trufelman: https://articlesofinterest.substack.com/
Chaotic Data by Elisavet Fakou: https://elisfa.substack.com/
Hanger Management by Khensani Mohlatlole: https://khensani.substack.com/
Are You Wearing That by Subrina Heyink: https://subrinaheyink.substack.com/
Diary Of A Fashion Misfits by Patti Cereijo: https://pattycereijo.substack.com/
I love this so much! I'm curious about world fashion outside of the west (I'm from Toronto) so I'll be keeping my eyes open. If anyone collows any good ones, please share.
Algún escritor en español que destacar? Algún editor?, blogero?, político?. Substack, me siento solo 😔
im italian from italy and love pret a porter
It's nice that we share the seemingly similar perspective on this Emmanuelle. Substack does spotlight newer talents / those who recently joined the platform, just not enough and it does feel frustrating. I am a voracious reader and there is such breadth of talent being published, new writers emerging all the time - I hope the same happens to the growth of "unknown' or lesser known writers on Substack, irrespective of the area they are passionately writing about.
I was sent this from Substack not even remotely interested in reading this. How that happened? Lotto ball drawings?
Shout out for @TheCrisps whose work on the human and ecological stories of fashion are the best I’ve seen, grounded in real experience and excellent research.
I’m interested in hearing about how fashion designers are responding to the crisis of plastics and microfibers, and the reality of fast fashion being one of the most toxic and primary polluters on our planet. Do any of these folks on Substack address that? If so, I’d be super interested. Thank you.