Why do all the NY Fashion Week posts on Jezebel feature so much beige? Wasn’t there anything more, I don’t know, lively? The majority of the clothes they have posted so far are so plain that they almost look H&M ready (as in ready to be copied and made available to the wider market). I wonder if that’s editors’ preferences or a sign of what’s to come.
Also (yes, I am in a bitchy mode), those posts about Fashion Night Out yesterday? I felt it was reporting about nothingness. A first person account of the impossibility to actually attend any event. What exactly is the value of such pieces? Especially, considering the latest figures about Gawker Media being bigger in terms of page views and visitors than all newspapers combined (except for The New York Times). Is that supposed to be the future of journalism?
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