Alexa Chung: Blogging & Building Your Platform | S2, E4 | Future of Fashion I British Vogue



In the final episode of Alexa Chung’s second Vogue series, our host analyses one of the most disruptive trends in fashion over the last 10 years: blogging. After looking back at its evolution and the key players, Chung heads off to meet Leandra Medine to find out how her blog Man Repeller went from school project to profitable business, and get her advice for anyone looking to succeed. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to ensure you’re up-to-date on Alexa’s next ventures as she continues to explore the future of fashion.

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Vogue has dispatched contributing editor Alexa Chung to investigate the state of fashion today in her series The Future of Fashion. Alexa Chung will be talking to everyone from current fashion students to the heads of major design houses, via journalists, buyers and all the workers in between. Watch as Alexa Chung try to find out what the future holds for this multi-billion pound fashion industry; how the next generation will get fashion careers using all the tools available to them; and what the fashion landscape looks like in terms of sustainability and technology.

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28 thoughts on “Alexa Chung: Blogging & Building Your Platform | S2, E4 | Future of Fashion I British Vogue

  1. Alexa Chung probably already made the decision to not be a mother those features are darling i just have many friends who resemble her with no ttrace of design in them, i love her documentary and have been studying, i have one question for her , is if she recommends or she applauds or if he recommends her own applause #USA VOGUE, DOLLIES EVERYWHERE.??

  2. Being honest to yourself is always sure being venerable to get that stage. But open your leg not really wise advise…because emotional intelligent integrity need to discover but you might not get a chance to open it.

  3. If you're confident with your content in your blog, and just need the small push in increasing your traffic, influencer marketing can be a way to go about this. It's very effective in things requiring advertising/promotion, and can be very rewarding once you've set things up for it, this tool for digital marketing is especially effective as a kick starter for potential online business. If ever you're interested in knowing more, try checking out the available platforms for it, one that i know of is phlanx

  4. Fantastic series. I work at the fashion industry and also teach. This is fantastic teaching material. Would love to see more of this series. What about latest trends such as normcore that describe what is happening design wise

  5. Dear Alexa Chung and/or Vogue,
    I'm a high school students who is interested in the fashion industry and have begun designing dresses for myself and my peers. But I don't know how to go from the sketching and ideas part to the starting a business and making a living off of it part. Every time I want to try and pursue it. I'm reminded that I need to go to college for something I can survive with, not just a dream job that can't pay the bills or barely pays them. Can you make another series that goes in depth on how to go from the first sketches to the real thing and how the designers went through that phase of "I like this" to "I love doing this and I'm going to keep doing it" and how they took off from there. Sorry if this is pretty long 😅 I'm just very interested in the fashion industry and I would love to get some more inside info on how it works from the actual source itself and from people like you.
    Sincerely,
    A fan that has one year left before they have to choose and go to college 😖😖😖😓😓😵

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