Earlier this week I attended a fashion & tech industry mixer organized by SF Fashion + Tech (a San Francisco event planning group) and hosted at Polyvore‘s corporate headquarters. I had a bit of a snafu on the way there (CalTrain issues), but once I made it to Mountain View I immediately [...]
This week I attended a blogger workshop thrown by Polyvore and iFabbo (an international organization for fashion, beauty, and lifestyle bloggers) at La Boutique (an adorable store in San Francisco’s Jackson Square).
The event was focused on making sure fashion bloggers understood how easy the site is to use for posts. With [...]
I’ve recently been involved in two conversations about curated content; discussing how it works, if it works, and if it’s the next big thing. I’ve also noticed that some of my favorite go-to fashion sites have content curated by their users. And just a few days ago, e-tailer Rue La La released a customer [...]
Hey fashion bloggers, if you haven’t heard, Polyvore has upped the ante on set embed options so you can resize your sets before posting on your blog. And, the Polyvore Blogger Network now has a new home on the Polyvore site so bloggers can keep up to date on blog related developments.
As a [...]
Polyvore, a social shopping site for digital collage enthusiasts, just introduced The Mini Editor. If we haven’t met, you probably haven’t heard me talk about this site yet, so first, let me explain what it is. Based in Mountain View, California, Polyvore is a “virtual styling” website that claims to have over 6 million [...]