How Bloggers are Shifting the Fashion Industry to Focus More on Minorities

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I’ve definitely met my fair share of people that think blogging isn’t a big deal, but I am hear to tell you, that it is not only surprisingly profitable (if you are doing it right), but it can also make a difference in aspects of community and culture. As a blogger, fashion addict, and Latina – these influential people catch my eye! It’s an amazing thing that is happening and I’m excited about where things are headed – especially in the fashion world. To check out the whole article on Dieste’s Provoke Daily, and see the source article from Fashionist, check it out here!

How Bloggers are Shifting the Fashion Industry to Focus More on Minorities

Grocery Couture

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Flour by Prada

Couture brands hit super market shelves this May! Well, as a new art exhibit displaying basic grocery items with luxury branding. Israeli designer, Peddy Mergui, has been changing the way art-goers and fashion enthusiasts alike, have previously viewed their local grocery store aisles. He has reinvented everyday produce and given it a recognizable and prestigious look. Many labels and designers, such as Apple and Prada have been featured in an artistic way on milk cartons and bags of flour, to show the challenge designers are faced with when having to show their true vision, while also promoting economic interest.  Check out these and the rest of his exhibit, Wheat is Wheat is Wheat.

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Fruit by Nike
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Yogurt by Tiffany & Co.
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Eggs by Versace
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Milk by Apple
Grocery Couture