Pashion Victim (http://pashionvictim.com) started off as a community of bloggers dedicated to promote emerging brands made in Italy.
Hello my loves,
today I would like to talk in depth about a project I’m really eager about.
Retrospective premise: it turned out like a long talk, so feel free to skip to the pictures section if you are not a bit curious about what I have to say 😉
Please note that this is not a sponsored post nor I was even asked to write it. And that’s what I love about this project to begin with.
Since I joined the community few months ago important changes have been introduced:
– Pashionvictim can now be defined as an e-commerce where emerging designers/independent brands can sell their creations inside virtual boutiques run by bloggers they like and trust
– Bloggers can showcase their style posting outfits where a single item they are wearing is zoomed and properly featured. The items displayed can be from any brand, including pret-a-porter and high-street fashion, while the items on sale must be from independent brands that bloggers find and invite to join.
– International bloggers are welcome to submit their application and they will be accepted based on the quality of their work, regardless of ranks estabilished by third parties.
– Emerging designers and brands from all over the world are welcome to join Pashionvictim either to sell their creations (with commissions on sales) or just to showcase their products through cooperations with bloggers (membership is completely free of charge).
What I love the most about this project is the concept behind it: bloggers are seen as influencers, self-made style experts whose love for fashion has turned them into trustworthy shopping advisors.
The young and very supportive team running this social platform encourage bloggers to showcase their personal style, offering useful advice, and “mediate” cooperations with partnering brands, thus preventing the bad experiences that both sponsors and sponsored parties encounter very often.
I invite my blogging buddies who have already joined the community to share their personal experience, even if totally discordant, and international readers who might know little about the project to visit Pashionvictim.com.
For the record, I’m happy to announce that – while still hunting for brands eager to be featured in my Pashionate Boutique – I was chosen to review the amazing items #madeinitaly by:
– Maineli Jewels
– Atelier Dream Shabby Chic
– Asterisco-S jewels
And here are some snapshots from my profile on Pashionvictim (http://pashionvictim.com):
Looking forward to hearing your lovely thoughts gems!
Tons of love