On my radar: Tumblr editors


Ive just finished writing 2000 words on the power of the stylist but frankly 2k wasn’t nearly enough to write about this ever-changing subject. Stylists and fashion editors are now becoming overall content curators as evidenced by initiatives like Anna Trevelyan and Simon Foxton’s stints as guest curators for SHOWstudio’s Tumblr and Nicola Formichetti’s hugely popular personal Tumblr.

Latest on this phenomenon is the news that Hanneli Mustaprta has been tapped as a contributing editor to Calvin Klein’s Tumblr. Not a stylist in the traditional sense, but a ‘self stylist’ with a creative eye, this is a fresh way for brands to work with those who share their visual point of view. I quite like this new strand of content curation for the attention-deficit generation. If anyone wants to hire me as their Tumblr editor* (but pref not the naughty brand who picked my brains and then vanished without a trace) then let’s talk!

*PS: my beauty Tumblr is here

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One Response to On my radar: Tumblr editors

  1. I have had a fickle relationship with Tumblr. It was a revelation at the beginning, but then I had my head turned by Pinterest. Both have their advantages, and now I use them in ways advantageous to me.

    Thanks for sharing.

    PS. You can find my Tumblr here… :)

    http://i-am-not-a-celebrity.tumblr.com/

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