For the past three weeks I have been too busy to blog and it has been quite an eye-opener. Before embarking on the job of creating July Stars, I thought I would simply take the advantage of new technology to regularly share my thoughts on everything I find interesting in the fashion world. This was in theory a great idea but has turned out to be a risky enterprise. I love to write and I have a tendency to concentrate on words. I also love fashion but it’s a language that can become stale extremely quickly. My problem is that combining both is a long process, especially since an increase in quality definitely does not mean an increase in quantity! My sister keeps telling me that this is a shit strategy if I intend on gaining more readers and I guess she’s right. Despite my driving determination to write four times a week or more life and work always get in the way. I sometimes ask myself why it is so important to have a well-formulated direction and increase readership when you have a blog but I still don’t have the answer. I find it liberating to write only when I feel like it (and have the time) but people automatically assume that your engagement should result in daily material. I promise I’ll try.
Swide, the online Dolce & Gabbana magazine, recently published an interview I did with them. You can read it here: SWIDE
Thank you to the lovely Kerry!