Loud and clear

i'm a fairly enthusiastic skimmer of whichever magazine i'm holding at the time. it's only for about 30-45 minutes (i occasionally go back later to read an article, but only if i've left a page corner folded over to mark it), and even then i have selective hearing to their point of view, and am more receptive to some issues than to others.
assuming you were offered a more captive audience who would espouse your fashion theories and style dictates,

would you be comfortable broadcasting your aesthetic?


enc said...

Probably not. I'm not sure my aesthetic is any more valuable than anyone else's, but who knows—I'm sometimes quite readily influenced by strangers' aesthetics in magazines. I keep feeling undecided about my answer to this one. I don't think I'm ready to commit.

Carlene said...

You mean, would I like my own style column in Elle? Hell, yeah! Mrs. Exeter for someone a little more youthful in spirit, if not age.

Who do I call?

landis smithers said...

isn't that what we're doing here?

fashionaddict said...

I would feel uncomfortable because I don't like dictating. Something a little more discussive in nature would be fine. The idea of a broadcast just seems a little too serious.

Adaora A. said...

Hell yes!

I love colour, so I hope it doesn't put them off!

I've always dreamed of writing a column for GLAMOUR, VOGUE, COSMOPOLITAN, MARIE CLAIRE, HARPERS BAZAAR, IN STYLE, and W magazine.

Can a girl dream?

Nancy said...

Hmmm. I don't know that I would want to write a column about what I wear.

I definitely put forth an aesthetic on my photo blog, but that is my photography, which is a little different to me.

So I'm not sure about this one. It really depends on the audience and the magazine.