Fashion on the Web. The New MySpace?

May 8, 2008 • Magazine


Looking for up-and-coming designers, or at least, want to see what their up to? Check out the new stylish alternative to Created by a London fashion student Holly Bellm, the website features aspiring designers, news, events, shopping, and a sleek layout. The 23-year-old started FashionSpace last October, and now 20,000
members in 120 countries frequent the site every day. The creator says: "While I was studying fashion…MySpace was becoming the
best place for finding the next big band and
unsigned artists. I saw all this amazing creative talent around me and
thought: why not do the same for fashion?"
Sounds like a community of friends, indeed! But it’s not all so noble… Bellm and her team get a 10% cut of any sale made through their networking platform. Nice! Still, it’s definitely worth checking out.

Read more about MySpace’s stylish child here.

Source: Yahoo! News

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