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Note. The sources from which these ten were culled were: Konector.com, Delicious.com, http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/ 2010/feb/21/10-best-fashion-bloggers,http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/7037668/Britains-best-fashion-bloggers.html, www.signature9.com/style-99, Independent Fashion Bloggers’ “Blogger of the Week,” and Teen Vogue’s “Blogger of the Moment.” a The number of followers of each blog was derived in May 2010 from Bloglovin, which is a website that allows a reader to keep track of their favorite blogs by gathering all new posts and keeping them on a common platform. The Bloglovin’ website provides a running list of ‘top fashion blogs’ based on number of followers.

b These examples of social and economic capital were uncovered in the blog analysis and are not intended to be exhaustive.

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Everything I'm wearing is Vintage, except the Doc Martens...those babies are fakes, and now the black plastic is peeling away, which I kind of love. The city is beautifully sunny today. I'll be outside all day reading Victorian Literature.

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A little something from New Yoak City Lately, that little voice that whispers, "You need this" whenever I do some 'harmless' online window shopping has been reduced to next to nothing. However, when I first saw this Oak coat back in September, that voice was loud and clear. Drapey, asymmetric goodness with extra long sleeves AND pockets? What more can a girl ask for? After cursing myself for missing out on getting one for myself then in September, the lovely Miss Laia helped me get my hands of one when Oak restocked them earlier this month.

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Note: The model provides a snapshot of a dynamic process that iterates over time. Three feedback loops are shown. In the innermost loop, a blogger’s capacity to make taste displays gains her an audience, and this feedback increases her cultural capital, in the sense of expanding her capacity to exercise taste and make a display of it. In the next feedback loop, once her audience has increased past some threshold, access to it becomes valuable to the fashion system. Prominent fashion insiders (e.g., a magazine editor) now provide social connections to the blogger, which tends to increase her audience further. Likewise, the promotional element also desires audience access, so it sends gifts and payments to the blogger, which further enhance her taste displays, and thus her audience. In the third loop, having a mass audience motivates the blogger to keep it, which leads to misrecognition practices that maintain it. Each of the loops thus charges the others. Finally, the model acknowledges that non-taste resources may also facilitate blogger success, and suggests this as an area for future research.

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