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(Google Analytics 29 October - 29 November 2010)
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by publisher Karin Sawetz December 2010
Karin Sawetz is journalist, media researcher
and fashion scientist (Mag. Dr. phil.).
Fashion and media theory at Fashionoffice
Fashionoffice's editorial concept is built upon the scientific approach to fashion and the theory that fashion has to be seen in a timeline and in context.
- Clothing can be used for communication (and consequently for social interaction) as it has a
- Clothing traditions are changing in cultural contexts
- Clothes have political impact
What sounds theoretically and bone dry is converted by Fashionoffice into colorful and amazing articles, which report from the latest international fashion, beauty, and art trends.
In November 2010, fashion inspired by UNESCO listed cultural heritage and fashion/art as mediator for foreign cultures had been on focus of Fashionoffice articles. Find teasers for some of them below.
Behind these articles, which are the visible products of our editorial work, the organisation Fashionoffice.org is doing fundamental research on the transfer of information through media like the internet.
In the last 15 years, Fashionoffice has continuously researched the reception and presentation of fashion online: from the FashionAvigator-study in 1995 to the ‘Memorized Data’-hypothesis in 2009 and the monthly collection of data from the user statistics like you can see on this page, which confirm the already statistically verified assumption that publishers and advertisers have to calculate the impact of editorial content as well as online-campaigns with a new factor: un-progressive data.
Now, after five years of fundamental research on the construction of reality online, the summary of the study on ‘Memorized Data’ will be released on 7 December 2010 in the Annual Multimedia 2011 (Walhalla Fachverlag, Berlin). Find out more on fashionoffice.org/press/2010/mediainfo11-2010.htm.
Ari Seputra's new collection
... is inspired by traditional Indonesian themes: Borobudur (Buddhist temple), Wayang (puppet theatre), and Keraton; the gown on the image refers to 'Keraton' (means 'royal palace')...
Dancing through the night
Inspired by the high-culture in dance and music of the 'Wiener Ball', which is an Austrian contribution to World Heritage, Fashionoffice has collected some pieces for a ball...
Elemental Men Style
Fashionoffice collected some pieces that are inspired by the element water and its transformations snow and ice. Fashion by Gant...
The left screen shows the scenes of a Rainer Werner Fassbinder movie; right, you can see Berlin/Singapore based artist Ming Wong in the female role of the "successful but arrogant fashion designer..."
Vienna and Taipei based artist Jun Yang questions our perception of time and space in an exhibition about the result of mass media such as mobile telephones or internet on the perception of reality...
Articles with the
in November 2010
The statistics of the different media Web, Mobile, and Feeds give an insight into user preferences. The Trendletter is not tracked by a statistical tool.
Ranking of the most viewed editorial pages between 29 October - 29 November 2010, data by Google Analytics (the bold fonts signify articles from the last 12 months; the others are from the respective month-year):
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Fashionoffice: fashion.at, beautyme.com, confashion.com
Ranking of the Fashion Feeds (from 30 October - 28 November; data delivered by Feedburner) after views and clicks.
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