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From startups to seminars to million dollar bloggers…. a roundup of three weeks on FELLT Industry

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FELLT Industry has also covered 3D printing via this story on a new orthopedic back brace that looks like it’s just come off Alexander McQueen’s runway.

And we ran rolling coverage of developments in the ASOS warehouse fire story, which took the e-tail giant off the air for three days and destroyed £22million worth of stock.

We also published a handy calendar of upcoming Australian and international fashion/tech/marketing conferences where you can network with the best in the business and bring yourself up to speed on news and developments in these sectors. A couple of particularly interesting forums – Hackers On The Runway in Paris and the ADMA Global Forum in Sydney – merited their own standalone posts.

There was also a standalone profile on The Fashion Spot, the web’s largest community of fashion influencers, which is expanding operations down under. This included an interview with TFS managing editor Jennifer Davidson.

With the upwardly-mobile incomes of fashion bloggers very much in the news this month, we also covered the million dollar blogger(s) you’ve never heard of, YouTube’s highest-earning fashion and beauty vloggers and broke the news that Australia’s most bankable personal style blogger, Jessica ‘Tuula’ Stein, has just split with her talent management agency to go it solo. Again.

Coming up this week is the launch of a couple of new FELLT Industry series, including Digital Strategy, which looks at the digital strategies of major fashion brands, retailers etc…

First cab off the Digital Strategy rank tomorrow morning will be an international luxury name.

Hope to see you there.