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Instagram Influencer Tiffany Mitchell Posted A Photo Shoot Of A Motorcycle Accident
A lifestyle blogger based in Nashville is answering to critics who questioned why she turned her scary motorcycle accident into an impromptu photo shoot.
Tiffany Mitchell, who has over 211,000 followers on Instagram, told BuzzFeed News she “would never turn a very important personal story like this into a brand campaign.”
“I’m sad that some people are taking it that way,” she added, before requesting BuzzFeed News not proceed with writing this story as it would “draw negative attention.”
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yesterday by dancall
TikTok Launches In-App Shopping Feature |
Video platform TikTok has launched an in-app feature that allows users to shop for products related to a sponsored Hashtag Challenge.
The feature, called Hashtag Challenge Plus, prompts users to post videos of themselves using a product or participating in some sort of manufactured viral trend. And a separate tab allows users to buy products from the campaign within TikTok itself.
Kroger became the first brand to participate in the campaign last week, partnering with four TikTok influencers — Joey Klaasen, Cosette Rinab, Mia Finney and Victoria Bachlet — to prompt TikTok viewers to post videos of their dorm makeovers using the hashtag #TransformUrDorm. There was also a dedicated brand page where viewers could shop for products, including a popcorn maker, a box of snack bars, a toaster and other items.
tiktok  ecommerce  social-networks  trends  future  celebrity 
yesterday by dancall
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Kate Winslet Suits Up for Peter Lindbergh Shoot in L’Uomo Vogue | Fashion Gone Rogue
Actress Kate Winslet trades in red carpet glamour for more down to earth style in the November 2015 cover story from L’Uomo Vogue. The British star of ‘Steve Jobs’ poses in menswear inspired pant suits and separates for the photo shoot captured by Peter Lindbergh of 2b Management.
Clare Richardson styled Kate in oversized coats, form-fitting jumpsuits and oxford style shoes for the black and white portraits. Looking like a true movie star, the blonde draws upon her acting experience in the moody shots.
Kate Winslet wears menswear inspired looks photographed by Peter Lindbergh
In an interview with WSJ. Magazine earlier this year, Kate revealed that she keeps her Oscar in the bathroom. “The whole point is for everybody to pick it up and go, ‘I’d like to thank my son and my dad’ — and you can always tell when someone has, because they’re in there a little bit longer after they flushed. They’ll come out looking slightly pink-cheeked. It’s hysterical,” she told the publication.
actress  celebrity  fashion  model  photography  magazine  2010s  tie 
7 days ago by rgl7194
The Day Jeffrey Epstein Told Me He Had Dirt on Powerful People - The New York Times
Almost exactly a year ago, on Aug. 16, 2018, I visited Jeffrey Epstein at his cavernous Manhattan mansion.
The overriding impression I took away from our roughly 90-minute conversation was that Mr. Epstein knew an astonishing number of rich, famous and powerful people, and had photos to prove it. He also claimed to know a great deal about these people, some of it potentially damaging or embarrassing, including details about their supposed sexual proclivities and recreational drug use.
So one of my first thoughts on hearing of Mr. Epstein’s suicide was that many prominent men and at least a few women must be breathing sighs of relief that whatever Mr. Epstein knew, he has taken it with him.
During our conversation, Mr. Epstein made no secret of his own scandalous past — he’d pleaded guilty to state charges of soliciting prostitution from underage girls and was a registered sex offender — and acknowledged to me that he was a pariah in polite society. At the same time, he seemed unapologetic. His very notoriety, he said, was what made so many people willing to confide in him. Everyone, he suggested, has secrets and, he added, compared with his own, they seemed innocuous. People confided in him without feeling awkward or embarrassed, he claimed.
celebrity  crime  epstein  gov2.0  legal  money  politics  sex  sexual_abuse  suicide  trump  nytimes 
8 days ago by rgl7194
How Epstein Got Rich: Clue Buried in Lawsuit? - WhoWhatWhy
People wondering how Jeffrey Epstein acquired his enormous wealth may find a clue on page 5 of the lawsuit, filed — and later withdrawn — by Katie Johnson against Donald Trump and Epstein for allegedly raping her when she was 13 years old.
Tiffany Doe, a material witness named in the lawsuit, had agreed to provide sworn testimony, “fully verifying the authenticity of the claims” of Johnson. Doe said she had been employed by Epstein for more than 10 years as a “party planner” and had witnessed everything described by Johnson.
In fact, it was her job to witness all the sexual escapades that went on in Epstein’s mansions — and to report to him everything she had overheard. He told her “knowledge was king” in the financial world. From page 5 of the lawsuit:
As a result of these underage sex parties, Defendant Epstein was able to accumulate inside business knowledge that he otherwise would never have been privy to in order to amass his huge personal fortune.
It is clear that Epstein did throw wild parties with young women. Did he learn anything from the pillow talk? From the bragging of men trying to impress each other with their inside knowledge of upcoming secret deals? If “knowledge is king” — what about Epstein’s knowledge of who did what to underage girls at his parties? Did Epstein blackmail any of these men?
Knowledge is king indeed.
sex  crime  money  celebrity  trump  sexual_abuse  legal  epstein  suicide  gov2.0  politics 
10 days ago by rgl7194
Counting Stars: How Fake Data Distorts the Celebrity Landscape
Why do so many members of Generation Z mistake social media rankings and trending topics for real-life popularity?

When answering this question, most critics tend to focus on personal qualities, criticizing the “foolishness” or “idiocy” of contemporary idol fandom. But I think this is a misunderstanding, not to mention unfair to young people. Generation Z overestimates the importance and relevance of social media traffic because that’s the world they were born into. Unlike those born in the ’80s, they are digital natives, and many have spent their whole lives in a highly online environment.

It’s only natural that their perceptions and understanding of the world would be shaped by this reality — and that it would influence how they experience fandom culture. When I was young, we expressed love for our favorite stars by going to physical stores and buying cassette tapes, CDs, and posters of our favorite artists. The Generation Z version of fan culture has moved online, where it’s expressed by buying digital albums, forwarding social media posts, or starting fan pages.

...As for their followers, fandom culture gives young Chinese a kind of collective experience that can be hard to find in modern society. Compared with those born even just a generation prior, they are more likely to have grown up financially secure and materially comfortable. They are therefore less concerned with their immediate material needs and more interested in finding ways to use their resources to achieve self-actualization.

Participating in fandom culture is one way to do so. Pushing one’s preferred idol or star to the top of the social media charts gives fans a rarified feeling of accomplishment, and fandom itself provides young Chinese with a digital community of like-minded individuals with whom they can associate and identify.
SNS  social-media  celebrity  fans  fandom 
11 days ago by thegrandnarrative
Twitch’s Ninja jumps to Microsoft’s Mixer |
Twitch, Amazon’s popular video game streaming platform has lost one of its biggest stars having seen him jump ship to rival site Mixer, owned by Microsoft.
Tyler Blevins, known more commonly online as ‘Ninja’, had amounted 14.7 million followers on Twitch, mostly through playing Fortnite – and presumably playing it well.
gaming  celebrity  twitch  gym 
12 days ago by dancall
McDonald's lifts store traffic 23% with Halloween influencer contest | Mobile Marketer
McDonald's boosted store traffic by 23% — or 540,000 incremental visits — with a social influencer campaign aimed at raising awareness of its Halloween-themed sweepstakes. The burger chain also generated 98% positive sentiment with the effort around its "Trick.Treat.Win!" giveaway that ran Oct. 5-31, per a case study by influencer marketing company Linqia.
McDonald's partnered with 20 African-American influencers between the ages of 18 and 35 during a four-week period to promote the sweepstakes. The influencers shared one long-form blog post and multiple posts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Linqia then selected top-performing organic content and boosted its distribution in social and display advertising.
Those posts spurred 82,400 engagements. To determine the results of the influencer campaign, Linqia partnered with location tracking firm Placed to record where people who had been exposed to an influencer post later visited a McDonald's restaurant.
food  restaurant  celebrity  retail  casestudies  stats 
12 days ago by dancall

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