He doesn’t think it’s just the flashy labels and statement pieces that guarantee Insta-celebrity, though.(And this guy seriously loves him some studded Loubie smoking slippers and designer man-clutches.) “The ‘secret’ is to have one’s individual style and taste,” he explains.with host Pattie Stinger and it seems like she’s self sabotaging.
To say the least, I am beyond grateful.”Guys, he even gets VIP invitations and trips.“I met Sue Gragg [a footballer wife favorite and friend of teen millionaire fashion designer Kira Plastinina] who is an international renowned jeweler in Texas,” he explains.
Still today, I am still shocked by such hospitality I was shown when I attended her show. ”Kane’s friend mrposhspice (hands down my favorite handle of this post), who’s inching his way to 3,000 followers, even experienced social marketing from the consumer level.“I have had employees at Christian Louboutin ask me to post photos of their shoes without knowing my Instagram handle, actually, which I found really funny! But seriously, as the US continues to inch out of the worst recession since the Great Depression, does this show of excess kind of, well, piss people off?
IG Girl #2, who posts Hermes and Chanel purchases on a pretty regular basis, has had some experience with that.
Then, let's look at self-described “mother-fashionista” or “momista,” Gheely, who skyrocketed from zero to nearly 15,000 followers in a little over a year.“I went back to the first picture I posted,” she reminisces.
“A pair of Christian Louboutin Pigalle—my most favorite style from the designer.”More than anything, the Instagram popularity of this certain set is driven by labels.
“I just like to share my passions and interests and found people with similar tastes and likes,” she says.