Strike a pose

Well. a rather lovely thing happened today. I got a few bizarre tweets/text messages/emails/frantic answer phone messages all alluding to something concerning Vogue.co.uk. My face was on it.
As part of British Vogue’s Online Fashion Week, Leon Bailey-Green’s DirectorsOf.Com decided to publish their annual Online Fashion’s Top 100 list of the most influential figures in online fashion on Vogue.co.uk. As well as the usual list of CEOs and Journos the list would include several categories up for the public vote which including Best Dressed, for which I was nominated.
Now, I’m going to rip off the plaster… I didn’t win. Mr Daniel Richmond of Tic Watches won with 36% of the vote. Congrats to Daniel and his wardrobe!
Now. The juicy bit. I’m still on the list *pause for effect*. I’m ranked tenth on the list for my work with A) this very blog, B) blackwhtiedenim.com and C) The Fashion Network.
I’m shocked/amazed/grateful and have butterflies in my belly. But, I must dash as I have a few people on their way over for festive drinks and I’ve yet to wrap my pigs in blankets!
I’ll leave you with the words of my mother: “I can’t believe it, I mean… It’s Kim Kardashian, Cheryl Cole, Stacey Solomon and YOU!”
Oh and congrats to the gorgeous Cillian of Male Mode, the fab Vicki Day, Mr Chris Bishop of 7thingsmedia, Clare Potts of iliketweet (the reason I started blogging), fellow northerner Nitin Passi of Missguided.co.uk and all the rest of the fashpack.
You can request a copy of the list here: DirectorsOf.Com

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Jordan McDowell nominated for Online Fashion 100 Best Dressed Male Category! VOTE NOW!

I’ve been nominated for Leon Bailey-Green’s Fashion’s Top 100 2012 List

The category: Best Dressed Male. The mission: VOTE FOR ME NOW! (please)

I got a call a few weeks ago from Mr Bailey-Green himself asking if he might nominate me for a place on his annual list of the most influential people in the online fashions sector. Good job I was sitting down….

This year is slightly different as the list introduces a few new categories that will go up for a public vote for the first time. Winners of the new categories will then be announced to coincide with Vogue.com‘s Online Fashion Week! So, If I win, I get on Vogue.com AND on the list. Bonus.

However, that if is a really big if because ‘m up against some pretty well dressed gents, Steve Salter of StyleSalavge, Lee Douros of my-wardrobe.com, Daniel Richmond of Tic Watches and Sach Kukadia of secretsales.co.uk

Eek.

SO I NEED SOME SUPPORT!

Voting is easy, click here are select by name at the bottom and click VOTE.(by refreshing you can vote again…. nifty)

The winner is announced over Vogue’s Online Fashion Week in December!

Thank you so much for your support! Wish me luck!

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Suits you?

Online bespoke tailoring service A Suit That Fits are offering a career starting chance to budding designers to have their designs made and sold! Quite the leg-up don’t ya think?

A Suit That Fits are running a competition which offers young budding designers the chance to submit their designs to be in the running to be created and sold online at www.asuitthatfits.com, and event generating a 10% income p/sale for the three winners!

A judging panel will narrow all submissions down to just 10, which will then face the British Public! The judges are T4’s Rick Edwards, The Online Fashion Agency’s Leon Bailey-Green, Alan Cannon-Jones from LCF and Mighel Critton, the Product Development Manager for A Suit That Fits.



Designs need to be in for the 31st of March and can be submitted by:

emailed in .PDF or .JPEG format to designs@asuitthatfits.co.uk

or posted to, Design Competition, The Biscuit Factory, J411/12, 100 Clements Road, Bermondsey, London, SE16 4DG.
All designs must incorporate the A Suit That Fits fabrics, which can be see here, and consist of a minimum of a trouser, coat and shirt.
GOOD LUCK!

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