A special team of fashion bloggers, an unusual “bubble” structure and a tram that travels through the Fashion District. These are the ingredients of the Grazia.it contribution that from today will cover all of the fashion shows, events and the most exclusive parties of Milano Moda Donna.
The web site of the women’s weekly edited by Vera Montanari will provide live coverage of the main events thanks to a special team of glamorous international fashion bloggers and the correspondents of the 15 titles of the Grazia International Network. The Grazia.it team will give readers, in real time, text and pictures from the backstage areas and parties, “tweeting” live comments and creating a weblog of the entire event.
Along with Tamu McPherson, head of Grazia.it, the team will move for the entire duration of the fashion week to a special “transparent bubble” structure, located in Piazza del Carmine, which will be the nerve centre of the operation and the perfect location for events, initiatives and to share the emotions and passions of the world of fashion.
The special Grazia.it tram will run on the streets of the Fashion District and give readers the opportunity to climb on board the site’s mobile editorial office made up of 10 workstations equipped with WiFi and supported by the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the technology partner of the initiative.
An “IT Girl for a day” contest will be organised on board the tram exclusives open to the authentic fashion addicts who follow Grazia.it.
Along with the Grazia.it fashion editors, the “IT Girl for a day” winners will have the possibility of posing for a special photo shoot, with the support of special make-up by Maybelline NY. Information about how to take part in the contest on board the tram can be found on Grazia.it.
Also, from today, Grazia.it will launch on the site its IT Manifesto, an authentic Decalogue, outlining the fundamental principles that, day by day, underscore the content and structure of the site. The ten points in the IT Manifesto will be published on Grazia.it during the fashion week.
The presence of Grazia.it at the fashion week will include the creative collaboration of the Macs Iotti studio and feature graphic design by Daniele Costa and copy strategy by Tita.