You remember Bryanboy, the inspiration behind Marc Jacob’s latest ad campaign? Well, he’s moving up in industry.
After having a bag made especially (or that’s what we’re lead to believe) for him, he’s taking things to another level with a quick modeling gig. Jaeha’s Alex Kim is so enthusiastic about Bryanboy’s androgynous appearance and his internet ways that he’s (almost) ready to declare him a spokeface for the brand. Considering this another one of those brave and inspiring examples of how can blogging turn you into a celebrity (besides the notorious case of Mr Sartorialist), who do you prefer? Bryanboy or Scott Schuman? (more after the jump)
I was secretly hoping for a more intellectual, creative and useful evolution of popular blogging. Taking things a bit further than “cute pic” , “great outfit” and making blogging an alternative media. Raising professionals out of the popular bloggers ranks, turn the stiff press into something opened, take advantage of the blogging liberty and push things forward. Instead, I’m bound to see bloggers evolve by means of kissing the right spots and the key-placed persons. What kind of future do you see for blogging/bloggers? If you were to make a top of your daily internet readings, would there be blogs amongst your favorites? How do you think the media of the future should be like? (photo via ontdff)