Posted: April 14, 2013 Filed under: Writing | Tags: bloglovin', caption london, daniel dunt, dominique kral, facebook, instagram, tumblr, twitter
So you’ve probably noticed that something is a little different around here now. If not, let me fill you in…
That’s so New York is no more. I’ve decided to re-brand my blog, which is why it’s now simply titled Daniel Dunt and can be reached through danieldunt.com, rather than tsnewyork.com. There were many reasons for doing this, with the main reason being that many thought I was located in New York. However, this is not the case; I am, in fact, based in London. That’s so New York was simply a catchy title that my brother came up with nights before I started blogging over 2 years ago, way back in January 2011.
With me leaving college in just 2 months, I want to mature as a blogger. When I say mature I’m not referring to what I’m writing about or my writing style, but instead starting to think about blogging as something which could perhaps go somewhere. I’ve already gained an absolutely wonderful following and I want that growth to continue. I’m also at a point where I’m not completely unhappy with my appearance and therefore hope that images of my outfits will, on occasion, pop up and be to your liking. Not to worry, though; I’m not going to start spamming you with an outfit a day or anything, but instead maybe once or twice a week.
Please don’t think that I’m changing or this space is changing, because it’s not. My focus is still on new, independent and emerging, creative talent, and fashion is and will continue to be at the centre of this blog. That’s not changing and I doubt it ever will. With me soon working on Caption London full-time and with a handful of other projects in the works, including a collaborative brand with British womenswear designer Dominique Kral and a small menswear brand, it seems that the fashion industry is stuck with me, and I’m not complaining.
Now I’ve bombarded you with heaps of text, can you do me a big favour?
Because Facebook is impractical and doesn’t allow you to simply change the name of a Facebook page, I’ve had to create a whole new page for my blog. On that note, please do “Like” my new page. I will continue posting to the old page for a while, but it will eventually be deleted and I don’t want to lose all of my brilliant readers when it comes to its inevitable end.
You can also follow me on Twitter, Bloglovin’, Tumblr and Instagram.
Posted: January 18, 2013 Filed under: Accessories, Spring/Summer 2013, Women, Writing | Tags: 2013, dresslab, paula cademartori, spring, summer
My most recent contribution towards DressLab is a post that introduces the Spring/Summer 2013 handbag collection from Italian-Brazilian designer Paula Cademartori!
READ ‘PAULA CADEMARTORI SPRING/SUMMER 2013′ ON DRESSLAB!
Posted: December 10, 2012 Filed under: Men, Spring/Summer 2013, Women, Writing | Tags: 2013, dresslab, niels peeraer, spring, summer, writing
My most recent contribution towards DressLab is a post that introduces the Spring/Summer 2013 collection from Paris based leather craftsman Niels Peeraer!
READ ‘NIELS PEERAER SPRING/SUMMER 2013′ ON DRESSLAB!
Posted: October 20, 2012 Filed under: Spring/Summer 2013, Women, Writing | Tags: 2013, dresslab, natalie b coleman, spring, summer
My most recent contribution towards DressLab is a post that introduces Natalie B Coleman‘s beautiful Spring/Summer 2013 campaign video!
READ ‘NATALIE B COLEMAN SPRING/SUMMER 2013′ ON DRESSLAB!
Posted: September 26, 2012 Filed under: Interviews, Writing | Tags: andreia schmidt passos, interview, luiz wachelke, vish, we are selecters, writing
My most recent contribution towards We Are Selecters is an interview with Andreia Schmidt Passos and Luiz Wachelke, the creative duo behind Brazilian brand Vish.
READ ‘I AM VISH – INTERVIEW’ ON WE ARE SELECTERS!