Vogueistic – Re-branded!

Iconic Hollywood costume designer Edith Head once stated: “You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it.”  Jazz legend Miles Davis said “Sometimes you have to play a long time to be able to play like yourself”  Hi! I’m Amit Anand, editor of this blog and I love reiterating statements and expressions that are so stimulating to the mind and senses, especially as they are rooted in my real life experiences. Experiences, that led me to redefine my objectives – raison d’etre of creating Vogueistic :)

The obvious context here through these statements is the fact that this blog is now completely rebranding itself as an expression of individuality and authenticity sans all imitation, repetition via external influences like PR firms who invariably push celebrity-driven trends on everything we consume – content and products that no longer stimulate my interest.

Over the last few years as a blogger, I have changed and so have my interests – that have become more varied now. When I started Dreaming of Gucci, my first blog, my interest was largely fashion and luxury. I still love fashion and luxury but my interests now include a much broader spectrum that covers topics on how that fashion and luxury perpetuates to adding a genuine value in my life and the life of my readers I influence. Diversity, Social Responsibility, Equality and Equity, Eco-Consciousness and Sustainability and largely the whole extended ecosystem of Brands and their Corporate Social Responsibility are latest buzzwords.

Among other interests that would make it this blog have a strong digital layer across but not limited to:- media & technology, personal growth, health & wellness, and innovation, topics that stay top of mind in all my posts whether written by me or coming to you as a forward from many sources.Vogueistic is reinventing and now positioning itself in a structured manner in an evolving and exciting marketplace. Being highly industry agnostic and with in-depth R&D talent focused around CSR and Branding via market intelligence and insights that will help

Vogueistic is reinventing and now positioning itself in a structured manner in an evolving and exciting marketplace. Being highly industry agnostic and with in-depth R&D talent focused around CSR and Branding via market intelligence and insights that will help brands and people behind those brands reach out to the consumers of today who rely on their own consciousness rather than following the herd.

The blog values Uniqueness over Imitation!

The blog aims to abhor everything that follows pop culture blindly creating a culture of clones. The blog is about individuals and brands that are unique and offer a genuine value proposition to consumers. Uniqueness alone leaves a legacy that lives on in hearts and minds and creates a natural bonding with our favourite brands because they resonate with our most individualistic tastes and sensibilities.

For more details, please write to me @

editor@vogueistic.com Or,

vogueistic@gmail.com

 

You should be here if:

You like to know about Brands that engage with you on a granular level, offering a genuine value proposition, as opposed to following the pop culture shenanigans and offloading products and services largely without having an iota of insight into “Why” must you buy and if you really need to buy. It’s a classic contrast between conspicuous consumption and conspicuous frugality. In the end, it’s all about VALUE.

You believe in tolerance and applause the spirit of equality e.g.. you are happy to see gender-nonconforming models staking their claim in the fashion world.

You appreciate clothing that is ethically produced, is sustainable and your consumption choices make up for organic and free trade!

To know more about me: Click HERE

– Amit Anand

With over 20,000 followers across our social media network, Vogueistic aims to bridge the gap between The Brand and the Consumer, celebrating individuality, uniqueness and the spirit of #ThisIsMe as opposed to #ThisIsThemAndWeNeedToBeLikeThem! Vogueistic focuses on value perception in an increasingly value-driven marketplace of today.

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