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Dolce & Gabbana is adding a standalone e-commerce site to its digital footprint, which has been expanding since the brand set up a mobile website in 2004. So in addition to following the brand on Facebook, Twitter and through Stefano Gabbana‘s Tumblr, reading its online magazine Swide and watching behind-the-scenes videos of its ad campaigns on YouTube, you can buy its clothes and accessories from the comfort of the nearest WiFi hotspot.
Believe it or not, there once was a time when blogging was nothing but a hobby, something people did in their spare time because they were particularly interested in a subject or needed an outlet for their creative output. Now, bloggers like BryanBoy make over a $100,000 a year, 14-year-olds get profiled by The New Yorker, and street style photographers earn some serious cash for catching the right sartorial snap at the right time.
Here’s the deal: we hate being teased — after all, we’re in the business of blogging so we can uncover information and share with our beautiful readers! So we’re a little miffed today that H&M is toying with our hearts. They won’t tell us who their new designer collaborators are, but they’re inviting us and the rest of the world to guess.