Embracing Social Media With Kelly Hoppen
A great evening of letting loose ideas on how to improve the online world of interiors. Great things are really happening in the social media for interiors, thanks to the launch of kelly Hoppen’s iphone app it is really opening the doors to this industry.
As mentioned by Leon Bailey-Green (from the Online Fashion Agency) on the debate panel, there are so many big fashion names who are involved in social media while in the interior world this is still lacking. Another great point is that fashion values the importance of blogging because they are aware that it is a large community that inspire others.
It is great that Kelly is probably the first British interior designer to embrace it and hopefully launch this trend. We definitely need to catch up with the fashion world but I am so very confident we can do this, thanks to Kelly, great things are really happening. With the launch of her app and a burst of new design bloggers surely the interior industry will catch up online!
To celebrate this and thanking Kelly for her wonderful work I am giving away a free download of the Kelly Hoppen’s ‘home style’ app. To have a chance just follow these simple steps:
The winner will be selected randomly on Monday 8th and will be sent a link to download the app for free from Apple iTunes Store.
To read my review on Home Style Click Here!
To read more on the debate click here!
Images courtesy of dottalent.
Belly4th November 2010 at 6:45 pm
Arianna, I don't have an iphone (a problem someone needs to solve) but if I had I'd be dying to get this app! Great giveaway!
Singleswarehouse4th November 2010 at 7:35 pm
Thanks for showing this to me on Twitter. Looks so cool
walters835th November 2010 at 10:08 am
I really hope the interior world soon catches up with the fashion world. I'm inundated with fashion blogs/twitter feeds/facebook pages which all communicate in the same stuck up way. I don't get this impression of pretension with interior blogs. Lets wait and see what happens.
Marcos Menezes5th November 2010 at 3:39 pm
I wish I knew this talk was taking place! An app can always be a good idea, although I should probably try KH's application before giving my opinion. I quite agree with Walter's comment. I'm equally flooded by news of all sorts which are quite honestly rarely interesting and/or relevant. I often find myself fishing for really good news – not always a relaxing stress free activity. Lets wait and see what the future of Social Media has in store for us.
Jaime Wilkie5th November 2010 at 4:20 pm
Kelly Hoppen iphone looks amazing from pics i've seen so far – she's such an inspiration! p.s. i'm j_a_i_m_e on twitter!
Anonymous5th November 2010 at 4:21 pm
I'm always inspired by interior designs in the UK. Eveything always looks so crisp and edgy. I'm excited for the design world to become easier to navigate the only trouble I find is sticking to an idea. I love your blog and read it often.
heavenwildfleur5th November 2010 at 4:34 pm
Thank you for sharing all these wonderful links, goodies and news with us 🙂 keep it up, and the app looks awesome!!
Lorna Syson8th November 2010 at 1:27 pm
For some reason this wet Monday midday is making me very confused! So glad I've got back into twitter this morning else I would have missed all of this!
Keep me updated with the great posts via twitter/facebook!
Anonymous8th November 2010 at 2:11 pm
Really nice blog! How exciting to see that I am not the only one absolutely crazy for the interior design! x
Larissa marklew8th November 2010 at 5:19 pm
I have just started out in the world of interior design and this would be a great app to have on my iPhone. I love reading your blog and it was so interesting to hear the feedback on the design debate, really interesting points made, especially as my main background is within the fashion industry, Larissa.
Azure Elizabeth8th November 2010 at 5:21 pm
I think this is exciting! It would have been fun to hear Kelly Hoppen Speak on this. Fashion is fun but not as relevant to my business. We need better resources and support form other designers.
Amy Bytzek8th November 2010 at 6:03 pm
Great contest idea – definitely need some interior design related apps – I am honestly surprised there aren't more. Great blog!
Arianna9th November 2010 at 12:43 pm
Thanks for all the lovely feedback regarding social media in the interior design world. One thing for sure is we need it to improve so its great to have high profiled designers supporting this! It's a great start! Thanks to all those that have entered and I can now announce the winner is Jennifer Francini…well done xxx
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