10.09 2019 17:15h

YouTube Rolls Out YouTube.com/Fashion

Exciting times for fashion vlogging fans
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Fashion and style content has a special place in our hearts.

The art and creativity portrayed by fashion content creators is appealing and continues to attract a large number of fans - and fashion video content is an example of creativity that has seen great success and is highly appreciated across various social media platforms.

We bet that’s why your favorite video-sharing platform, YouTube, is at work to launch a hub that would feature the best in Fashion and style content.

Introducing... YouTube.com/Fashion

Truth be told, there can never be a dull moment when it comes to fashion content as it has many sides to explore.

YouTube plans to use it as a platform that displays content from key players such as creators and experts in the industry.

According to Social Media Today “. . . in addition to the above viewing stats, YouTube says that between 2014 and 2018, the number of fashion and beauty channels on the platform has grown 6x.”

YouTube.com/Fashion will feature content from celebrities as well as rising stars in the fashion industry. You’ll get all the latest news, trends and “everything fashion” in one place.

Eventually, they intend to localize their content globally, in order to effectively provide the fashion trends relevant to their audience.

We think YouTube.com/Fashion might be a great way to build upon the already existing popularity and we can’t wait to see what’s lined up for their cherished followers.

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.

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