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theFashionSpot grows from magazine editorial archive to full-fledged fashion portal

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Are you a follow theFashionSpot, a hugely popular website that gained its credence in the fashion world through its highly extensive archive of magazine editorials from nearly every respectable publication in the world? Well, tFS’s concept of bringing a digital copy of the latest fashion visuals to your computer screen is soon changing to keep up with the new standards of online fashion publishing.

theFashion (, the web’s largest fashion-focused community and fashion editorial site, has embarked on a full site relaunch that showcases high-fashion content through inventive imagery and a clean luxurious design backed by major retail brands as sponsors.

Debuting a number of new features, each one conveys the authority of tFS through influential authors and industry leaders, along with sponsorships that allow advertisers to align their brands with award-winning content.

With its refreshed image-focused layout and user-friendly display of the most up-to-date trends, theFashionSpot’s renewed design is built to entice readers to explore the site’s deep content. Notable features include the revamped Love List, as well as the debut of the Life section and the new Hot on the Spot, serving up the hottest content from theFashionSpot. The popular TFS Forums and Buzz blog have also received a full transformation with a completely updated look and feel.

“We couldn’t be more pleased with theFashionSpot’s relaunch,” said Rebecca Schmitt, Vice President and General Manager of TotallyHer Media, publisher of theFashionSpot. “From the clean and chic design, to our editorial model influenced by our community and social integrations, everything about the evolved site reflects who we are—and the authority of TFS within the fashion world.”

To celebrate the relaunch, TFS has appointed superstar stylist Nicole Chavez as the guest editor for the month of May sharing her expertise in fashion and style. Nicole covers burning fashion topics such as how to make it as a stylist, her favorite celebrity red carpet moments, what she’s wearing and wanting this spring, and much more.

“This redesign allows us to offer advertisers even more sponsorship opportunities to engage with our loyal following, while positioning their brands next to theFashionSpot’s award-winning content,” said Scott Silverstein, Senior Vice President of Sales for TotallyHer Media.

To experience the redesigned TFS please visit

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