1. Do I write about
what you want to read
- or -
what I want to read?
Is it a waste of cyberspace and effort if you don't find it interesting?
... what do you find interesting?
2. Can I be critical and sharp
or will it be considered unprofessional?
Will I alienate people who could potentially be interested in working with me?
A self-inflicted ban from shows at fashion weeks?
(critical and sharp as in "well-meant and argumented criticism"; I'm not interested in other kinds.)
... do i want to be perceived as critical and sharp ... ?
... am i critical and sharp ... ?
You take criticism in no way related to you as a threat I'll criticize you in the future.
"SHE IS A RIVAL! SHE MUST BE DEGRADED!"
when we could collaborate and complement each other instead.
I know this is about your frustration,
not whatever inferiority you accuse me of because I'm a blogger.
This way it only damages you, not me.
3. fashion-wise ;
2. What catches my attention?
1. What deserves my time?
a future fashion journalism postgraduate student should answer this off the top of her head
to excel in motivation letters and interviews
display a brilliant, refined taste and knowledge
New York Fashion Week will be an exercise on setting priorities.
... will i be able to answer these questions then?