Fashion Gone Rogue was created in 2008 to highlight editorials, campaigns and fashion models. Since then it has gone on to cover other facets of the industry including news, collections and style. Through the years, Fashion Gone Rogue has also been featured in the pages of Industrie, Elle Mexico, Vogue China, Foam Magazine and other notable publications.
Fashion Gone Rogue currently accepts submissions. If you think your work fits on the site, then please send an email. While we try to respond to as many e-mails as we can, not every inquiry will receive a response.
The ideal size for submissions is 800 pixels wide. Convert your images for the web (colors may shift if not converted correctly) as RGB. Include team credits:
Publication Name (please specify if it’s a foreign edition) & Issue Date:
Please also include a press release or inspiration for the collection if sending a lookbook.
I’m a photographer, stylist, etc. and want my credit removed from a shoot because it does not reflect my work, how can I do this?
Due to our small staff and the amount of submissions received, we make it a policy to not edit old entries unless a credit is wrong (i.e. a name is misspelled, a statement is not correct). While we understand that talent does not want their name attached to certain works, FGR is not a personal portfolio nor do we present the site as such. If you don’t want your credit included in an editorial, campaign, etc. please let the client know as 90% of the work featured is sent directly from the source.
Who is Fashion Gone Rogue ran by?
FGR was created by its founder Joanna in 2008 and has regular contributions by others.
Where do images come from?
Images come from a variety of sources, ranging from sourced blogs and forums to images received directly from the source, whether it is a photographer, stylist or modeling agent, etc.
How should I source the site?
A link to the Fashion Gone Rogue homepage will suffice.
Why should I source the site?
While it is not apparent, it takes a lot of time to gather and edit images, from coloring and cropping to the actual uploading and posting. Source links are greatly appreciated.
But do you source?
Images are always sourced with a working link. If a set of images are not sourced, the images came directly from the photographer, stylist, label’s website, etc.
What is Fashion Gone Rogue’s Comment Policy?
All visitors to the site are welcomed to express their thoughts/feelings on the work featured. However, comments will be removed if they do the following:
Ad Hominem attacks
Use of excessive caps lock
Racist, homophobic or sexist remarks
Going off topic
Enlisting spam or solicitation (one link to your site in a signature is acceptable, two or more is excessive)
How did the site begin?
Fashion Gone Rogue was created as the female alternative to The Fashionisto.
How can I advertise on the site?
Send an email and we will send our media kit with rates.
Unless solicited, any addition to mass e-mailing lists will be automatically removed and/or marked as spam.