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About This Site

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, shopping and celebrity 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.

How can I submit my work?

We are happy to highlight works. However, we can not guarantee that work will be featured or receive a response due to the large amount of submissions we receive. If you think your work belongs on the site, use this email.

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:
For Editorials
Photographer:
Publication Name (please specify country, if it has multiple editions) & Issue Date:
Stylist:
Model:
Hair:
Makeup:
Additional credits:

For Lookbooks/Campaigns
Label:
Season:
Photographer:
Stylist:
Hair:
Makeup:
Additional credits:
Please also include a press release or inspiration for the collection if sending a lookbook.

General Questions

What email should I send general inquiries to?
Use this email for all general inquiries.

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 emailing lists will be automatically removed and/or marked as spam.

153 thoughts on “Frequently Asked Questions”

  1. The Alexa rank for this website is incredible. How does does effect what you post and who sell ad space to?

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  2. The Alexa rank for this website is incredible. How does does effect what you post and who sell ad space to?

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  3. The Alexa rank for this website is incredible. How does does effect what you post and who sell ad space to?

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  4. i have an impression that many posts are missing (i guess it's because of your recent problems with the server). are they coming back?

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  5. i have an impression that many posts are missing (i guess it's because of your recent problems with the server). are they coming back?

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  6. i have an impression that many posts are missing (i guess it's because of your recent problems with the server). are they coming back?

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  7. When I copy the image url and paste it into “add images” on blogger, it doesnt seem to work. Am I missing a trick here??!!

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  8. When I copy the image url and paste it into “add images” on blogger, it doesnt seem to work. Am I missing a trick here??!!

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  9. When I copy the image url and paste it into “add images” on blogger, it doesnt seem to work. Am I missing a trick here??!!

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  10. Hi, Fantastic site. I was reading your page on Masha and my attention had be brought to the fact that I haven't been credited. You cite Alexander McQueen, Rick Owens and John Galliano, but in fact the second-to-last image with the studded spikes is by me (Kim Choong-Wilkins). It's a bit missleading. Would you kindly be able to alter this. Many thanks and sorry to be a nuisance. Kim

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    • I do not understand how it is misleading…I usually only name two or three labels in each post. Additionally, I only had the credits for the first few images.

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    • I do not understand how it is misleading…I usually only name two or three labels in each post. Additionally, I only had the credits for the first few images.

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  11. Hi, Fantastic site. I was reading your page on Masha and my attention had be brought to the fact that I haven't been credited. You cite Alexander McQueen, Rick Owens and John Galliano, but in fact the second-to-last image with the studded spikes is by me (Kim Choong-Wilkins). It's a bit missleading. Would you kindly be able to alter this. Many thanks and sorry to be a nuisance. Kim

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  12. Hi, Fantastic site. I was reading your page on Masha and my attention had be brought to the fact that I haven't been credited. You cite Alexander McQueen, Rick Owens and John Galliano, but in fact the second-to-last image with the studded spikes is by me (Kim Choong-Wilkins). It's a bit missleading. Would you kindly be able to alter this. Many thanks and sorry to be a nuisance. Kim

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    • I do not understand how it is misleading…I usually only name two or three labels in each post. Additionally, I only had the credits for the first few images.

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  13. Hi there, realy enjoy your site! I am subscribed to the RSS feed on the site, and since today I noticed it isn't linking to the articles. Thought I should let you know!

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  14. Hi there, realy enjoy your site! I am subscribed to the RSS feed on the site, and since today I noticed it isn't linking to the articles. Thought I should let you know!

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  15. Hi there, realy enjoy your site! I am subscribed to the RSS feed on the site, and since today I noticed it isn't linking to the articles. Thought I should let you know!

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  16. Sorry, I don't know where should I put it to, so I just comment here.
    I just want to say thank you.
    Thanks for all your hard work to keep this amazing website running!
    I love your website so much!
    I always read your blog posts.
    Keep it up!
    Have a great day. 🙂

    Best wishes,
    Rainbow

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      • Like this site? I LOVE IT!! Everyday I enjoy every post.. I prefer reading every little thing in fashiongonerogue than studying for school!! I think your work is incredibly well done, and I admire you a lot. I can dare to say that fashiongonerogue it’s my favourite fashion site, thanks for all the great work done.

        Greetings from Chile, Micaela.

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  17. Sorry, I don't know where should I put it to, so I just comment here.
    I just want to say thank you.
    Thanks for all your hard work to keep this amazing website running!
    I love your website so much!
    I always read your blog posts.
    Keep it up!
    Have a great day. 🙂

    Best wishes,
    Rainbow

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  18. Sorry, I don't know where should I put it to, so I just comment here.
    I just want to say thank you.
    Thanks for all your hard work to keep this amazing website running!
    I love your website so much!
    I always read your blog posts.
    Keep it up!
    Have a great day. 🙂

    Best wishes,
    Rainbow

    Reply
  19. what is the name under your website of the name of the photo shoot for the picture you have on your banner? i would really like to know so i can look at it. i've honestly gone through a 108 pages just to see it. Any help would be great. Thanks in advance

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  20. what is the name under your website of the name of the photo shoot for the picture you have on your banner? i would really like to know so i can look at it. i've honestly gone through a 108 pages just to see it. Any help would be great. Thanks in advance

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  21. what is the name under your website of the name of the photo shoot for the picture you have on your banner? i would really like to know so i can look at it. i've honestly gone through a 108 pages just to see it. Any help would be great. Thanks in advance

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    • The lack of diversity is not something that I actively seek out, it's a result of the industry unfortunately.

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  22. Something I found convenient on your website (while it still had its older layout) was the list of magazines that I could scroll through. I used to look through spreads from magazines I had never heard of. What happened to that option?

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  23. Something I found convenient on your website (while it still had its older layout) was the list of magazines that I could scroll through. I used to look through spreads from magazines I had never heard of. What happened to that option?

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  24. Something I found convenient on your website (while it still had its older layout) was the list of magazines that I could scroll through. I used to look through spreads from magazines I had never heard of. What happened to that option?

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  25. A lot of the categories are incomplete because of the site move back in February. It probably will be a while until the drop down menu or some version of it comes back.

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  26. A lot of the categories are incomplete because of the site move back in February. It probably will be a while until the drop down menu or some version of it comes back.

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  27. A lot of the categories are incomplete because of the site move back in February. It probably will be a while until the drop down menu or some version of it comes back.

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  28. I think it would be wonderful if this site had a section/page devoted to pronounciations (designers, fashion houses, labels, models and photographers).

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  29. I think it would be wonderful if this site had a section/page devoted to pronounciations (designers, fashion houses, labels, models and photographers).

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  30. I think it would be wonderful if this site had a section/page devoted to pronounciations (designers, fashion houses, labels, models and photographers).

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  31. I love your work! I think it definitely requires time and we appreciate that in every post.
    I wanted to know if this is a freelance work you do or if FGR is controlled by a company or magazine?
    Besides that, what did you major on? Fashion journalism maybe? I really love what you do (and would love to work on fashion writing as well), so am curious about this!
    Thanks again!

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  32. I love your work! I think it definitely requires time and we appreciate that in every post.
    I wanted to know if this is a freelance work you do or if FGR is controlled by a company or magazine?
    Besides that, what did you major on? Fashion journalism maybe? I really love what you do (and would love to work on fashion writing as well), so am curious about this!
    Thanks again!

    Reply
  33. I love your work! I think it definitely requires time and we appreciate that in every post.
    I wanted to know if this is a freelance work you do or if FGR is controlled by a company or magazine?
    Besides that, what did you major on? Fashion journalism maybe? I really love what you do (and would love to work on fashion writing as well), so am curious about this!
    Thanks again!

    Reply
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  35. What are your thoughts on people’s comments?
    I particularly refer to critical comments about an editorial’s content, photographer, model, styling, etc that do not go along the lines of “WOW I LOVE THIS, ADORE IT, etc”. but that are rather more serene, sometimes pointing out something that is off, low quality, unsensible etc.
    Does it bother/annoy you?
    I appreciate the effort you take in keeping this site efficient and active, and I’m by default very critical of everything and wouldn’t like you to think I’m unaware of it when I post a comment.

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    • It is perfectly fine to be critical of a story, I think it is a good way for people to learn or get other people’s opinions. However, comments like this is horrible, this sucks, etc. are not helpful and are even rude sometimes. As long as it is constructive (i.e. makeup is too heavy, styling is off) go for it.

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  36. Hi guys!

    I always enjoy your guys works! I am just wondering about the exclusive editorials.
    How people can be part of it? are you guys decided just like normal magazine, like
    which photographer, models, mua, stylist, etc? or someone just try to submit it? and how u guys choose it?

    sorry! if i ask lots of question!

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    • People can submit exclusives at this time and we do reach out to photographers about shooting for the site. It all depends on the quality of the work and if it fits with the site’s aesthetic.

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  37. Well, I’m on computer, browser firefox.
    Is it also normal that every post hasn’t a photo as preview of the content?
    Sobsobsob.

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  38. Also.
    I can’t see anything, there’s just the description of the photoshoot.
    The images are missing.

    Actually I fixed it switching to Internet Explorer, so .. Never mind.

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  39. Is it OK to copy the pictures for your own blog? if you put a link on the pictures to the original publisher ? (pictures from vogue italia linked to vogue.it) ?

    thanks! 😉

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  41. Hi I’m Audrey I’m photographer and I really like this site and I want to know can I show you some of my photos? I want to know what do you think about it and can you post it on this site?

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  42. Any other users reporting issues viewing the FGR site? This is the only page I can view that doesn’t cripple my mac and force both safari and firefox to crash after a few minutes of beachball/inactivity. Thought flash was the culprit but same problem persists after disabling, been this way for a month or so now. Just me?

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    • We are aware that some people can’t access the site and we are working on finding a solution. Please give it a few days.

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  43. Hi I’m a regular visitor to your site, you may have heard this before but I’m running Google Chrome on a mac and every time I go on to FGR it slows down and finally crashes Chrome, just thought you should know. Cheers

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    •  We are aware that some people can’t access the site and we are working on finding a solution. Please give it a few days.

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