Ever heard of haul videos? Ever wished for an online, fashion-only TV channel? Ever thought there was an annoying side to the Olsen twins? Find all your cures in this week's fashion videos.
Very Mary Kate
Mary Kate Olsen impersonator Elaine Carroll attracts hundreds of thousands of views for her short episodes about the fashion-obsessed twin going through her quarter-life crisis.
In "Fight," Mary Kate wants to have a baby to give her life a new meaning.
In "Bodyguard," she harrasses her security guard on his rare day off.
In "Philip Seymour Hoffman," she gets acting classes from an equally hilarious Hoffman impersonator.
Following the beauty tutorial craze on YouTube, there's a new phenomenon becoming increasingly popular, called hauling: these videos mainly consist of girls showing their viewers the contents of their shopping bags from stores such as Forever 21, generating up to several million views per clip. Not everyone agrees with the popularity of these girls, however, due to the 'bragging' nature of the videos, and many of them are attracting almost as many 'hater' as fan comments. Here are the best-known 'haulers:'
Blair (juicystar07) & Elle (allthatglitters21) Fowler were just recently featured on the TV show Good Morning America: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PU8DJ89fZOs
ChanelBlueSatin was the main focus of a recent New York magazine article: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWAc7PJxmds
DulceCandy87 attracts vast numbers of visitors even though her videos can last up to 20 minutes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdVk6ixepDY
The first online channel entirely dedicated to fashion, Fashionair follows stylish people in its 'Seven Days of Chic' series, interviews fashion personalities, and broadcasts shopping and travel guides.
"Seven Days of Chic": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsu385NkKOg
"Style Profile": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5lTGs8lGtI
"Style Diary": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=df7XC76GUkIReuse content