19/05/2017
The hero we deserve.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

As Merceds-Benz Fashion Week Australia draws to a close, we’ve been blessed with a series taking the piss out of fashion bloggers.

Created by Vita and Michael Carbone, The Real Bloggers of Sydney is “a new satirical series featuring a number of influencers trying to conquer social media one platform at a time.” 

The first episode follows Delilah Hayley-Huges Jones, a self-described Gemini, raw vegan yogi and fashion blogger.

We don’t need to say more than that. Check out the first episode below and follow Delilah’s journey here.

Episode 1 - The Real Bloggers of Sydney - Meet Delilah Hayley-...

#READYFORMYCLOSEUP It’s hard putting into words what a day in my stilettos is really like... but this video sum it up perfectly!! #LIGHTSCAMERAFASHION #HATERSAREGONNAHATE #INFLUENCER #THEREALBLOGGERSOFSYDNEY #FABULOUS #MBFW

Posted by The Real Bloggers of Sydney on Wednesday, 17 May 2017

 

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