Veronica Ferraro: Fashion Blogger from Milan

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Veronica Ferraro
Veronica Ferraro

It is my pleasure to introduce another blogger! This time it is a sweet blonde from Milan. The mere fact of her origin should already make you love her. Who else, if not Italian ladies, can demonstrate great fashion taste? And we have been exposed to so many cases of evidence, so there is really no need to prove this humble hypothesis. So let’s take a look at Veronica’s style and her fabulous outfits. Plus, we can compare her fashion to that of her counterparts.

Veronica Ferraro and Her Gorgeous Style

Veronica Ferraro is 26 years old and she is currently a student of modern literature at the University of Milan. In 2010 she decided to share her fashion sense with the rest of the world and started her own blog, which is called The Fashion Fruit. I love the name a lot, as it creates a link to both food and clothes. And everyone in the universe knows that these are the two things we, ladies, can’t resist at all.

In my blog I post photos of my personal outfits revisiting the trends seen on the catwalk according to my personal taste and offering advice and inspiration to my readers. Within a few months, my work started to be recognized and appreciated by the media. I was invited to Uno Mattina on Rai 1, where I had the opportunity to explain the phenomenon of fashion bloggers and talk about my experience at Pitti Uomo. Later I took part in Style, a fashion program broadcast on Rai 2.

This young lady has achieved a significant success, which is quite surprising, taking into account just the three-year period she’s been engaged in the world of fashion. Well, they say it’s hard to hide the true beauty as well as the talent. This is obviously the case with this blogger. She was featured by Elle Italy, France, Norway and Spain, Grazia, Glamour Italia, Glamour USA, Pambianco magazine, Viva, Marie Claire Italy, Japan Nylon, Vogue Italy, Vogue Girl Korea, Style Stalker, Cosmopolitan, Vanity Fair and on Olivia Palermo blog. A very impressive list, isn’t it?

During 2012 I took part at the New York fashion week to attend Vera Wang, Tibi, Milly, Jill Stuart and Rebecca Minkoff fashion shows, the London Fashion Week to attend the Burberry fashion show, the Paris fashion week to attend the Chanel fashion show and Louis Vuitton fashion show and the Milan fashion week to attend Ermanno Scervino, Max Mara, Byblos, Giorgio Armani, Emporio Armani, Versace, Missoni, Iceberg, Just Cavalli, Pucci, Alberta Ferretti, Dsquared, Alviero Martini fashion shows.

Her blog has reached almost 90.000 unique visitors for month and 700.000 pageviews monthly – isn’t that a proof to what I said above? A gifted lady, all around. Moreover Veronica has collaborated on different occassions with quite a number of brands: Louis Vuitton, Ermanno Scervino, Christian Dior, Salvatore Ferragamo, Asos, Chanel, Ermenegildo Zegna, Fabi, Furla, Galeries Lafayette, G-Star, Hugo Boss, Make Up For Ever, Milly, Diego dalla Palma, Pinko, Rinascimento, Stella McCartney, Stradivarius, Tibi, Tommy Hilfiger, J Brand, 7 for all mankind, True Religion, Missoni, Iceberg, Bulgari, Estee Lauder, Glamour, Galeries Lafayette, Guerlain, Harmont&Blaine, Istituto Marangoni, Kartell, Larusmiani, L’Oréal, Luisaviaroma, Stefanel, Moschino, Oysho, Stradivarius, Peuterey, Rodo, Shu Uemura, Tezenis, Net a Porter, Luisaviaroma, Cesare Paciotti.

Veronica Ferraro is a lady to look up to. She managed to achieve such a tremendous success within a short period of time. I am sure there are some secret tools that she is not willing to share with us. But it’s totally fine. As long as she shows off her fabulous outfits, we have a reason to love the Italian blogger!

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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