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The Chanel Metiers d'Art 2012 show, held today in at Linlithgow Palace in West Lothian, Scotland, has just concluded. The palace was the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots and Karl Lagerfeld decided to hold the show outdoors there amid all kinds of wintery drama, but if you were hoping to get a vicarious front-row seat via Twitter and Instgram, you probably didn't get to see much. As one disappointed follower wrote:
Here's a round up of Twitter and Instagram photos produced by some of the fashion industry's most-respected sources and published via the official Twitter accounts of media outlets like Elle UK, the Vogue Brasil, and the London Times. You be the judge.
TwitPic published by ElleUK
Another Elle UK shot.
@InStyle_Eilidh shot this one.
Courtyard shot, from the London Times Fashion Twitter account.
Instagram image published by Vogue Brasil
What do you think? Are and blurry iphone pics and on-the-fly Instagram photos giving you a sense of what's happening in real time? Or are they clogging up your feeds with content you don't want to see? Speak you mind in the comments.
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