Lizzie Widdicombe profiles Tavi Gevinson in The New Yorker:
"That I won't be relevant anymore, and then I just won't be able to do things like go to Fashion Week." She went on, "If I lost all my readers tomorrow, I would still blog, just because it's a place for me to get my thoughts down. As I get older, no one will be able to do the 'Can you believe it? This kid's thirteen!' thing. That's fine. I'd rather get attention for any credibility I have, and if I don't get attention at all maybe that will tell me I never had any credibility. In which case I'll just watch the live streams. The main thing is the clothes."
Remember, this was a then fourteen-year-old just having a chat.