Nate's family would pressure him into proposing to his dad's business partner's daughter (again). pic.twitter.com/yz DZt PFS9D— Modern Gossip Girl (@modern_gg) September 18, 2017 8. Gossip Girl would switch from text blasts to Snapchat. Serena's return to New York at the beginning of season one wouldn't be such a huge mystery. Jenny would move to LA to work as Kendall and Kylie's stylist.
The official green light was a mere formality: Schwartz and Savage were off to the races.
We know, we know — Blair tried to model for her mother's clothing line and it was a disaster. Honestly, it's way more discreet, and no one really rides in limos on the regular, anyway. But most importantly, Dan wouldn't have had time to create Gossip Girl, because he'd just be binge-watching Netflix. Hannah Orenstein is the Assistant Features Editor at and the writer of Modern Gossip Girl. Gossip Girl" alt="Blair Waldorf instantly emerged as the Upper East Side's most influential style star with her ultra-girly headbands, mix of patterns and prints, and highly-stylized school girl uniform.
But this is Blair freaking Waldorf we're talking about. Maybe she'd find more success with #ootds on Instagram than the pressures of a traditional photoshoot. Wealthy New York teenager or not, her sense of style inspired all ages.
Today, they want to be models (see: Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid). Lily would be on If you subscribe to the "Gigi Hadid is the real-life Serena van der Woodsen" theory, this isn't even a stretch.20. Because everyone could Facebook-stalk that faker in five seconds flat.23.
Rich and beautiful girls in the 2000s wanted to be socialites (see: Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie). That's way easier than slaving over all those hand-calligraphed Kiss on the Lips party invitations.19. She'd livestream from cool parties, Instagram her #sponcon, and promote her own line of sea salt sprays. The whole Charlie Rhodes/Ivy Dickens thing would never happen.