I love learning. I believe education is everything. I also believe in sharing interesting information whenever I can. Everyday on my Twitter @ShelbyShelly I curate my picks of the day and share them on there. There are a good few websites that I filter through and here is just a sample of that list. If you have any other suggestions, please let me know, as I said, I am always eager to learn more!
Disneyrollergirl launched in 2007 as an ‘anonymous fashion insider’ blog while Navaz I was a full time fashion director on a magazine in London. Now, as a freelance fashion editor and consultant, the blog is her place to ‘empty my head’ of all the things she sees, hear and think about on her daily fashion beat as well as a showcase for some of her work. TWITTER @Disneyrollrgirl
Fashion Indie: Fashion Indie blogs is fashion news based and includes interviews with designers, new business collaborations, and recent trends. TWITTER – @fashionindie
The Fashionisto: Get news from the men’s fashion world here. TWITTER – @thefashionisto
Catwalk Queen: This is a great YouTube channel but the blog also features the latest campaigns, party shots, celebrity style news, and collections from high-profile fashion insiders.TWITTER – @catwalkqueen
Fashion Foie Gras: A personal favourite, this blog is great for fashion news of the moment. TWITTER – @fashionfoiegras
Alex Loves: Get designer and industry interviews from Alex on this blog. Great insider! TWITTER – @alexxxje
JC Report: I LOVE this American website. You can get the style and fashion news daily from around the world here.
SHOWstudio Blog: Often the first to innovate online, SHOWstudio is Nick Knight’s project which has involved live streaming of photo shoots and interviews. This innovative fashion and tech company blogs about its latest projects and it also has some amazing videos on it’s YouTube account. TWITTER – @SHOWstudio
Business of Fashion: Published and edited by Imran Amed, 34, businessoffashion.com provides daily analysis of the fashion headlines and has features on emerging talent. They host some great live interviews, most recently with Jefferson Hack of Dazed Digital fame. It also curates news stories from off the internet. TWITTER – @_BoF_
Drapers or Drapers Blog Industry website for for fashion jobs, fashion news and the latest fashion trends as well as international catwalk coverage and fashion videos. It is a restricted site as it does require a subscription, but you can read the headlines. TWITTER – @Drapers
Fashion Monitor All the latest fashion and beauty contacts, news and events for media, PR and communications professionals – updated daily. Again, this is subscription based. TWITTER – @Fashion_Monitor
The Diary Directory I regularly use this for industry information. It provides a link between busy journalists, editors, public relations consultants, publishers, advertising agencies, exhibition organisers, model agencies, photographers, hair & make-up artists and cosmetic & fragrance houses. TWITTER – @DiaryDirectory
The Sartorialist: One of the most famous street style photographers, everyone stops to be shot by this guy! His Fashion Week pictures are vivid and his general street style photos are artistically styled. He recently produced a book on his ‘best of’ images’. TWITTER – @sartorialist
Garance Dore: Schuman’s other half, Garance Dore, blogs from Paris and shares beautiful shots from the street, photo shoots, and more. She s also a talented illustrator and has featured in Vogue. TWITTER – @garancedore
The Imagist: Browse high-quality photos from fashion shows, art openings, fashion parties and more. TWITTER – @imagist
Kingdom of Style: Queen Marie and Queen Michelle are street style and personal style photographers who document their favorite pieces and creations here. Great personal approach to fashion.
Street Peeper: This is a network of street style with inspiring looks from London, Tokyo, New York, Paris, Sydney and more. TWITTER – @mrstreetpeeper
Le Fashion: This fashion photography blog mixes vintage editorials and ads with current party pics, editorials and more. TWITTER – @_lefashion_
Vanessa Jackman: Scroll through beautiful shots of fashion insiders and everyday people who just happen to dress well. TWITTER – @VanessaJackman
Inside Out: Topshop lets readers in on what goes on behind the scenes here. It’s one of the best branded blogs out there.
WWDb: The blogs from the MECCA of fashion, Women’s Wear Daily, focus on retail news, fashion and media, and the latest from the designers.TWITTER – @womensweardaily
The Cut: Another favourite of mine. New York Magazine’s The Cut shares fashion, modeling and media news from NYC and around the world with its signature biting but light-hearted style. TWITTER – @thecutblog
The Vogue Blog: Follow British Vogue fashion editors around parties, designer studios, showcases, and other events to learn about the industry and who’s being touted as the next biggest talent. Henry Holland and Alexa Chung feature as bloggers in their hub. TWITTER – @vogue_london or @VogueUSA
Interview Fashion: Interview magazine’s cutting edge aesthetic takes to the web in this blog. LOVE LOVE LOVE Interview magazine. TWITTER – @InterviewMag
Nylon Fashion: This American based fashion blog is a favorite for everyday girls and fashion insiders alike. Find lookbooks, model news and creative editorials. More commerical than Interview/Dazed/i-D etc. TWITTER – @NylonMag
The Moment: The NYT’s T Magazine blog The Moment combines fashion, high culture, beautiful design and art here. This is a great blog particularly around fashion weeks. TWITTER – @themoment
W Edtors’ Blog: W magazine’s editors share their favorite products, lines and interviews on this blog. TWITTER – @wmag
LOVE: LOVE magazine is Katie Grand’s baby. The blog acts as to facilitate more coverage, video and photos here. TWITTER – @LOVEmagazine
Tank: Get behind-the-scenes photos and coverage from Tank magazine. Another great blog from a magazine.
Bazaar Blog: A high pedigree blog, it gives you access to all the most fabulous fashion and style events around the world.
Flare Fashion Blog: Canada’s fashion editors at Flare share news and favorites here. TWITTER – @FLAREmagazine
Purple Diary: I personally love the magazine and it’s blog is just the same, controversial. Think Vice magazine but more sleek, sexy and fashionable. TWITTER – @purplediary
Karl Lagerfeld’s Guide to Life: Gottal love this, it’s a blogby the “fake Karl” is full of hilarious faux-musings by an impersonator of the iconic designer Karl Lagerfeld. TWITTER – @fakekarl
A Shaded View on Fashion: Highly regardded fashion journalist Diane Pernet’s got a unique look, and you won’t want to miss her inside look at the industry on her blog. She has some incredible interviews on here and often first hand industry insider information.
Fred Butler Style: A fantastic British designer. Fred Butler shows off innovative and creative style and inspiration here.
Fashion Editor-at-Large: If you love Grazia then you’ll love this blog. Grazia editor-at-large Melane Rickey and her team run this blog. She’s also Mary Portas other half!
Diane’s Diary: One of the most popular designers online, Diane von Furstenberg blogs about her travels, unending projects and inspirations here. She has thousands of followers on her Twitter account too!
FTape: An online directory with a database of models and their agencies. They also feature the front cover to magazines which I love to peruse through! They have also just launched their ‘Model Wall’ too! TWITTER – @ftape
Modelinia Blog: If you want news about iconic models (old and new) than this is THE blog for you!
Models Blog: If you want to know what life is like for a model then check this out, you can find out what models are up to next on this blog.
L.A. Models: This blog from L.A. Models, New York Model Management and other agencies features new faces, editorials, ads, and more. Great for research.
Ford Models Blog: Get model interviews and features on this blog from Ford Models.
Elite London: Modeling agency Elite London posts news and more here.
Next Model Management: Watch behind-the-scenes videos and learn about model campaigns for girls like Abbey Lee and Karlie Kloss.
Women Paris Blog: Women showcases some of its top models in street style photos and more.
Who What Wear: This is a hugely popular blog. It highlights the models, celebrities and fashion players who have the best personal style and set the trends for designers and the public alike.
Refinery29: FANTASTIC SITE!! In addition to fashion news, you’ll find creative collages and opinions on of-the-moment trends. TWITTER – @refinery29
Fabsugar: Preview new editorials, play games and keep up with celebrity fashion and shopping here.
Stylelist: AOL’s fashion and style site includes beauty news and how-to-wear-it guides for real women.
FashionIsing: Analyze editorials, learn about models, and find fashion and style inspiration in new places when you follow this blog.
Denimology: If you love denim or are inspired by relaxed style, check out Denimology for celebrity shots, editorials and ad campaigns featuring premium jeans.
Demode: This blog posts “fashion for bravehearts,” or daring trends and photos from beauty and fashion.
Fashionaire: Fashionaire is simply a blog for people who are passionate about fashion and the people in the industry.
Go Fug Yourself: The Fug Girls have branched out from Fashion Week coverage and now critique everything in the fashion industry. Consider their posts cheeky lessons and what’s hot and what should never have happened. I love following these ladies during NY Fashion Week!
The Purse Blog: Handbag designers will learn about new products and designs from this regularly updated blog.
Fashion Industry Network: Check this group site for videos, photos and blogs from fashion and beauty professionals and enthusiasts.
The Fashion Spot: These fashion forums are often the first place new editorials and fashion gossip are shared. It’s also a great resource for learning about the industry.
Style Hive: Read the blogs on Style Hive for all kinds of fashion favorites, including new bag designs, upcoming designers, and clever accessories.
Coolspotters: Log into Coolspotters for an easy way to identify what’s on everyone’s favorites list.
My Style: The blog for this style network offers fashion tips, magazine recaps, celebrity-favored trends, and more.
Style Bakery: This style and shopping blog answers questions, shares daily picks and more.
BryanBoy: BryanBoy is a great follow for cutting edge arts, media and fashion insight. He’s quite comical too, particuarly with his tweets! TWITTER – @Bryanboy
Sea of Shoes: Dallas-based Jane Aldridge and her uber-fashionable mom are inspirations for designers, stylists and middle American teens, too. Check out her blog for ideas on how to piece together vintage and serious designer duds. TWITTER – @Seaofshoes
Style Bubble: Find inspiring collages, photo shoots, and an honest personal style journey from Style Bubble.
00 o 00: This beautifully shot blog comes with loads of recommendations and focuses on men’s high fashion and also the business side of the fashion industry.
Coco’s Tea Party: Get the best from the fashion world that’s inspiring this young blogger, including magazine covers, “mini trends” and more.
The Clothes Whisperer: This type-A fashionista is all about starting the conversation when it comes to art, shopping and fashion.
Coquette: Get “fashion and digital style” from Coquette.
Independent Fashion Bloggers: Visit this site for quality blog posts on DIY fashion, design tips, fashion school, trends, internships, and a lot more.
mademoisellerobot.com A Fashion & Lifestyle blog created by Laëtitia Wajnapel, a Parisian journalist now living in London. It receives More than 100,000 unique users per month.The popularity of her blog encouraged her to create a personal styling website, mademoisellestyle.co.uk. TWITTER – @MelleRobot
stylesalvage.blogspot.com Style Salvage is an open discussion conducted by two friends, Steve and EJ, on how men could (and should) dress. Started back in June 2007, the blog aims to showcase emerging and established design talent. It features style commentary, interviews with designers, journalists and shop owners mixed in with the occasional easy DIY project and personal style shot. TWITTER – @StyleSalvage
Motherboard TV Motherboard is your friendly guide to future culture, full of queries and conversations dedicated to human progress, innovation and discovery, with an emphasis on the human. (But we’d like to make it clear that we have nothing against the robots.)
Wired UK Wired.co.uk launched in March 2009 to bring you the stories, people and ideas that are changing our day-to-day world. Our teams of editors in London and around the globe aim to bring you the most important, interesting and inspiring news and features, 24/7. I absolutely visit this site daily, and always treat myself to a printed copy when I’m travelling to and from London at the airport. Ok, that and Rolling Stone.
Dazed Digital Agenda-setting editorial, world-beating fashion, brilliant photography and illustration, unrivalled music and film coverage, headline-grabbing events, distribution in over 40 countries, and with admirers and imitators across the globe – Dazed & Confused has come a long way since its first steps in the early 90s. But above all, it’s still proud to be independent.
TED talks I’m an ideas gal, and Mother always told me that the brain is the bank account. Now, if you don’t believe that, you should probably check out this website. Its FILLED with highly inspirational, motivational, funny and educational talks. There’s some fashion focused ones too!
The Huffington Post UK The Huffington Post has always been a favourite of mine, very much a daily destination. It recently launched its UK version of the site. You can view some of their own original content on there or it is also great for a curated view of the news.
The FT’s Luxury 360 microsite The FT’s new online hub for creative and commercial coverage of the luxury goods industry, featuring news, views and special reports.
Lost at E Minor Creatives will love this website. Lost At E Minor is an online publication of inspiring art, design, music, photography and pop culture. We take our low brow sensibilities and mash them up with the grittier elements of high brow culture to shine a discerning light on the exciting expressions of creativity that our team of writers discover
GOOD GOOD is a collaboration of individuals, businesses, and nonprofits pushing the world forward. Since 2006 they’ve been making a magazine, videos, and events for people who give a damn. Very inspirational.
Fashions Collective Those who are interested in everything happening in digital and fashion should make this website a daily visit of theirs. Its a resource for fashion and luxury brand marketers, Fashion’s Collective is one-part publication, one-part consultancy.
The Creators Project Its a is a global network dedicated to the celebration of creativity, culture and technology.
Creative Review is the leading magazine for visual communication. Looking for visual inspiration, this is where you might get it. Great design inspiration.
NOWNESS is the digital leader in luxury storytelling. Each day, NOWNESS showcases an exclusive premiere of the most inspiring stories influencing contemporary culture and global lifestyle, previewing the latest in fashion, gastronomy, art, film, music, design, travel and sport. I absolutely love almost every video on this website.
FashionalyMarketing s a blog about retail and digital media. Our site’s goal is to make technology understandable by teaching our readers how to use social technologies to better market their products, build brand awareness, engage customers and drive revenue from online marketing strategies.
PSFK Your go-to source for new
ideas and inspiration. Great for videos too!
Dezeen promises to bring you a carefully edited selection of the best architecture, design and interiors projects from around the world before anyone else.