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Clicking through thousands of fashion- and design-related blogs can be torturous, mostly because there are too many of them. The Cut, New York magazine's fashion news blog, is her touchstone.
"It's my go-to source for fashion news," she says. And just because it's written by a New York publication doesn't mean it's too localized. Wesley Hartwell, the creative director of NOBODY denim,Cheap TOMS, counts it as a top daily read. Created in 2002 by former modeling agent Jason Campbell, the site is known for featuring up-and-coming designers and trends.
While The Cut, The Cool Hunter and JC Report bring insiders news,toms shoes for men, product-driven sites like A Continuous Lean. offer inspiration to consumers looking to improve their personal style.
Fashion showroom owner Michael Williams started A Continuous Lean. in 2007 as a way to promote his business by musing on his favorite things. The site, recommended by menswear designers Simon Spurr and Yigal Azrou features niche American-made products--like buffalo-plaid jackets from Bemidji Woolen Mills in Northern Minnesota--and nostalgic imagery, such as photographs from the Life magazine archives. Spurr also likes Kempt, a men's style and grooming blog that's a spin-off of the popular e-newsletter Urban Daddy. Kempt's recent features include a sneak peek of menswear designer Billy Reid's latest collection and a look at cult music favorite Daniel Johnston's iPhone app, which is a puzzle game that features Johnston's music and art.
Home- and product-design blogs also range from the informative to the inspirational. New York-based artist Todd Selby's year-old blog The Selby, which features photographs, paintings and videos of the homes and workspaces of scenesters like Toms Shoes founder Blake Mycoskie,TOMS sale, has become a must-read for creative types, including Azrou
For those seeking practical posts on interior design, consider Apartment Therapy, says Ellen Lupton, curator of contemporary design at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York. One of the site's most popular columns,TOMS outlet online, "Living In," is also one of its newest. Written by contributing editor Amy Merrick, each post is based on an iconic film, such as The Godfather or The Remains of the Day. Merrick features a roundup of products--including textiles, furniture and knickknacks--inspired by images from the film.
While something like Design Sponge appeals to a broader audience--it reaches 45,000 unique readers each day, not bad for a blog run by one person--hyper-focused style blogs (that sometime delve into the realm of geeky) garner a smaller but devoted audience. "It's an important site for typography designers," says Lupton.
But for those just in search of a little style savvy, a good blog to start with is photographer Scott Schuman's The Sartorialist. Started in 2005, Schuman's images of street style in the world's major metropolitans has attracted fans like Paris Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld and Donna Karan (he shot her fall 2009 DKNY advertising campaign).
Indeed, each of these blogs offers the reader something of value, whether it's little-known info on a niche subject or big-picture inspiration. "As a professional working in this space," says Ziv, "there are plenty of unique sites to learn from."
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