Year after year, more fashion blogs are sprouting like weeds, claiming their place in the blogosphere.
Just because the technology is there to foster this mass growth, doesn’t mean they are equally fabulous in content. And since we know that you have better things to do with your time than browse through a myriad of newcomers as well as the established fashion voices, we did it for you.
Here are the best fashion blogs for 2010:
Created by Elizabeth Spiers (Gawker founder), the site is written in humorous and catchy language. The posts contain fashion news, splurge & steals, of-the-moment designers, adventures in copy wrights, and juicy industry gossip.
Fashion Hippo finds the best deals & steals, provides style tips, celebrity eye candy, and enhances online shopping experience by finding It Things of the Season at the best quality and price from shoes, handbags, shapewear, to beauty and skin care. Search endlessly no more!
This is a street fashion blog created by a former high end fashion buyer turned photographer, Scott Schuman. Scott took interest in photography, hit the streets, and photographed catchy styles on New Yorkers.
Scott travels and documents fashion through photography in different parts of the world: Milan, Moscow, London. He captures unique style and his photos tell a story.
Scott’s images are captivating, his commentary is entertaining, and his blog gets national recognition and a mass following. now writes a column for GQ and guest blogs on Style.com.
4. Refinery 29 – gives an inside scoop on fashion trends, street style, shopping guides, and industry news. They do a great job of preceding each story with collages and mixing humor with quality writing which appeals to both fashionistas and industry professionals.
5. theCut – New York Time’s fashion blog, theCut is a go-to source for of-the-moment news, celebrity style, and designer victories and fiasco s. The writing is casual, but solid as theCut attracts top-notch journalism talent.