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Auntie Fashion tells me that I should spend less time on my needs – duly noted. Lets channel surf.

Rayanne Langdon somehow combines sincerity with public relations – and she’s a dynamo with the internet thing. Quite a nice combination of qualities, I’m looking forward to seeing more of her around fashion blogland and in Toronto.

This Agent Lover Paper Doll is adorable. I want to learn how to make “paper” dolls like that. Even better when the paper dolls come to life.

Meta Filter “discovers” an unusual species – Lady Bloggers. Who knew that friends had things in common? That fashion, personality, self improvement, branding, friendship and creativity are all somehow connected? The more you know!

The outfits are amazing, but what really stopped me in my tracks was the collaged images used for the Ostwalk Helgason lookbook. Thanks to Stylist Stuff for the tip.

Amazing use of GIFs in this creative shoot of Jeremy Laing‘s designs, by photographer Graydon Sheppard.

Tricia of Bits & Bobbins has given birth to a beautiful baby girl. A warm welcome to Poppy Beatrice!

As someone who spends a lot of time in my studio, I completely relate to studio-pride. No matter if it is a one-girl operation or a whole team – us creative-class types believe in making your space reflect your style both in art and business. For the extravagant version, visit This Ain’t No Disco, its Where We Work.

Eduard Erlikh is a fashion illustrator whose work exudes a quality of life drawing. His touch is really light, his techniques are classic but the attitude is of the times. Inspiring.

Magazine sales are flatlining. May the best of the best survive, there’s enough mediocrity on the internet for free already.

Michael Kamen composed my favourite score ever – Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves. I love this interview with him, he exudes passion for his work that really comes through in this simple and emotional score.

Smart ladies I know are turning over new leaves before the leaves turn this year. Eden of Bargainista just launched the Community Divas podcast about her passion for online community building. Ali and the team at Chick Advisor is launching a redesign, and also they have created a whole new video series.

Kingdom of Style hands over the keys to Success in fashion blogging.

Along The Shore is an adorable East Coast Canadian fashion blog – its always nice to see more of those. I found her via incoming link, thank you BeccaJane!

Slave to the Square Wave – saw them live and loved them! Smart, sexy, danceable.

Saul Stienberg – inspiring, modern, brilliant illustration.

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6 thoughts on “pass the clicker box”

  1. He’s not a fashion illustrator, but I’ve been a longtime fan of Toronto illustrator Michael Cho, and when I saw him at FanExpo this weekend (yes, I’m a huge comic book geek), I had a great chat with him. I thought you might want to take a look–love his style, and I’m sure it could be adapted for fashion as well. Scroll down and check out the TS Eliot illustration!

  2. Hey Danielle, Thanks again for telling the final fashion community about Community Divas. I’ve been tossing around the idea of developing a podcast for a while and Connie Crosby is an incredible co-host. As for communities, you created the fabulous former TFBB. Any thoughts of a reunion for core members?

  3. Eden, I’d love to have a reunion… especially since Henna will be moving away soon… but I’ve really dropped the ball, I should have organized it ages ago.

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