May 14, 2010
click click – 14-05-10
Welcome to click click, the sporadic roundup of what I find worth clicking on the internet.
Deeply Superficial posted a terrific fashion editorial from Teen Vogue – I dig the styling too, all those washed out colours, more is more is more, and of course, boots.
- This post by Bargainista is just one of many conversations about disclosure happening on the internet. It’s like the wild west out here in fashion blog-land – and as Deeply Superficial points out, also in mag-land.
- A must-watch interview with The Business of Fashion and Dazed editor Jefferson Hack. Hack is a very perceptive man, and its neat to hear him echo some of my own theories about the ascendancy of authorship over branding.
- Fashion design graduates are having a hard time finding jobs, and the advice from fashion schools is to take unpaid internships or to stay in school for post-grad. Because fashion schools totally have your best interests in mind. No conflict of interest there.
- I suppose that instead of finding a job you could start your own line, of course even if you are a legend it doesn’t guarantee any sort of financial stability.
- This professor places the blame for the decline of financial stability on the ivory towers he works in. Now here is a professor with some credible advice.
- On the Glam is a cute new fashion blog that tackles some of the less glamourous fashion questions.
- Here’s a huge tangential subsection of fashion blogging that I was totally unaware of – haul videos.
Karma-rama for all my interfriends,
- Love for paper dolls crosses all language barriers, this Italian site likes my dolls.
- Karen’s Paper Dolls are super-cute too.
- Fashionist – wish this fellow had an about page, and that reminds me of the Fashioniste, image curator extraordinaire.
- mocha-soy-whippy – “Twenty-something girl with an potentially unhealthy obsession with handbags and dreaming about things I can’t afford.”