Welcome to click click, the sporadic review of what I find worth clicking on the internet.
- The Logic of Stupid Poor People – I was so excited to read this article, because this topic is rarely spoken of with the empathy it deserves. Fashion is a tool – a trick even – available to the disenfranchised to allow them to transcend the adversity they deal with. The most flamboyant and the most rigorous style cultures often come from where you’d least expect them, and there’s good reasons for it.
- An Interview With Richard Gray – I love reading a fashion illustrator interview a fashion illustrator, because I know they will ask the questions I want to know answers to. This is a great example.
- The Beautiful Faces of Makeup Artist Pat McGrath – excellent profile documenting the career and working style of this incredible, influential makeup artist.
- Interview: Philip Treacy – wonderful, emotional interview with the celebrated milliner on his dream client, Isabella Blow.
- Clayton Cubitt – stumbled across this photographer and admire both his work and the way he thinks.
- Fashion and Sewing Pattern History – terrific four part series on the history – both ancient and recent – of home sewing patterns, which is tied very closely to the emergence of both fashion illustrations and fashion magazines as well.
Karma because you make me =)
- Miriam versus Monster – “I am the Monster. The Monster is I.”
- The Make Den – “Sewing is our passion, and we can’t wait to share our studio with you!”
- CarmencitaB – “On Sewing / A propos de Couture”
- Life.Style.Fun – “Anita Pukši?, 23, Slovenia”
- Jessica Rose – “The resurrection of romance.”
- look-scout – “scouting tomorrows fashion”
- fashionassist – “embracing femininity”