Welcome to click click, the sporadic review of what I find worth clicking on the internet.
Just a brief clip from a game of fashion blogger mad libs I played with Fashionist. Oh yes, I can be a little bit facetious!
- It’s OK for intellectual feminists to like fashion – Lucie is a favourite follow on twitter for sharing a wide range of clickworthy links covering the gamut from fashion to politics, and her blog featuring her fashion writing serves up truly satisfying, smart observations.
- GigiLaFaux – my dear friend, Rags and Mags co-conspirator, and giver of great advice Carolyn Rohaly is blogging again.
- Clothes Made from Used Blow-Up Dolls – eeewwwwww.
- How Charlie Sheen is Giving Us What We Want – it’s not without a little distaste that I bring up the C-word on my site, but this perceptive article isn’t about Sheen wasting his celebrity – it’s about the true nature of modern celebrity. Cheers @sarahlyndsay.
- How Rachel Zoe Bacame Hollywood’s Most Powerful Fashion Player – if you’re like me, after that you’ll want to read about a great example of what is possible when celebrity is well invested.
- Le jour d’avant – three substantial clips from a french documentary about the day before the Proenza Schouler show – the narration is all in french but all the action is in English.
- Balanced on Fashion’s Wobbly Pedestal – for all of you who dream of designing at the top, that road is paved with politics, pressure, and outrageous expectations.
- Getting Over Getting Screwed – the brilliant Danielle LaPorte talks about reinvention and going solo.
- Personal Branding 101 for the Fashion Industry – one of the brightest young fashion bloggers out there, Annching Wang takes on a timely topic and says something about me which I found tremendously humbling and validating:
I’ve never met Danielle Meder of FINAL FASHION but have had the pleasure of reading her blog since she was a Ryerson fashion student. Danielle’s brand is one that seems to be a natural extension and progression of who she is, and that’s someone who is raw and curious. Her blog is reflective of independence and journey.
Tip o’ the top hat to incoming linkers and commenters for making my website a little richer.
- Design You Trust – “hourly-updated and one of the world’s famous collective design blogs”
- Porcelain Pony – “A girl who acts older than she looks.”
- Pose+Poise – “one can only attain so much luxury when they are poor working university students.”
- Strawberry Mist – “Fashion and pure awesomeness.”
- the musings of ondo lady – “a slice of global pop culture at your fingertips”
- Clothes Line Finds – catches up with me =)
- Panda & Crumpet – “We like boys.”
- Cha Cha Handbags – “No two handbags are exactly alike. Each piece is made in Canada.”
- Sabrina Chin – “these diverse experiences and scenery have helped shape her artistic vision.”