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Fashion Magazine is the fastest, most convenient for fashion lover to get all the latest fashion news, tips and pictures.
Take a peek at daily fashion news, fashion trend and style snippets from top fashion and beauty blogs.
Launched in April of 2008, founders Helen Zhu, Corinne Chan and Ricky Ho sought to create a community in which users could finally answer the question “What looks good on you?”
Since then, Chictopia has grown to be the leading online fashion network with over 100,000 registered users and growing. Having been featured in NYLON Magazine as one of the Top 4 Style Sites and named by Women’s Wear Daily one of the sites to watch in 2010, Chictopia is a mecca for inspiration seekers and trendsetters.
Chictopia Style Icons have been featured in Glamour, TeenVOGUE, Women’s Wear Daily, The New York Times, Style.com and many more.
Fashionising.com is a fashion social network and community defining the future of fashion
The internet's largest source of fashion inspiration from real people around the world.
"The Sartorialist" is a fashion blog by Scott Schuman in New York. After leaving a fashion sales position to take care of his daughter in 2005, he began carrying a digital camera around on the streets of New York City, taking pictures of people who had dressed in some way that caught his eye, and then posting them to his blog, sometimes with comments about what he finds. He pioneered fashion photography in blog form.
He describes his philosophy as trying to echo how fashion designers looked at what they saw on the street:
I thought I could shoot people on the street the way designers looked at people, and get and give inspiration to lots of people in the process. My only strategy when I began The Sartorialist was to try and shoot style in a way that I knew most designers hunted for inspiration.
Schuman has taken photos in different locations besides New York, often Paris, London, Florence and Milan when he has gone there for fashion shows. His subjects range from fashion celebrities like Karl Lagerfeld to unidentified regular people. He has found uniforms and dirty work clothes as well as those trying to display their style. He says his inspiration was a picture of a man on an empty street taken by German photographer August Sander.
Schuman began getting other work from serious fashion publications. Condé Nast tapped him to do something similar during Fashion Week in Paris for its style.com website. He also regularly works events for Saks Fifth Avenue, and says French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld has also talked to him about doing something for her magazine.
In 2009, an anthology of Schuman's favourite shots from around the world was published as a book entitled The Sartorialist.
Toronto Street Fashion
Torontostreetfashion.com began in 2005 at the forefront of Canada’s ‘street fashion’ culture. At that time, there were very few online Canadian-related fashion resources and online information about Toronto designers and fashion industry professionals was next to nil. In our first few years building the site, we focused on documenting the unique style of people on our streets; providing a place where industry peeps could connect and generating interest in Toronto’s fashion scene.
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