The Ultimate Fashion Website Blogroll

While you’re spring cleaning, you should also be thinking about tidying up all your online spaces, too. Let’s be serious—you’re about to declare RSS bankruptcy because you can’t stand seeing that you have 1,000+ Unreads on your Google Reader. It’s time to re-evaluate and edit down to only the sites whose content you consistently need and, most importantly, want to read. After you’ve re-added Refinery29 ;-), make sure to borrow inspiration from our ultimate blogroll. Got a site or blog we didn’t include? We want to know—just tell us in the comments!
Columnists
Cintra Wilson, Critical Shopper—Cintra’s biting store reviews change the way we think about some of our favorite (and not-so-favorite) shops.
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Cathy Horyn, On The Runway—We love Horyn’s no-bullshit collection reviews and her ability to put what’s on the runways into real context.
Hilary Alexander—Between her interviews, show reviews, and on-point trend reports, Hilary’s Fashion Week coverage is one we obsessively follow.
Lynn Yaeger—Lynn Yaeger’s current seasonal column for The Cut is one of our favorites to read, and her meandering, whimsical style brings a dose of brevity we crave during Fashion Week.
Cerebral
Nowness—Each day, Nowness offers a custom video, series of photos, article, or other nuggets of amazingness that you can’t afford to miss.
Business of Fashion—BoF explores the industry—and all the movers and shakers in it—in a way that’s more about mergers and ideology than models and Ikat prints.
Showstudio—Showstudio is the mecca of fashion film, creating content that explores and celebrates the creative processes of fashion.
Coolhunting—Coolhunting might just be the arbiters of cool—but they’ll lay out their reasoning for you. Look toward this site if you’re into knowing about the Next Big Thing.
Fashion News
The Cut—Covering fashion news, industry gossip, and everything else you want to know, this comprehensive site delivers with a hefty side of snark.
Fashionista—Fashionista pioneered the recognizable, buzzy sort of fashion blogging we all know and love today, and this one is still a must-bookmark.
Fashionologie—Fashionologie has their ears to the ground for late-breaking buzz on the industry, from editrix shuffling to style blogger drama.
Racked—Racked and all its local umbrella sites will have you on top of the fashion shopping scene, day and night.
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Huffington Post—Your one-stop site to survey everything that’s been going on in the fashion sphere that day (including guest posts from yours truly!).
Styleite—Styleite covers all bases with up-to-the-minute info on all things fashion, your favorite style A-listers, and the latest super-hot beauty trends.
Celebrity Style
Red Carpet Fashion Awards— All things celeb fashion; peek into their closets without the distractions of their tabloid-worthy dirty laundry.
Go Fug Yourself—Hilariously witty commentary on failed celeb style, plus more ways to use the word fugly than you could ever imagine.
The Vogue Diaries—A mixture of candid and posed red-carpet photos, and a great resource to concoct your own pap-worthy day and night looks.
Fashion Tips
Who What Wear—Who What Wear promises a daily dose of up-to-date trend reports and styling tips inspired by It Girls, models, and celebs.
P.S. I Made This—Whether you’re trying to re-create a runway trend on a dime or just want a little twist that's not predictable, this DIY site shows you how to reuse materials and create your own accessories and clothing.
Beauty
Into The Gloss—This site features profiles of fashion insiders and their beauty picks, backstage Fashion Week shots, and a smattering of product reviews.
BellaSugar—The beauty blog on the massive Sugar network, this site is heavy on celebrity hair and makeup looks, covers new product launches, throws in some humorous beauty-related slideshows for fun, and has how-to videos, too.
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Style.com’s Beauty Counter—This blog gets tons of exclusives on new launches and covers the luxury angle with new product, backstage beauty, a bit of celebrity, and some travel.
Allure.com—The website-to-print’s “beauty bible,” Allure.com delivers short, resourceful hair and makeup stories, a lot of skincare and anti-aging tips, and covers backstage beauty and trends.
Closet Tours
The Coveteur—The Coveteur looks like a hybrid of a fashion and interior design magazine, featuring interviews with fashion insiders as well as sneak-peeks of their favorite closet essentials, all beautifully styled and snapped.
The Selby—Photographer Todd Selby gives us a more artful, quirky version of Cribs, photographing creative individuals in their personal spaces.
Style Like U—Photos and videos of interviews with stylish people based around their closet and homes, revealing the relationship between style and individuality.
Magazines
Vogue—The grand-momma of glossies is finally online, and its high-impact photos and super-curated content is definitely worthy of an RSS add.
Elle—The innovative team at Elle brings you runway trends, shopping stories, and more (including amazing videos) from their expert team of tastemakers.
Lucky—Lucky Mag brings us the best sales, daily deals, and actual products we want (and can afford!) to buy.
Dazed Digital—The online component of Dazed & Confused, DD covers the full spectrum of indie art, including music, fashion, film, and more in a fun, easy-to-follow format.
W—A must-read for anyone with discerning taste, WMagazine.com is kind of the online version of a very good win
Nylon—Covering music, fashion, events, and the celebs we care about, Nylon’s daily blogs are one of our favorite quick reads.
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Models
Models.com—We can’t get enough of what the leggy, less-than-one-percent of Americans, are up to, and models.com is the go-to site for everything from agencies to the top new faces in the catwalk industry.
Altamira—Altamira features model street style and a behind-the-scenes look at runway shows and A-list fashion events.
Supreme Modeling—Here, you can check out runway images and all the latest news on what the models at Supreme Management are up to.
Modelinia—You'll never fall behind with Modelinia. This site is packed full of fashion and beauty tips from the runway, red carpet, and off the street. As if that wasn't enough, Modelinia also keeps taps on what your favorite models are doing 24/7.
Personal Style Sites
Style Bubble—Her bold color choices and unexpected layering techniques prove this UK blogger is always brave enough to step outside of the typical bubble.
The Style Rookie—She may have considered herself a rookie when she started her blog three years ago, but Tavi, now a cool and intriguing 13-year old, has more fashion cred than most contemporaries in the industry three times her age.
Luxirare—A visit to Luxirare always has us adding her self-designed clothing to our own wish-lists (not to mention her self-made food to our eat-list).
Sea of Shoes—This gorgeous Texan got her start mooning over shoes—Demeulemeester, Prada, you name it—but today, she's a full-fledged personal style pioneer.
Le Blog de Betty—Count on this French blogger to always add a some edge (leather and studs) to her feminine style...no two outfits ever look the same. J’adore!
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Garbage Dress—The only resemblance to garbage in Zana Bayne’s style is the color black, making the dark side look oh-so-inviting.
Street Style
Streetpeeper—One of our fave lensman Phil Oh routinely captures quirky well-dressed lads and ladies all over the world.
Garance Dore—We always get inspiration and look forward to Garance’s daily street portraits and super-personal anecdotes.
Jak&Jil—Tommy Ton’s website is like the Farmer’s Almanac in terms of what’s going to be big in street style. A must-add.
Drop Tokyo—The Japanese are doing their own thing, street-style-wise. A visit to this site is like looking into the future of fashion.
Mr. Newton—As one of our own, we're a little biased towards Mr. Newton's gorgeous shots of fashion girls and non-fashion girls who've got style in spades.
Vanessa Jackman—There’s something poetic about Vanessa Jackman’s photos, which always capture the softer, slowed-down moments of a crazy Fashion Week.
Lookbook.nu—Democratic street style site Lookbook.nu lets you submit your own street style photos for public consumption.
College Style
College Fashion—Practical but still stylish advice for the students who have to juggle school with their sartorial pursuits.
Teen Vogue—We still look toward Vogue’s little sister for fun, off-beat approaches to the high-fashion life.
Men's Fashion Blogs
Kempt—From the UrbanDaddy dudes, you’re always guaranteed to get useful tips ranging from protecting your wingtips in the rain to need-to-have shopping suggestions.
Valet—This site is super-comprehensive, with advice, cultural bits, and well-curated shopping roundups.
Advertisement
Gilt MANual—which menswear editor hasn’t this site poached? We’re not sure, but we’ll turn to them for stories like ‘What’s Next For American Menswear.’
Mr. Porter—More weekly magazine than anything else, we can’t wait ‘til Wednesdays to check out the latest themed “issue,” with stuff on celebs, mint merch, and more in-depth cultural pieces.
A Continuous Lean—We l-o-v-e Michael Williams and his eclectic postings of all “good things.” Lots of beautiful pictures, American labels, and elevated culture.
OOoOO—Covetable wish-lists, celebrity style, and tons of luxury from this Brit lad has us saying ooooh we want it all.
Slam X Hype—Can you say fresh three times fast? Streetwear figures prominently, but all the culture that surrounds it gets a shout-out too.
Women's Lifestyle
Hairpin—From galleries of dead frogs holding martinis to a guide on what you need to know about abortions, The Hairpin is a comprehensive guide to what interesting young women really want to read.
Jezebel—Jezebel covers the best of contemporary lady-related topics, so you’ll find a voting guide to the upcoming elections right underneath an eyeliner how-to guide.
The Frisky—Relationship advice, fashion, celebs, and random miscellany—The Frisky is what cheesy women's magazine content would be like if it was turned on its head and made fresh and interesting.
Humor
Textbook—This Tumblr offers advice, literary inspiration, and random awesome stuff in a don’t-front, you-know-you-love-me fashion.
The Man Repeller—We all fall victim to wearing (and rocking) patently unsexy clothing, and Man Repeller supports our choices with her gut-tickling prose.
Advertisement
Humor Chic—Often featuring familiar faces, including a few of our own, Humor Chic’s original illustrations aren’t afraid to poke fun at fashion’s most ridiculous subjects.
The Blake Wright—We’re not sure if we ever LOL IRL (that’s “laugh out loud, in real life”) as much as we do when reading Blake’s graphic blog.
Personalities
Cup of Jo— Joanna Goddard is often dubbed “Queen of the Blogosphere” with almost 40k followers checking in daily to read her sweet and positive posts. You can’t help but wish you could be her best friend or at least get an invite to her next dinner party.
Cat Party—Reading Cat Party is like having a wine-filled conversation with your friend where you don’t know how you got from one topic to another but you thoroughly enjoyed it.
Hipster Runoff—Hipster Runoff is an acquired taste. Acquire it.
Purple Diary—This photo journal is the next best thing to hanging with Olivier Zham (and, unlike in person, you don’t even have to be naked!).
The Ultimate Fashion Blogroll
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Fashion News
The Cut—Covering fashion news, industry gossip, and everything else you want to know, this comprehensive site delivers with a hefty side of snark.
Fashionista—Fashionista pioneered the recognizable, buzzy sort of fashion blogging we all know and love today, and this one is still a must-bookmark.
Fashionologie—Fashionologie has their ears to the ground for late-breaking buzz on the industry, from editrix shuffling to style blogger drama.
Racked—Racked and all its local umbrella sites will have you on top of the fashion shopping scene, day and night.
Advertisement
Huffington Post—Your one-stop site to survey everything that’s been going on in the fashion sphere that day (including guest posts from yours truly!).
Celebrity Style
Red Carpet Fashion Awards— All things celeb fashion; peek into their closets without the distractions of their tabloid-worthy dirty laundry.
Go Fug Yourself—Hilariously witty commentary on failed celeb style, plus more ways to use the word fugly than you could ever imagine.
The Vogue Diaries—A mixture of candid and posed red-carpet photos, and a great resource to concoct your own pap-worthy day and night looks.
Fashion Tips
Who What Wear—Who What Wear promises a daily dose of up-to-date trend reports and styling tips inspired by It Girls, models, and celebs.
P.S. I Made This—Whether you’re trying to re-create a runway trend on a dime or just want a little twist that's not predictable, this DIY site shows you how to reuse materials and create your own accessories and clothing.
Beauty
Into The Gloss—This site features profiles of fashion insiders and their beauty picks, backstage Fashion Week shots, and a smattering of product reviews.
BellaSugar—The beauty blog on the massive Sugar network, this site is heavy on celebrity hair and makeup looks, covers new product launches, throws in some humorous beauty-related slideshows for fun, and has how-to videos, too.
Style.com’s Beauty Counter—This blog gets tons of exclusives on new launches and covers the luxury angle with new product, backstage beauty, a bit of celebrity, and some travel.

Allure.com—The website-to-print’s “beauty bible,” Allure.com delivers short, resourceful hair and makeup stories, a lot of skincare and anti-aging tips, and covers backstage beauty and trends.
Advertisement
Closet Tours
The Coveteur—The Coveteur looks like a hybrid of a fashion and interior design magazine, featuring interviews with fashion insiders as well as sneak-peeks of their favorite closet essentials, all beautifully styled and snapped.
The Selby—Photographer Todd Selby gives us a more artful, quirky version of Cribs, photographing creative individuals in their personal spaces.
Style Like U—Photos and videos of interviews with stylish people based around their closet and homes, revealing the relationship between style and individuality.
Magazines
Vogue—The grand-momma of glossies is finally online, and its high-impact photos and super-curated content is definitely worthy of an RSS add.
Elle—The innovative team at Elle brings you runway trends, shopping stories, and more (including amazing videos) from their expert team of tastemakers.
Lucky—Lucky Mag brings us the best sales, daily deals, and actual products we want (and can afford!) to buy.
Dazed Digital—The online component of Dazed & Confused, DD covers the full spectrum of indie art, including music, fashion, film, and more in a fun, easy-to-follow format.
W—A must-read for anyone with discerning taste, WMagazine.com is kind of the online version of a very good win
Nylon—Covering music, fashion, events, and the celebs we care about, Nylon’s daily blogs are one of our favorite quick reads.
Models
Models.com—We can’t get enough of what the leggy, less-than-one-percent of Americans, are up to, and models.com is the go-to site for everything from agencies to the top new faces in the catwalk industry.
Altamira—Altamira features model street style and a behind-the-scenes look at runway shows and A-list fashion events.
Supreme Modeling—Here, you can check out runway images and all the latest news on what the models at Supreme Management are up to.
Advertisement
Columnists
Cintra Wilson, Critical Shopper—Cintra’s biting store reviews change the way we think about some of our favorite (and not-so-favorite) shops.
Cathy Horyn, On The Runway—We love Horyn’s no-bullshit collection reviews and her ability to put what’s on the runways into real context.
Hilary Alexander—Between her interviews, show reviews, and on-point trend reports, Hilary’s Fashion Week coverage is one we obsessively follow.
Lynn Yaeger—Lynn Yaeger’s current seasonal column for The Cut is one of our favorites to read, and her meandering, whimsical style brings a dose of brevity we crave during Fashion Week.
Cerebral
Nowness—Each day, Nowness offers a custom video, series of photos, article, or other nuggets of amazingness that you can’t afford to miss.
Business of Fashion—BoF explores the industry—and all the movers and shakers in it—in a way that’s more about mergers and ideology than models and Ikat prints.
Showstudio—Showstudio is the mecca of fashion film, creating content that explores and celebrates the creative processes of fashion.
Coolhunting—Coolhunting might just be the arbiters of cool—but they’ll lay out their reasoning for you. Look toward this site if you’re into knowing about the Next Big Thing.
Personal Style Sites
Style Bubble—Her bold color choices and unexpected layering techniques prove this UK blogger is always brave enough to step outside of the typical bubble.
The Style Rookie—She may have considered herself a rookie when she started her blog three years ago, but Tavi, now a cool and intriguing 13-year old, has more fashion cred than most contemporaries in the industry three times her age.
Advertisement
Luxirare—A visit to Luxirare always has us adding her self-designed clothing to our own wish-lists (not to mention her self-made food to our eat-list).
Sea of Shoes—This gorgeous Texan got her start mooning over shoes—Demeulemeester, Prada, you name it—but today, she's a full-fledged personal style pioneer.
Le Blog de Betty—Count on this French blogger to always add a some edge (leather and studs) to her feminine style...no two outfits ever look the same. J’adore!
Garbage Dress—The only resemblance to garbage in Zana Bayne’s style is the color black, making the dark side look oh-so-inviting.
Street Style
Streetpeeper—One of our fave lensman Phil Oh routinely captures quirky well-dressed lads and ladies all over the world.
Garance Dore—We always get inspiration and look forward to Garance’s daily street portraits and super-personal anecdotes.
Jak&Jil—Tommy Ton’s website is like the Farmer’s Almanac in terms of what’s going to be big in street style. A must-add.
Drop Tokyo—The Japanese are doing their own thing, street-style-wise. A visit to this site is like looking into the future of fashion.
Vanessa Jackman—There’s something poetic about Vanessa Jackman’s photos, which always capture the softer, slowed-down moments of a crazy Fashion Week.
Lookbook.nu—Democratic street style site Lookbook.nu lets you submit your own street style photos for public consumption.
College Style
College Fashion—Practical but still stylish advice for the students who have to juggle school with their sartorial pursuits.
Advertisement
Teen Vogue—We still look toward Vogue’s little sister for fun, off-beat approaches to the high-fashion life.
Men's Fashion Blogs
Kempt—From the UrbanDaddy dudes, you’re always guaranteed to get useful tips ranging from protecting your wingtips in the rain to need-to-have shopping suggestions.
Valet—This site is super-comprehensive, with advice, cultural bits, and well-curated shopping roundups.
Gilt MANual—which menswear editor hasn’t this site poached? We’re not sure, but we’ll turn to them for stories like ‘What’s Next For American Menswear.’
Mr. Porter—More weekly magazine than anything else, we can’t wait ‘til Wednesdays to check out the latest themed “issue,” with stuff on celebs, mint merch, and more in-depth cultural pieces.
A Continuous Lean—We l-o-v-e Michael Williams and his eclectic postings of all “good things.” Lots of beautiful pictures, American labels, and elevated culture.
OOoOO—Covetable wish-lists, celebrity style, and tons of luxury from this Brit lad has us saying ooooh we want it all.
Slam X Hype—Can you say fresh three times fast? Streetwear figures prominently, but all the culture that surrounds it gets a shout-out too.
Women's Lifestyle
Hairpin—From galleries of dead frogs holding martinis to a guide on what you need to know about abortions, The Hairpin is a comprehensive guide to what interesting young women really want to read.
Jezebel—Jezebel covers the best of contemporary lady-related topics, so you’ll find a voting guide to the upcoming elections right underneath an eyeliner how-to guide.
Advertisement
The Frisky—Relationship advice, fashion, celebs, and random miscellany—The Frisky is what cheesy women's magazine content would be like if it was turned on its head and made fresh and interesting.
Humor
Textbook—This Tumblr offers advice, literary inspiration, and random awesome stuff in a don’t-front, you-know-you-love-me fashion.
The Man Repeller—We all fall victim to wearing (and rocking) patently unsexy clothing, and Man Repeller supports our choices with her gut-tickling prose.
Humor Chic—Often featuring familiar faces, including a few of our own, Humor Chic’s original illustrations aren’t afraid to poke fun at fashion’s most ridiculous subjects.
The Blake Wright—We’re not sure if we ever LOL IRL (that’s “laugh out loud, in real life”) as much as we do when reading Blake’s graphic blog.
Personalities
Cup of Jo— \Joanna Goddard is often dubbed “Queen of the Blogosphere” with almost twenty thousand followers checking in daily to read her sweet and positive posts. You can’t help but wish you could be her best friend or at least get an invite to her next dinner party.
Cat Party—Reading Cat Party is like having a wine-filled conversation with your friend where you don’t know how you got from one topic to another but you thoroughly enjoyed it.
Hipster Runoff—Hipster Runoff is an acquired taste. Acquire it.
Purple Diary—This photo journal is the next best thing to hanging with Olivier Zham (and, unlike in person, you don’t even have to be naked!).
Advertisement