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SWEETS – Here are some cool blogs and online magazines My o My highly recommends for design and fashion lovers:
1. Moco Loco is the modern & contemporary design blog including international news and views of design, art and architecture. The name of this blog comes from editor Harry Wakefield‘s self description of being loco about modern contemporary design. MoCo Loco has been ranked in the Top 1000 blogs worldwide according to Technorati.com.
2. Selectism is an online life-style magazine for men. Selectism concentrates on bringing the latest news on innovative street fashion, design and life-style. It presents young and up-coming labels that deliver more style and the same high end quality. Besides, it brings together the limited edition trends, as well as other specials in the fashion market.
3. Cool-Hunting is a daily update on ideas and products in the intersection of art, design, culture and technology. Money can buy you a lot of things, but it can’t buy you coverage on Cool Hunting. All the content is editorially based using the standard of “stuff we like.” Published since February 2003 as a personal catalog and reference tool, the site today attracts and inspires more than 400,000 regular readers from around the world. The site is edited by Josh Rubin, Evan Orensten, Ami Kealoha and Tim Yu.
4. Designboom with more than 2,5 million readers a month from over 175 countries is the independent publication for key contemporary issues and the critique of all aspects of design. The Milan-based, free internet resource offers snapshot reports from major international design shows and exhibitions and interviews and portraits of the protagonists in the contemporary creative scene.
5. Notcot is the design network of sites reaching over 4 million pageviews monthly. Notcouture.com is built for your luxe and fashion indulgences. Notcot.com is a visual filtration of ideas + aesthetics + amusements. It was started in March 2005 and reaches over 150 000 international visitors monthly by offering visually stunning imagery, the latest in international trends, and a passion for all things well designed. Jean Aw and Daniel Frysinger are the founders of Notcot.
6. Trendland by Cyana redefines trend forecasting through a rich visual journey. It was started in 2006. Cyril Foiret and Ani Tzenkova are the tireless two-person engine behind this spontaneous trend blog.
7. The Sartorialist is a fashion blog by Scott Schuman in New York. Scott started The Sartorialist in 2005. His concept is to take photos of stylish people on the street and post them on his blog. The Sartorialist has become a must-read to tens of thousands of fashionistas and Time Magazine has named it one of the 25 best blogs in the world and one of the top 100 design influences.
8. Weheart was founded by James Davidson in November 2007. Since that it has been one of the UK’s most popular blogs delivering high quality content about fashion, design, music, travel, lifestyle, architecture, interiors, nightlife….
9. The Cool Hunter is led by founder Bill Tikos. The Cool Hunter celebrates creativity in all of its modern manifestations. Since its inception in 2004 The Cool Hunter has become one of the world’s most-read culture and design sites.
10. Hypebeast was launched in January of 2005 as a one-stop news source for internet-savvy street fashion enthusiasts. Over the past three years, the site has grown from small sneaker-based blog to a large well-respected information source within the industry, with a strong emphasis on street fashion. Attracting a vast and diverse readership from around the globe and boasting 9 million page views per month, Hypebeast is the premier destination for street culture information on the web.
Posted by My o My on January 6th of 2010