Real people in their daily lives are the new fashion icons
Implications - In 2007 street style blogs emerged as go-to guides for fashion inspiration. In 2008, spotting real-life outfits on global streets evolved, with sites now spotting style on subways, events and university campuses. “Real style” also featured in high fashion magazines and touched new markets this year, such as video games.
What do people wear in China? When it comes to the Beijing Olympics, that's probably one of major wonders fashion conscious people from around the world have.
To answer that question -- and ease my own… [More]
"Cracker Your Wardrobe" is yet another reminder to us that fashion doesn't always have to be serious and uptight. The street fashion magazine is Korea's first free fashion magazine, highlighting street… [More]
There is definitely a cottage industry of street style website, but 'London Street Fashion' is by far the best one. Not just because its London based (I am biased), but viewers can navigate their way around… [More]
We've covered a number of different street style blogs, and recently mentioned The Sartorialist was covering college fashion at Yale. Now the live fashion spotting has spread to events, with Style.com… [More]
In an attempt to win over more female gamers, Nintendo is launching Pop Cutie! a street fashion video game simulator for the Nintendo DS. It's merges the fascination with Tokyo street style blogs with… [More]
The rise in street fashion blogs is incredible, but the Sartorialist is still the trend-setter leading the pack. He's recently been spotting, camera in hand, at Yale University and according to reports,… [More]