While browsing Mango‘s website (thanks to their newest endorser Miranda Kerr [yay!], I was obliged to do so), I came across the January edition of their online magazine. One of their articles featured Spanish fashion blogger Cristina Fernandez of The Petticoat. She is the winner of the December Mango Street Competition.
Her blog showcases her “simple, comfortable and eclectic” sense of fashion.
She states that her favorite fashion bloggers include Rumi Neely (fashiontoast.com), Columbine Smille (columbine.freshnet.se) and Elin Kling (stylebykling.nowmanifest.com). I visited the mentioned blogs as well and adored them.
Rumi Neely’s Fashion Toast combines her fashion styling skills with her travels.
I love the fact that she takes into consideration her Swedish readers and international readers. She blogs bilingually- first in English then Swedish.
It simply amazes me how some individuals make a name for themselves through presenting their work or ideas by blogging. This happened to Elin Kling- a well-known Swedish fashion entrepreneur and blogger of Style by Kling.
Other than creating a magazine called STYLEBY, she has collaborated with Louis Vuitton (she is the face of their Spring 2013 online campaign), Conde Nast, (wherein world-famous photographer Patrick Demarchelier shot their Spring 2012 campaign) and H&M.
There a lot more fashion blogs worthy of mentioning (and visiting, of course). I will be sharing them here once in a while. It is so refreshing and inspiring to look at how women from around the world express themselves through fashion.
Do you have a favorite fashion blogger in mind?
La vie est belle,
The first time I heard about Dianna Agron was on the hit TV series Glee. She played the “IT” girl of the high school campus- she was the head cheerleader, rich, blonde, smart and her boyfriend was no other than the football quarterback.
It turns out that in real life, Dianna is very much multi-talented. She is an actress (yes), singer, dancer, writer and director. Not only that she is also a blogger. She is the brains and artist behind the Tumblr account Fell Down The Rabbit Hole. Here she shares her latest favorite things (like books and music) and artworks (photographs).
According to her, the response from her fans and followers was really inspiring that she decided to create a space where everyone could get together and share everything about the arts that they love. Thus, You, Me and Charlie was born.
“All of you lovely, magick, wonders of this world, the ones that correspond with me in such unbelievable ways… this is for you…I want you to join me now. Let’s share this space as an art collective. There’s enough negativity in this world to smother all of us into a state of infinite sadness. Why not counter that? That’s what this site is for. I hope it just does that.”
Together with Dianna, are 13 other editors who regularly contribute to this artistic haven. They are: Ashley Arabian, Spencer Moya, Claire Oring, Lexy Hulme, Melody Darlene, Samantha McMillen, Ryan Lattanzio, Kelly Straw, Ashley Avignone, Luigi Picarazzi, Ninon, Jessica Eden and Torey Lenart.
You can learn about the latest playlists, artists on the rise (with interviews), photos to rave about and much more. You can definitely recommend your latest loves to them.
Here are some of their art-loves:
Lovin’ it? Check You, Me and Charlie out!
La vie est belle,