8 Fashion News Sites To Follow During Fashion Week (& Beyond)

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It seems that every year we become more influenced by the fashion industry in response to successful marketing tactics via social media and the ever-expanding approach to casual, business, and formal clothing attire. In the past few years, we’ve witnessed numerous celebrities, artists, and designers effectively reshape the narrative on elements such as “gender,” age, era, silhouette, and functionality, all of which impact consumers’ decision-making when piecing together an outfit before heading out the door.

As a result, there’s been a recent shift in everyday streetwear that seems to evoke a more hodgepodge type of aesthetic. Using graphic details such as bright colors, futuristic themes, and large-scale items, we start to recognize this chaotic ease that can be referenced to the late 90s/early 2000s. (Think Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century meets The Matrix, bound together by the chic essence of any Prada collection.) This eclectic wave is just one of many examples that showcase our desire to reinvent classic themes with respect to modern ideas and constant experimentation.

So many unique interpretations of clothing/style exist and are made readily available to our phone screens, television sets, computers, and billboards every single day. With New York, London, Milan, and Paris Fashion Weeks right around the corner, it’s going to be extremely difficult trying to keep fashion off the brain. With that said, please indulge, keep the creativity flowing, and stay up to date with the latest fashion trends using the recommended fashion news sites below.

In the words of Miranda Priestly, “That’s all.”

1. GQ

As one of the most popular style resources, GQ continues to reach millions of people throughout the world to supply fashion enthusiasts with high-quality and engaging content. Since 1957, it has “inspired men to look sharper and live smarter with its unparalleled coverage of style, culture, and beyond.”

Available digitally and in print, readers are likely to find helpful tips when it comes to elevating their wardrobe, grooming, and improving/maintaining health and wellness. If those topics aren’t of interest, you will also find the latest sports-related news, so there’s really something for everyone here.

Be sure to check out some of the following reads, provided by editors of the magazine, that offer detailed insight on how to spruce up your everyday looks:

Follow @GQ on Instagram.

2. Vogue

No need for an introduction, as you may very well know that any piece of writing focused on the topic of clothing, runways, and glamour is not complete without the mention of Vogue. If staying on top of your fashion game is a passion or even just a way to pass the time, then I’m sure you’ve spent time flipping through pages of the magazine in awe of the latest editorial spreads.

The convenience of having the latest articles, designer collections, celebrity interviews, and style guides in the palm of your hand is made possible with the Vogue website and social media pages.

Stay inspired with some of the latest reads below:

Follow @voguemagazine on Instagram.

3. Business of Fashion

When you think of fashion and its impact on society, it’s easy to overlook the marketing value of something as simple as the color of your favorite blue sweater. Miranda Priestly said it best when she stated, “That blue [sweater] represents millions of dollars and countless jobs,” in “The Devil Wears Prada” (watch the full monologue). This character monologue is a shining example of how much we dismiss the clothes on our backs as a prominent driving force in the world economy.

If you’re intrigued by financial insights and the latest advertising efforts of major fashion retailers, then Business of Fashion is just what you’re looking for. A great source for reliable coverage, it is “recognized around the world for its authoritative, analytical point of view on the $2.5 trillion global fashion and beauty industries.”

Browse some of these informative reads below:

Follow @bof on Instagram.

4. FASHION Magazine

If you’re looking for exciting news and the latest stories making headlines within the fashion world, then be sure to add this magazine to your list of curated outlets. “FASHION is a sophisticated brand that inspires and empowers fashion and beauty lovers to try new things, be informed on the latest news and trends, and to be their best selves.”

This online magazine is available to order in print and continues to be a great source for inclusive takes on beauty and fashion. Dive into some of the latest obsessions below:

Follow @fashioncanada on Instagram.

5. W Magazine

Providing top stories digitally and in print, W Magazine is a “leading destination where the worlds of fashion, film, art, and entertainment converge.”

With a variety of unique angles, you’re bound to find a quick read that highlights your favorite designers, celebrities, and stylists who seem to always have some level of influence on our consumer habits. W Magazine is a one-stop shop for style, culture, self-care, and entertainment. Find out for yourself with some of the latest reads here:

Follow @wmag on Instagram.

6. My Chic Obsession

A fashion blog whose name says it all, My Chic Obsession is the perfect combination of Pinterest-like visuals and detailed narratives that will serve as inspiration to execute new looks with helpful guides that make use of your existing wardrobe. Writer and creator Carolyn Arentson aims to “bring simple, tailored fashion advice to the classic woman who cares more about style than fashion.”

Fashion week is quickly approaching and you’re going to need every excuse to dress as if you’re sitting front row in one of many chic style references found on this site. Some great examples can be found here:

Follow @mychicobsession on Instagram.

7. SWAIA Fashion

The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) recently launched its own website dedicated to the fashion of North American Indigenous artists and designers. Centered around the annual programming of their Haute Couture show in August, featured designers will showcase their latest collections with the help of Native models and celebrities walking the runway.

“From tradition to runway, Indigenous cultures are continually shifting, responding to the land and modern environment.” With respect to the history of Indigenous apparel, contemporary designs are interpreted using traditional attire, ready-to-wear, couture, and various accessories such as jewelry, headpieces, and bags. The SWAIA Fashion website provides a look into the history of the programming, designers, models, and past/current/future events to come. See suggested reads surrounding this incredible experience below:

Follow @swaianativefashion on Instagram.

8. Menswear Style

Highlighting fashion, lifestyle, and grooming, Menswear Style strives to “deliver timely and comprehensive coverage of the most recent and impactful developments in the fashion industry.” Readers will find curated stories that allow them to discover the latest trends in menswear, along with popular events showcasing designers with recaps of their past collections and latest runway shows.

Expand your knowledge of style and utilize these great resources that will help you build or update your current wardrobe by obtaining staple pieces and other unique finds such as those mentioned below:

Follow @menswearstyle on Instagram.

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Kyle (Diné) is a Senior Distribution Customer Support Specialist for Cision PR Newswire. In the past 5 years with the company, he's assisted our clients with requests ranging from "billing" to "best practices" and everything in between. When he's not working, he enjoys brunching his way through Chicago, visiting family in New Mexico, and learning all he can about fashion, art, photography, and design.

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