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Indie Newsstand

A few of my favorite online indie magazines:Fashion JournalFashion Journal is a free Australian magazine for women and men, and prides itself on fea­tur­ing local and inter­na­tional design­ers and street fash­ion trends.fashionjournal.com.auCoco EcoCoco Eco is a digital magazine with a focus on sustainable fashion, beauty, celebrity, and cause. Subscriptions are paid, but you can view the current issue on the site.www.cocoecomag.comMatchbookLaunched in January, Matchbook is feminine, cute, and neat, covering cover...

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Minimal.

I was never into the whole minimalism thing, not even in the '90s when it was being touted by fashion magazines as the Most Revolutionary Thing Ever. I'll take my fashion with over-the-top Versace prints and glamazon supermodels, thankyouverymuch.But when I saw this dress hanging in the back of the closet (which I completely forgot I got at H&M, like, a month ago. How sad is that?) I had the urge...

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Tumblr Tuesday: Sinister type and that dude I want to dress like

I collect a lot of (mostly visual) inspiration on my Tumblr--pictures of fashion, graphic design, art, interiors, the occasional sarcastic/intellectual quote, and various other bits and pieces I'd like to remember. I'd also like to share those things with you! Pencils can be romantic; fruity, summery art; yet another beautiful all-black spread from Italian Vogue (perhaps some day black models will be integrated into multiple! non-themed! multiracial! spreads and it...

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That green gentlewoman

Remember that vintage mandarin jacket from the 4th Street Boutique? Yeh, I totally copped that, thanks to the generosity of fellow volunteer Susi. Not only is it chic, it's cozy as all get out and I wore it pretty much alllll weekend. With everything. Including jammies.Vintage jacket; thrifted belt and blouse; BDG jeans; Sigerson Morrison boots; old purse from street vendorI also made a point to get out from in front of my computer (which...

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Quite a few dubloons

It's quite sad that a good 80% of my appreciation for art, film, and culture in general always comes back to "Yeah, but what are they wearing?" Having said that, looking at the works of artists like Gainsborough and van Dyck makes me want to dress like a 17th century Lord Sir Duke Marquis de Kerfuffleplump. Gainsborough, van Dyck, van Dyck. The dudes in the last painting are wearing wedge-heeled boots...

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