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Toronto fashion bloggers redux


I first posted about Toronto's own fashion bloggers a few months ago. Since then, more people have come out of the woodwork and I've decided that the post could use some updating.

Some of the new fashion bloggers you can find are:

http://fashionverbatim.blogspot.com/ - Adrian adds a man's touch to the toronto fashion blog scene.

http://hipstermusings.blogspot.com/ - Isabel is the best-dressed fashion victim around!

Bag designer Meghan blogs at http://jackandmarjorie.blogspot.com/ about goings on at jack&marjorie

Claire Murry Fashion Stylist - Claire is a graduate of Ryerson University. She uses the blog to showcase her work as a stylist. She won the Flare Communication Award for these beautiful shots.

jak and jil - National post has them listed as a blog, but I would consider this more like an online magazine, but that's just me.

Recently some of your favourite fashion bloggers got some love from the National Post of all places. You can view a copy of the article on I want - I got. Kudos go to La Femme, Final Fashion, Toronto Street Fashion, Making Things, Hipster Musings and me. :D

I might as well send a shout out to Bianca from a wee bit skint as she just joined the blogTO fashion crew.

Danielle organized a little event on Sunday if you are interested.
Fashion Bloggers Brunch
September 24, 2006
Future Bakery & Cafe
483 Bloor Street West
Time: 10:30 am to whenever.

All fashion bloggers and fashion blog readers are welcome.

Edit: I don't know how I forgot about Women's Wear Non-Daily. She bounces between NY and Toronto. New York shopping lucky girl.


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