1. The Window
Barney’s’ blog The Window is the perfect spot for style junkies whether they are Barney’s shoppers or not. They have so much to offer from designer interview to seasonal must-have lists. But what I love most about the blog has to be their occasional personality posts where they ask members of the Barney’s team like Senior Fashion Director, Tomoko Oguka and Creative Ambassador at Large Simon Doonan about their favorite tech accessories or NYE essentials!
What else? The Window takes its readers behind the scenes with everything that’s going on at Barney’s. One of my favorite posts has to be their behind the scenes footage of the making of the Proenza Schouler window celebrating the past 10 years in fashion posed by Proenza Schouler.
2. The Coveteur
The team at The Coveteur takes their readers where we have always dreamed about but never imagined getting a glimpse of. They give us an inquisitive view inside the homes and closets of the biggest, most talked about names in the fashion world and give us tons and tons to covet. Kate moss, Kourtney Kardashian, Anna Dello Russo, Bryan Boy, Margharita Missoni are just a few names among the vast collection of celebrity & tastemaker closets. The team even goes behind the scenes & up close and personal with names like Barbie, Carrie Bradshaw & the Mean Girls.
3. The PurseBlog
The PurseBlog has been around for as long as I can remember and they are still going strong. There is honestly no better place to go when you want to research the pros and cons of that bag you have been eyeing or to just research what the new season has to offer.
They also have a “Look for Less” category where they place a Prada clutch side by a similar Alice & Olivia option at less that a quarter of the price. Another one of my favorite categories is their “The Many Bags of ________” series giving us a peek at the many bags A-List celebrities are wearing and where to buy them from. And just when you thought the site couldn’t get any better the unique voice gives us the occasional post on purse FAILS to help us steer clear of designer mistakes.