Twitter and Fashion: A Complementary Combo

The exclusive world of fashion has been made more accessible to everyone through Twitter in recent years. Whether it’s designers tweeting from the front row of fashion shows, or first-glimpse of a new line, Twitter has become a main source of information from industry insiders to those who can’t be on the scene.

So here is a roundup of the best Twitter feeds to follow that will make you feel like you’re sitting right next to Anna Wintour at New York Fashion Week.

@CutBlog – New York Magazine’s blog The Cut reveals all the juicy details and gossip you wouldn’t otherwise have access to. From fashion houses to pop culture secrets, their tweets will keep you in-the-know.

 

 

 

 

@MrJoeZee – Joe Zee, who is creative director at Elle Magazine, tweets from the front row of most shows, but also lends his fashion advice to those in need.

 

 

@Sartorialist – Just like his blog, most of Scott Schuman’s tweets are linked to his fabulous fashion photography. Every once in a while you can catch a tweet from his iPhone at a designer’s gala or a photo shoot.

 

@WhoWhatWear – If you’re into trends, Who What Wear is the one fashion blog you should follow religiously on Twitter. You can stay up-to-date with their trend tweets and even catch them live tweeting what celebrities are wearing from glamorous parties.

 

@CathyHoryn – New York Times’ fashion critic and On The Runway blog editor, Cathy Horyn is a god among fashionistas. Instead of waiting for her reviews, you can catch her opinion on collections right away while she’s in the front row of a show.

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