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Follow These 9 Fashion News Sites During Fashion Week (& Beyond)

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As designer Miuccia Prada once said, “What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today, when human contacts are so quick. Fashion is instant language.”

Whether someone has an active interest in fashion or not, it’s a constant part of life and choosing an outfit each day is an act of self-expression. Yes, even if it’s deciding which sweatpants to wear during work.

Fashion also is a big industry. Really big. According to FashionUnited, the global fashion industry is valued at $3 trillion. That’s 2% of the world’s gross domestic product.

So with fashion weeks beginning to ramp up in the coming weeks and an industry that’s constantly changing and adapting to consumer trends, we want to recognize these nine sites that make sure readers are on top of the latest fashion news.

1. Vogue

This list wouldn’t be complete without the publication that many consider the fashion bible. American Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour has said, “’Vogue’ is the best of everything that fashion can offer, and I think we point the way. We are, you know, a glamorous girlfriend.”

Stories cover fashion trends, profiles on style icons and trendsetters, as well as regular Best Dressed lists. News from fashion weeks around the world keeps readers informed on the latest collections.

Vogue also hosts the annual Met Gala, which is basically the fashion equivalent of the Oscars, so make sure to look out for this event coverage in May of each year. The 2021 Gala, however, was postponed to September of this year due to the pandemic. This year’s theme will celebrate American fashion.

Stories to read right now: 

Follow @voguemagazine on Twitter.

2. Business of Fashion

Founded in 2007, Business of Fashion (“BoF”) aims “to fill the void for an informed, analytical and opinionated point of view on the fashion business.”

The site includes a mix of original and curated content, which makes for a very up-to-date site that’s constantly giving you the latest news in the fashion industry. Fashion design, investment, marketing, and commerce are all topics covered by BoF.

Business of Fashion also includes dedicated sections for industry job postings, online learning, and the BoF 500 (last updated in 2019), which recognizes individuals making an impact in the fashion industry.

Stories to read right now: 

Follow @BoF on Twitter.

3. WWD

Women’s Wear Daily (WWD) is a weekly magazine that’s been around since 1910. WWD covers in-depth fashion week reviews and the latest trends in women’s and men’s fashion, accessories, and beauty.

In an interview with Vanity Fair in 1986, WWD’s outspoken chairman, John B. Fairchild, said, “Sure we have gossip; we also have some very, very solid business stories. We are a creation of this business, which is fast, mean, tough, sometimes artistic, sometimes fun, sometimes horrible.”

The site also has a wonderfully useful Fashion Dictionary – perfect if you need to brush up on industry terminology.

Stories to read right now: 

Follow @wwd on Twitter.


POPSUGAR was founded in 2005 by Lisa Sugar and her husband, Brian, with a goal to present fun, friendly, pop culture content.

Now a global media and technology company, POPSUGAR “powers the optimism and dreams of women around the world through positive, purposeful, and playful content. We inspire happiness, strength, and confidence to be your best self.” POPSUGAR claims to reach one in two millennial women in the U.S.

The fashion section of the site has a great mix of pop culture and fashion news and listicles with eye-catching headlines.

Stories to read right now: 

Follow @POPSUGARFashion on Twitter.

5. Who What Wear

Former Elle editors Katherine Power and Hillary Kerr started Who What Wear (WWW) in 2006 as a daily celebrity style e-newsletter. The goal, according to the site, is to “reimagine how women consume content and shop for products online.”

WWW also has an affordable, size-inclusive, and trend-forward line of clothing and accessories.

The Shopping Guides section of the site has editors’ top picks with links to buy, making Who What Wear a one-stop-shop. Look for trends and style tips broken down by office, vacation, street style, wedding, and more.

Stories to read right now: 

Follow @WhoWhatWear on Twitter.

6. GQ – Style

New York-based GQ, founded in 1957, is the premier men’s magazine for style and culture news.

Condé Nast owns GQ Style and describes it like this: “As masculinity evolves and men's fashion has moved to the center of the global pop-culture conversation, GQ's authority has never been broader or stronger.”

With dedicated sections for just about every type of clothing, as well as regular posts for the best-dressed men of the week and interviews with trendsetters, GQ Style is a great place to get your fix for men’s fashion news.

Stories to read right now: 

Follow @GQStyle on Twitter.

7. Glossy

Glossy, a Digiday Media publication, is described as a “modern media brand exploring the changes affecting the beauty, fashion and wellness industries.”

In the age of e-commerce, pop-up stores, and influencers, the changes in the retail industry are a main focus for Glossy.

Glossy has millennial-friendly coverage of beauty and fashion news, and everything in between. Some of my favorite stories look at established retail brands and how they are adjusting in a digital world.

Stories to read right now: 

Follow @glossyco on Twitter.

8. Nowfashion

Nowfashion, founded by Valerio Mezzanotti and Valerio Nappi, is a fashion photography magazine that publishes runway show photos and videos.

Check out the latest collections and show schedules. The site’s Boards include photo compilations on a variety of topics, including accessories, inspiration, trends, and models. News on the site covers all things couture, including coverage of events and galas all over the world.

Based in Paris, the fashion capital of the world, Nowfashion can be depended on for up-to-the-minute, multimedia-heavy runway news.

Stories to read right now:

Follow @nowfashion on Instagram.

9. FashionUnited

FashionUnited provides news, jobs, business intelligence, and product data for the fashion industry. The B2B fashion network also acts as a place where fashion professionals can connect, discuss, and share ideas.

News on the site covers the latest fashion industry updates – whether it’s the clothes, the people, the culture, or the stats.

Stories to read right now:

Follow @FashionUnited on Twitter.


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Rocky Parker

Rocky Parker is the Digital Content Lead at Cision and has been with the company since 2010. In addition to writing content for Beyond Bylines and the Cision blog, she works with journalists, bloggers, and content creators to create their targeted newsfeeds from PR Newswire for Journalists. Rocky also counsels on SEO and content writing best practices.