While you're spring cleaning, you should also be thinking about tidying up all your online spaces, too. Let's be serious--you're about to declare RSS bankruptcy because you can't stand seeing that you have 1,000+ Unreads on your Google Reader. It's time to re-evaluate and edit down to only the sites whose content you consistently need and, most importantly, want to read. After you've re-added Refinery29 ;-), make sure to borrow inspiration from our ultimate blogroll. Got a site or blog we didn't include? We want to know--just tell us in the comments!
Cintra Wilson, Critical Shopper--Cintra's biting store reviews change the way we think about some of our favorite (and not-so-favorite) shops. We miss her already.
Cathy Horyn, On The Runway--We love Horyn's no-bullshit collection reviews and her ability to put what's on the runways into real context.
Hilary Alexander--Between her interviews, show reviews, and on-point trend reports, Hilary's Fashion Week coverage is one we obsessively follow.
Lynn Yaeger--Lynn Yaeger's current seasonal column for The Cut is one of our favorites to read, and her meandering, whimsical style brings a dose of brevity we crave during Fashion Week.
Nowness--Each day, Nowness offers a custom video, series of photos, article, or other nuggets of amazingness that you can't afford to miss.
Business of Fashion--BoF explores the industry--and all the movers and shakers in it--in a way that's more about mergers and ideology than models and Ikat prints.
Showstudio--Showstudio is the mecca of fashion film, creating content that explores and celebrates the creative processes of fashion.
Coolhunting--Coolhunting might just be the arbiters of cool--but they'll lay out their reasoning for you. Look toward this site if you're into knowing about the Next Big Thing.
The Cut--Covering fashion news, industry gossip, and everything else you want to know, this comprehensive site delivers with a hefty side of snark.
Fashionista--Fashionista pioneered the recognizable, buzzy sort of fashion blogging we all know and love today, and this one is still a must-bookmark.
Fashionologie--Fashionologie has their ears to the ground for late-breaking buzz on the industry, from editrix shuffling to style blogger drama.
Racked--Racked and all its local umbrella sites will have you on top of the fashion shopping scene, day and night.
Huffington Post--Your one-stop site to survey everything that's been going on in the fashion sphere that day (including guest posts from yours truly!).
Styleite--Styleite covers all bases with up-to-the-minute info on all things fashion, your favorite style A-listers, and the latest super-hot beauty trends.
Red Carpet Fashion Awards-- All things celeb fashion; peek into their closets without the distractions of their tabloid-worthy dirty laundry.
Go Fug Yourself--Hilariously witty commentary on failed celeb style, plus more ways to use the word fugly than you could ever imagine.
The Vogue Diaries--A mixture of candid and posed red-carpet photos, and a great resource to concoct your own pap-worthy day and night looks.
Who What Wear--Who What Wear promises a daily dose of up-to-date trend reports and styling tips inspired by It Girls, models, and celebs.
P.S. I Made This--Whether you're trying to re-create a runway trend on a dime or just want a little twist that's not predictable, this DIY site shows you how to reuse materials and create your own accessories and clothing.
Into The Gloss--This site features profiles of fashion insiders and their beauty picks, backstage Fashion Week shots, and a smattering of product reviews.
BellaSugar--The beauty blog on the massive Sugar network, this site is heavy on celebrity hair and makeup looks, covers new product launches, throws in some humorous beauty-related slideshows for fun, and has how-to videos, too.
Style.com's Beauty Counter--This blog gets tons of exclusives on new launches and covers the luxury angle with new product, backstage beauty, a bit of celebrity, and some travel.
Allure.com--The website-to-print's "beauty bible," Allure.com delivers short, resourceful hair and makeup stories, a lot of skincare and anti-aging tips, and covers backstage beauty and trends.
The Coveteur--The Coveteur looks like a hybrid of a fashion and interior design magazine, featuring interviews with fashion insiders as well as sneak-peeks of their favorite closet essentials, all beautifully styled and snapped.
The Selby--Photographer Todd Selby gives us a more artful, quirky version of Cribs, photographing creative individuals in their personal spaces.
Style Like U--Photos and videos of interviews with stylish people based around their closet and homes, revealing the relationship between style and individuality.