Lee Carter's personal destinations in digital fashion land
"Though Hedi recently told Hint that he would, in fact, go back to fashion, you'd never know from his online "fashion diary," a mesmerizing tribute to music and (his own) photography."
"Marc hides nothing on his robust and costantly updated site, not even old pics that others would rater burn. A guilty pleasure through and through."
"A gorgeously rendered site befitting the house. John's 60th anniversary couture tour is a must-watch."
"Antwerp's fashion college and museum occupy the same buildings, as well as the same domain, a respite from glossy commerciality."
"A maze-like site as cooly articulated, experiemental and cultish as Raf's collections. A total time-suck."
"Nicholas amazes with each new collection. His online universe is no different. Check our behind-the-scene footage of Charlotte Gainsbourg."
"I never tire of Colette's site, always an amusing experience. Its cute laptop-resembling mascots have you whipping out plastic in no time."
"It took forever, or just felt that way, but Prada has arrived online, now with e-commerce. I've already indulged in a dog collar and I don't even have a dog."
"If you thought you were shackled to the retail institution before, Barneys' online shop and its videos of Simon and the gang will make you want to throw away the key."
"Japanese and thus quirky, this vast site was, and still is, the original online romper room where the international creative set goes to play."