Celebrities are people too

Katie Hinderer | 27 July 2010
These unsolicited letters and commentary on celebrities mistakes is a common trend in the blogging and writing world. The shame is that these writers pen such posts without any respect for the person they are speaking of. Afterall, celebrities are people too.

Clothed Much: a modest fashion blog

Katie Hinderer | 25 May 2010
Clothed Much is written by Elaine, a Mormon living in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her blog reviews the modest options at fashion events around the world and features her personal style.

Chic dresses direct from the thrift store

Katie Hinderer | 23 April 2010
365 items of clothing. 365 dollars. And the blogging begins

Fashion - Wikipedia style

Katie Hinderer | 15 March 2010
Seeing the success of that venture, Madeline Veenstra, the managing director at Lola PR in Australia, has launched WikiFashion.

13-year-old becomes fashion icon, critic

Katie Hinderer | 31 January 2010
As the fashion weeks begin to happen in quick succession throughout the world, fashionistas follow the trends, the frills, the designers, the colors… and now everyone is watching a little 13-year-old girl.
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