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14th September 2011


Our weekly pick of the best from the blogosphere.

If you like your instant fashion fix shaken up with the monochromatic, moody and unashamedly avant-garde then doppelganger ( is well worth exploring. Striking editorials from past and present seasons flow seamlessly into images of stunning haute couture, which is captured in meticulous detail.

However, the irresistible allure of this impressive blog is that The Doppelganger’s obvious infatuation with the world of the aesthetic goes far beyond just clothes, and fashion in its tangible, everyday guise.  This eclectic online gallery frames its architect’s mood and inspiration with artistic finesse, often combining images of classic and contemporary painting, sculpture and design interspersed with photography that reveals a healthy appreciation of the nude female form.

So if you like to live your fashionable life a little on the edge or simply appreciate great photography and great breasts, have a peek and enjoy!



Roisin Dervish-O'Kane

Roisin Dervish-O’Kane

Former Fashion Editor (2011-2012).

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