Fashion Blog Love: Round-up #9

Fashion in Motion at the V&A

Fashion in Motion at the V&A: Image courtesy of I Want You To Know

This week on Grazia Daily, we've celebrated the return of Stella McCartney as well as the arrival of McQ at London Fashion Week, rejoiced at the news that there'll be more Versace for H&M and cheered at the latest celebrity collaborations from Rihanna for Armani and Rachel Bilson for ShoeMint. But enough of us, what's been happening on the worldwide web in the past week? Let's take a look at what's caught the eye of some of our favourite fashion bloggers...

We HEART Bianca Brandolini You Over Did It Doll

Behind the scenes of Beyonce's Party video O So Blog

In search of the perfect winter leather Style And Then Some

The Freja Beha Effect India Rose Blog

Get the Catwalk Look at Topshop Love From Lou Lou

The Flatforms JJNoir

Denim Never Fails I Like. You May Not

Rugby Ralph Lauren tweed run It's A LDN Thing

Muses in Motion I Want You To Know

Peach Collar What I Heart Today


And if you've got a fashion blog, then tweet @Grazia_Live with a link to your blog and you could join our elite group of Grazia's Top Fashion Blogs!

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