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Some delightful Thursday links . . .

In case you’re wondering about Fash Mob’s silence this week, I’ll excuse this by saying that (a) it is difficult to work full-time and blog full-time and (b) I’m currently sieving through millions of press CDs and emails and invites …

Thu, Apr 7, 2011, 12:06

   

In case you’re wondering about Fash Mob’s silence this week, I’ll excuse this by saying that (a) it is difficult to work full-time and blog full-time and (b) I’m currently sieving through millions of press CDs and emails and invites and events, all of which I will report on as soon as possible, meaning, perhaps tomorrow, perhaps next week. AND I have two lovely footwear-related competitions coming up, more on which anon. For now, here’s what you should be reading (seeing as I cannot provide for you):

Hadley Freeman. Yesterday, today and tomorrow. If you’ve never read, prepare to be entertained.

Coco’s Tea Party. Because her blog is awesome, her recent shoot is awesome, and, uh, yeah. Awesome.

If you find yourself with a spare hour or so, go back to the start and watch Very Mary-Kate. Hilarious stuff.

If that ain’t enough for you, check out The Blonde Salad. She’s awesome, but I do grow tired of my fashion bloggers being given expensive items. (Case in point: that Burberry jacket. Seething.)

Finally, check out the current issue of US Vogue, featuring Rihanna. She’s really having a moment (also on the cover of Rolling Stone), although I don’t care all that much about what Rihanna feels about her curves. Still, Vogue‘s always good for the escapism, and a look at how the other half (read: the ridiculously wealthy half) lives.

Then finally finally, if you didn’t catch this weekend’s Sunday Times, mooch a copy from a friend. Style magazine had a great feature from one of the head honchos (can anyone remember specifics? I’m away from my magazine right now…) of My-Wardrobe, which is quick becoming one of the best edited fashion sites out there. I seriously want everything, especially when their emails come with images like this atop: