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For sites which promote the artistic side of fashion accessories. These sites may include a designer''s line, tips or advice. But they should not include sales. Sites which sell accessories should be submitted to Shopping: Clothing: Accessories/.
For sites which promote the artistic side of fashion accessories. These sites may include a designer's line, tips or advice.
Sites listed here will focus on primarily non-commercial information about corsetry design.

Sites with main focus on online sales of ready-to-wear corsets will NOT be listed here, and belong in Shopping/Clothing/Undergarments/Girdles_and_Corsets.

Covers a wide span from the Victorian ladies' corset to their modern incarnation as fashion clothing.

More widely, includes any garment that compresses or restricts the motion of the body by means of stiffened fabric laced tight, and garments made to emulate the appearance of true corsets.

Sites that only deal with the strictly historical aspects of corsetry belong in the linked Living_History category.

Please submit only those sites which advance or instruct on the art of hair. These can be informative sites, instructional in content, pictorial essays, or a history of hair and its evolution.

Sites designed to promote a product should be submitted to Shopping, and those promoting a salon should be submitted to Salons & Spas.

Hair, when done right, is an art form. This category lists sites that advance the art of hair and contain content that is topical and distinct.
Fashion magazines and e-zines always issue or update either on a continual or, at least, a regular schedule. They often utilize comparable formats, specifically text articles accompanied by corresponding photographs. Content should be reasonably current.

Sites in this category need to have content and should not just be "brochureware" encouraging subscriptions. Archives of articles are acceptable.

Online supplements to current-circulation publications or stand-alone sites that offer primarily industry related information generally qualify. Both types provide specialty coverage of different areas within the larger fashion industry (e.g. reviews of designers' collections, model/photographer profiles, relevant society events, and beauty/grooming advice).
See also Business: Arts and Entertainment: Fashion: Designers: Collections.
Fan pages and biographical information about the designers, living or deceased, who drive the industry.
"Official" homepages list at Business: Arts and Entertainment: Fashion: Designers: Collections.

Fashion models and photographers list in separate categories.

Please submit only weblogs that focus on some aspect of fashion.
Frequently updated entries that focus on fashion. Weblog entries must be dated, and they should updated frequently in order to be listed here.
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