Scott Schuman - the man behind the street-fashion-staple-site The Sartorialist - has spoken to the latest US GQ magazine on a range of topics, but these quotes in particular are brilliant:
This is what he said about magazines in general:
"It shocks me when young kids still say, 'I want to do a magazine,' " he says. "Really? Do you want to do a magazine because you want to be an editor—what you think that life is, that romance—or do you want to communicate? Because if you want to communicate, why the fuck would you put all those obstacles in your path and have to print pages, as opposed to going right on the Internet and actually communicating?"
But these pars - about the 'groundbreaking' 2009 Dolce & Gabbana show, which represented a real 'moment' for bloggers - written by writer for this piece Alex Pappademas - are pure brilliance:
You can read the whole, very interesting article here: