Blogue is the rouge VOGUE and is taking the fashion blogs by storm. Headed by the influential yet underground style arbiter Claw Money, this is her first foray into an interactive web-zine. Dedicated to bringing you all fashion, from the cheapest chic to the expensive and over- hyped. You can expect the unexpected.
More info on CLAW MONEY – Keeping up with graffiti and fashion icon Claw Money is no easy task. Between maintaining her eponymous clothing and accessories line, which has a celebrity cult following (M.I.A., Kayne West, Amy Winehouse, Santo Gold, Pete Wentz, and Cameron Diaz, just to name a few) and writing furiously for her irreverent fashion blog www.blogue.us, Claw still somehow finds the time and energy to inject major brands like Nike, Calvin Klein, Boost Mobile, K2, Hasbro, Ecko Red and Colette X Gap with some of her legendary street cred. Some of Ms. Money’s recent projects include Doug Pray’s 2006 graffiti documentary Infamy and her first monograph, Bombshell: The Life and Crimes of Claw Money, published by PowerHouse books. The 2007 book, which archives a sumptuous and stunning collection of graffiti, high style, and wild times, is already in its second edition printing. Most recently Claw has been on a world tour promoting two collaborative sneakers with athletic giant Nike. The two styles, a peacock feather-adorned Vandal and lace-infused Blazer are Nike’s first artist releases for women by a woman, setting a new precedent for female streetwear collaborations in an extremely male dominated market segment. During the middle of last year Claw abandoned her fashion-editor duties at Swindle magazine to tackle another form of media fast becoming one of her main focuses, television. Ms. Money spent the latter part of ’08 consulting, advising, brainstorming pilots, and even making a cameo with 50 Cent on his “Apprentice” modeled reality program “The Money and The Power.” Already in 2009, in addition to preparing her new line of Claw Money apparel, she has collaborated with jeweler Gabriel Urist to create a range of peacock feather earrings and pendants in sterling silver and gold vermeil, the demand for which has been unprecedented. What’s next from this renaissance dynamo? That’s anyone’s guess, but stay tuned and she surely won’t disappoint. www.clawmoney.com