Carla Buzasi, Editor-in-Chief of The Huffington Post UK, chooses her favourite sites.

Recently named Editor of the Year at the Online Media Awards, Carla Buzasi is Editor-in-Chief of The Huffington Post UK. With stints at, and Marie Claire under her belt, she launched what is now the UK’s biggest fashion and beauty website,, in September 2010, before launching HuffPost UK in the summer of 2011. Follow Carla on Twitter @CarlaBuzasi.


Vagenda Mag - Punchy, opinionated and totally unexpected, this alternative look at the feminist agenda makes for great lunch-time reading.

Atlantic-Pacific - I want Blair Eadie’s wardrobe! This American fashion blogger rarely writes anything, but her expertly styled photos speak for themselves. I’m far more likely to buy an outfit I’ve seen her modelling on her Instagram feed than one on the pages of a glossy fashion magazine.

Recipe Rifle - Do not be fooled by the name. I do not log onto this site for recipe inspiration (I’m a can’t-cook, won’t-cook kinda girl), but Esther Walker’s writing style is so funny, I’d read her blog even if it were about penguins.

Go Fug Yourself - Think fashion writers spend too much time fawning over what Hollywood’s leading ladies wear on the red carpet? You’ll find the antidote here. Hilarious. 

Canopy & Stars - I’ve never stayed in any of the yurts, vintage caravans or treehouses featured on this site, but I live in hope. I adore quirky holiday destinations, and this site – from famed travel writer Alastair Sawday – has hundreds to choose from.

ASOS - It’s not an original choice, but given a significant portion of my wage packet per month gets spent here, I can’t really leave ASOS out of the list. All my favourite labels, think Goldsign, See by Chloe & Whistles, stocked in one place? Yes, please!

31 July 2012