Around the Web: Google Street View Goes to New Places, Surf’s Up in Sydney and Michael Kors’ Vacation Spot

- Joy Pecknold, Passport blog editor

We’ve got both New York fashion and New South Wales frothy waves on the brain. Good thing Google Street View is taking armchair travel to new depths. Click in for our weekly web round-up.

Google Street View gets off the street and into Japanese silver mines, South African wineries and Antarctica’s Half Moon Island. – Huffington Post

New York Fashion Week wrapped this week. Here’s the offstage chatter you missed overhearing, courtesy of meme Sh*t Fashion Girls Say (also featuring this guy). – Harper’s Bazaar

Or see the pandemonium through the eyes and adorable accent of French street style photographer Garance Doré in her new series about being a Francophone in the Big Apple. – Garance Doré

Designer Michael Kors shares where he likes to vacay, and his favorite nosh spots in NYC and Paris. – Bon Appétit

Next stop on the fashion train: London. Here are the fast facts on LFW shows. – British Vogue

To warmer climes and less clothing, the inaugural Australian Open of Surfing is on in Manly this weekend. If you can’t get there in person, all the salt water action is streaming live online. – Sydney Morning Herald

Speaking of down under, Sydney-born designer Marc Newson (also one of our Kiwi Ambassadors) has styled a sexy new speed boat. Only 22 have been made. Imagine pulling into Capri’s Marina Grande in one. – The Cool Hunter

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