Do you want fashion tips on the go?
Then you need to bookmark this list of the top 50 fashion bloggers to follow on twitter.
While there are no shortage of fashion accounts to follow on twitter, there is a dilemna on who shares the best tips. That is why we have decided to create this list so you know who shares the best fashion tips, ideas and you know exactly where to look when you want fashion inspiration on twitter.
The criteria is based on the quality of their engagement, quality of blog and the number of twitter followers they have.
Therefore, below is contained the list of the 50 fashion blogs on twitter to follow. They are listed in hierarchical order from the blog with the highest number of Twitter followers to the blog with the lowest number of Twitter followers.
1. Vogue Magazine (@voguemagazine)
i. Twitter Followers – 13.6M
ii. Blog/website – vogue.com
iii. About – The name Vogue means “style” in French. Vogue is an American fashion and lifestyle magazine made up of many components including fashion, beauty, culture, living, and runway. Vogue began as a weekly newspaper in 1892 in the United States, before becoming monthly publication years later. As of today, there are 22 international editions.
2. Elle Magazine (@ELLEmagazine)
i. Twitter Followers – 6.83M
ii. Blog/website – elle.com
iii. About – Elle is a worldwide lifestyle magazine of French origin that focuses on fashion, beauty, health, and entertainment. It is the world’s best-selling fashion magazine. It was founded in 1945 by Pierre Lazareff and his wife Hélène Gordon. The title, in French, means “she” or “her”. Elle is the world’s largest fashion magazine, with 43 international editions in over 60 countries. There are 33 Elle websites globally, which collectively attract over 25 million unique visitors and 370 million page views per month. The vast majority (82 percent) of Elle’s audience are women between the ages of 18 and 49.
3. Vanity Fair (@VanityFair)
i. Twitter Followers – 4.8M
ii. Blog/website – vanityfair.com
iii. About – Vanity Fair is a magazine of popular culture, fashion, and current affairs published by Condé Nast in the United States. The first version of Vanity Fair was published from 1913 to 1936. The imprint was revived in 1983, and came to include four European editions of the magazine. The current editor is Radhika Jones. There are currently five international editions of Vanity Fairbeing published; namely in the United Kingdom (started 1991), Spain, France, Italy (started in October 1993), and Mexico (started May 2015), with the Italian version published weekly.
4. Instyle (@inStyle)
i. Twitter Followers – 4.64M
ii. Blog/website – instyle.com
iii. About – InStyle is a monthly women’s fashion magazine published in the US by Time Inc. It was founded in 1994. Along with advertising, the magazine offers articles about beauty, fashion, home, entertaining, charitable endeavors and celebrity lifestyles. Its editor-in-chief is Laura Brown, and its publisher is Kevin Martinez. After originating in the United States, InStyle has expanded its brand and as of 2012 is distributed as international editions in about 16 countries, including Australia, the UK, Germany, Brazil, Greece, Poland, South Korea, Spain, Russia, Turkey, South Africa, Romania, and Russia.
The magazine features celebrities who open their homes to be featured.
5. Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue)
i. Twitter Followers – 3.53M
ii. Blog/website – teenvogue.com
iii. About – This is a fashion magazine from the United States of America. It started as a sister publication to Vogue, targeted at teenage girls. Teen Vogue was the first teen-focused addition to the Condé Naste portfolio, previously focused on adult audiences. Originally, it is focused on only fashion and celebrity gossips. Since 2015, following a steep decline in sales, the magazine cut back on its print distribution in favour of online content, which grew significantly. The magazine also expanded its focus from fashion and beauty to include politics and current affairs. Later on, specifically on November 2017, the print version was completely stopped and the company focused only on online publication.
6. Nina Garcia (@ninagarcia)
i. Twitter Followers – 3.36M
ii. Blog/website – ninagarcia.com
iii. About – Originally born in Barranquilla, Colombia, Nina Garcia is currently the Editor-in-Chief at ELLE magazine. To many, she may be best known as the unerring, formidable fashion judge on the Peabody Award winning hit show, Project Runway, now on its 16th season and viewed in over 13 different countries around the world.
Nina is also a New York Times bestselling author of four books on style: The Little Black Book of Style, The One Hundred, The Style Strategy and Nina Garcia’s Look Book. Responsible for covering the designer fashion markets of New York, Milan and Paris, Nina is an elite authority of the industry, and has cultivated an adoring fan-base of fashion “insiders” as well as those in the general market who flock to her appearances around the country.
7. Women’s Wear Daily (@wwd)
i. Twitter Followers – 3.13M
ii. Blog/website – wwd.com
iii. About – Women’s Wear Daily (WWD) is a fashion-industry trade journal sometimes called “the bible of fashion.” WWD delivers information and intelligence on changing trends and breaking news in the men and women’s fashion, beauty and retail industries with a readership composed largely of retailers, designers, manufacturers, marketers, financiers, media executives, advertising agencies, socialites and trend makers. It is the flagship publication of Fairchild Fashion Media, which is owned by Penske Media Corporation. The publisher of WWD is Paul Jowdy, and its editor-in-chief is Miles Socha. The final newsprint edition of WWD was printed on April 24, 2015, and a weekly edition was launched on April 29, 2015.
8. Who What Wear (@WhoWhatWear)
i. Twitter Followers – 2.34M
ii. Blog/website – whowhatwear.com
iii. About Who What Wear – Who What Wear was launched by two former ELLE magazine editors, Katherine Power and Hillary Kerr, in 2006 and is located in Los Angeles. As a matter of fact, it is an online platform for premium and original style and shopping content, catering to trend-setting fashion lovers and their followers between the ages of 18-34. This multi-media brand reaches its audience through original web, mobile, and social content, as well as a daily email newsletter. With an emphasis on making fashion approachable and style attainable, WhoWhatWear.com connects readers with expert advice while providing tips and insider information from across the world. Clique Media is the content and technology company behind the popular fashion brand Who What Wear.
9. Marie Claire (@marieclaire)
i. Twitter Followers – 2.33M
ii. Blog/website – marieclaire.com
iii. About – MarieClaire.com is the digital arm of Marie Claire magazine, a fashion publication with character, substance, and depth for a woman with a point of view and a sense of humor. Online, it reaches more than 9 million readers each month and have an engaged and growing social media fanbase of more than 6 million followers. Through a lively mix of reported features, thoughtful essays, voicey news coverage, and clever fashion and beauty service, it serve smart women the content they want, 24/7.
10. Fashionista (@Fashionista_com)
i. Twitter Followers – 2.24M
ii. Blog/website – fashionista.com
iii. About Fashionista.com – It is one of the largest independent fashion news sites with headquarter located in New York. Fashionista is a finely curated collection of fashion news, criticism and career advice. It is a blog that produces daily smartly written business stories on the biggest brands, lively interviews with industry personalities and guidance on getting into and succeeding in all facets of the fashion world. As one of the most influential voices in the industry, Fashionista is an agenda-setter for the industry as well as influential fashion-focused consumers. Lastly, it is published by Breaking Media.
11. T Magazine (@tmagazine)
i. Twitter Followers – 2.09M
ii. Blog/website – tmagazine.com
iii. About – T Magazine: The New York Times Style Magazine is a perfect-bound magazine dedicated to fashion, living, beauty, holiday, travel and design coverage. The magazine was launched in August 2004. T is not a supplement of The New York Times Magazine, but a distinct publication with its own staff. In 2010, it launched its first country specific edition with T Qatar.
12. Business of Fashion (@BoF)
i. Twitter Followers – 1.83M
ii. Blog/website – businessoffashion.com
iii. About – It was founded in London, in 2007 by Imran Amed, a fashion business advisor, writer and digital entrepreneur. The Business of Fashion began as a project of passion, aiming to fill the void for an informed, analytical and opinionated point of view on the fashion business.
Today, the website has grown to leverage a network of savvy writers and fashion insiders in style capitals around the world, delivering fashion business intelligence on emerging designers, disruptive technologies and global brands that are making their mark on the industry at a time of unprecedented change.
13. Cosmopolitan (@Cosmopolitan)
i. Twitter Followers – 1.73M
ii. Blog/website – cosmopolitan.com
iii. About – Cosmopolitan is an international fashion magazine for women. Formerly titled The Cosmopolitan, the magazine was first published in 1886 in the United States as a family magazine; it was later transformed into a literary magazine and eventually became a women’s magazine (since 1965). Often referred to as Cosmo, its content as of 2011 includes articles on relationships, sex, health, careers, self-improvement, celebrities, fashion, and beauty. Published by Hearst Corporation, Cosmopolitan has 64 international editions and is printed in 35 languages, and is distributed in more than 110 countries.
14. Harper’s Bazaar (@harpersbazaarus)
i. Twitter Followers – 1.69M
ii. Blog/Website – harpersbazaar.com
iii. About – Harper’s Bazaar is an American women’s fashion magazine, first published in 1867. Harper’s Bazaar is published by Hearst and, as a magazine, considers itself to be the style resource for “women who are the first to buy the best, from casual to couture.”
Aimed at members of the upper-middle and upper classes, Bazaar assembles photographers, artists, designers and writers to deliver perspectives into the world of fashion, beauty and popular culture on a monthly basis.
The magazine is published in 32 countries and regions.
15. i-D Magazine (@i_D)
i. Twitter Followers – 1.61M
ii. Blog/website – i-d.vice.com
iii. About – i-D is a British magazine dedicated to fashion, music, art and youth culture. i-D was founded by designer and former Vogue art director Terry Jones in 1980. The first issue was published in the form of a hand-stapled fanzine with text produced on a typewriter. Over the years the magazine evolved into a mature glossy but it has kept street style and youth culture central.
16. W Magazine (@wmag)
i. Twitter Followers – 1.51M
ii. Blog/website – wmagazine.com
iii. About – W is an American fashion magazine published by Condé Nast, who purchased original owner Fairchild Publications in 1999.
It was created in 1972 by the publisher of sister magazine Women’s Wear Daily, James Brady. The magazine is an oversize format – ten inches wide and thirteen inches tall. Stefano Tonchi is the editor; Lucy Kriz is the vice president and publisher.
W magazine has a reader base of nearly half a million, 469,000 of which are annual subscribers.
Often the subject of controversy, W magazine has featured stories and covers which have provoked mixed responses from its intended audience.
17. Seventeen (@seventeen)
i. Twitter Followers – 1.47M
ii. Blog/website – seventeen.com
iii. About – Seventeen is an American teen magazine. The magazine’s reader base is 13-to-19-year-old females. It began as a publication geared towards inspiring teen girls to become model workers and citizens. Soon after its debut, Seventeen took a more fashion and romance-oriented approach in presenting its material while promoting self-confidence in young women. It was first published in September 1944 by Walter Annenberg’s Triangle Publications.
Seventeen was a sponsor of America’s Next Top Model. The winners of America’s Next Top Model from seasons 7 through 14 have each graced a cover of Seventeen magazine.
18. The Cut (@TheCut)
i. Twitter Followers – 1.42 M
ii. Blog/Website – thecut.com
iii. About – This is a fashion blog based in the US. It pride’s itself as a premier blog for women with stylish minds. Quoting from the blog’s editor, “We are in a dynamic conversation with women about the issues that matter to them most — politics, feminism, work, money, relationships, mental health, fashion and issues relating to equality.
Our stories are organized around four categories: Style, Self, Culture, and Power — words that give us a framework for what it means to be a woman moving forward in the world today. Each one informs the other. After all, a woman with a stylish mind poses a real threat to every industry she enters.”
19. Glamour (@glamourmag)
i. Twitter Followers – 1.39M
ii. Blog/website – glamourmagazine.co.uk
iii. About – Glamour is a women’s magazine published by Condé Nast Publications. Founded in 1939 and first published in April 1939 in the United States, it was originally called Glamour of Hollywood. It is one of the biggest fashion and beauty media brands in the world, currently reaching an all-time high of one out of eight American women, with 9.7 million print readers, more than 11 million unique monthly users online, and over 14 million followers across social media platforms. Glamour believes in the power of women being themselves and stands with women as they do their own thing: honestly, authentically, and awesomely. Across every platform, Glamour is the ultimate authority for the next generation of changemakers. Local editions are now published in numerous countries including the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Russia, Greece, Poland, South Africa, Brazil, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Netherlands and Mexico. Its Editor – in – Chief is Cynthia Leive while its Chief Business Officer is Alison Moore.
20. Refinery29 (@Refinery29)
i. Twitter Followers – 1.33M
ii. Blog/website – refinery29.com
iii. About Refinery29 – Refinery29 is a digital-media company focused on women with a global audience footprint of over 500 million across all platforms. Through a variety of lifestyle stories, original video programming, and social, shareable content across all platforms, Refinery29 provides its audience with the inspiration and tools to discover and pursue a more independent, stylish, and informed life. Its mission statement reads, “To be the #1 new-media brand for smart, creative and stylish women everywhere.”
21. Dazed (@Dazed)
i. Twitter Followers – 1.32M
ii. Blog/website – dazeddigital.com
iii. About – Dazed (formerly Dazed & Confused) is a bi-monthly British style magazine founded in 1991. It was begun by Hack and Rankin Waddell while they were studying at London College of Printing (now London College of Communications). It covers music, fashion, film, art, and literature. Dazed is published by Dazed Media, an independent media group known for producing stories across its print, digital and video brands. Based in London, its founding editors are Jefferson Hack and fashion photographer Rankin.
Dazeddigital.com was launched in November 2006 with a dedicated editorial and video team covering news, fashion, culture, music and art.
22. Nylon (@NylonMag)
i. Twitter Followers – 1.24M
ii. Blog/website – nylon.com
iii. About – Nylon was co-founded in 1999 by Madonna Badger, Mark Blackwell, supermodel Helena Christensen, and husband and wife Marvin and Jaclynn Jarrett, with investment from Sam Waksal. It is an American multi-platform media company and magazine that focus on pop culture and fashion. Its coverage includes art, beauty, music, design, celebrities, technology and travel. Its name references New York and London.
23. GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine)
i. Twitter Followers – 1.24M
ii. Blog/website – GQ.com
iii. About – For fashion aficionados and the man who wants to broaden his style horizons GQStyle is the definitive guide. A biannual publication of luxurious proportions, its focus is designer menswear and grooming, topped off with dashes of culture, art, design, comment and what the GQ team describes as ‘essential inspiration’. Success with style is the ethos around which GQ is created and each issue is a provocative mix of the very best writing, strong visuals and an unrivalled sense of achievement, intelligence and irreverence.
24. V Magazine (@vmagazine)
i. Twitter Followers – 966K
ii. Blog/website – vmagazine.com
iii. About – V magazine is an American fashion magazine. It was launched in September 1999 as the “younger sibling” publication to the limited-edition quarterly Visionaire. The V Magazine website consists of multiple different navigational links such as; blog, magazine, fashion, articles, photo and video. The website contains features from the current issue as well as extras and exclusive outtakes that did not get put into the final printing of the magazine. A men’s fashion quarterly entitled VMAN started as an offshoot in 2003.
25. Fashion Magazine (@FashionCanada)
i. Twitter Followers – 698K
ii. Blog/website – fashionmagazine.com
ii. About – Fashion Magazine is a Canadian fashion magazine published by St. Joseph Media. Established in 1977, it is currently based in Toronto (with satellite offices in Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal), publishes 10 issues a year and has a total readership of 1.85 million.
The magazine covers international, national and local fashion and beauty trends and news. It aims to reach affluent, style-conscious urban women.
26. Modelinia (@Modelinia)
i. Twitter Followers – 679K
ii. Blog/website – modelinia.com
iii. About – Modelinia is a cross-platform media brand founded by Desiree Gruber and Liane Mullin in 2009 to provide an access point for in-depth coverage of the life and work of the contemporary Supermodel. Modelinia features breaking news stories, interviews with top models and promising up-and-comers and coverage of fashion shows like the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and the international Fashion Weeks taking place in New York City, London, Milan and Paris. The site was one of the first to report which models were walking in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in 2009.
27. Bryan Boy (@bryanboy)
i. Twitter Followers – 580K
ii. Blog/Website – bryanboy.com
iii. About – Bryan Grey Yambao, also known as Bryanboy, is a Filipino fashion blogger, socialite and businessman. A former web developer, he started blogging at age 24 from his parents’ Manila home.
His eponymous blog won the 2007 Philippine Blog Award for Best Fashion & Lifestyle Blog. The New York Post named him one of the nine hottest internet celebrities, and news.com.au has called him “one of Fashion 2.0’s biggest superstars” and a “phenom in the fashion blogosphere”. His blog, called “hysterically camp” by the Sydney Morning Herald, is known for its “witty and often bitchy commentary.”
Bryanboy fans often send in photos of themselves in his signature pose—standing with hips thrust to one side and a handbag in an outstretched arm—or with handwritten signs declaring “I <3 Bryanboy”; celebrity participants have included Marc Jacobs, Tanya Dziahileva, Alexandra Agoston, and Rachel Clark
28. Atelier Dore (@garancedore)
i. Twitter Followers – 539K
ii. Blog/website – atelierdore.com
iii. About – Atelier Dore is a fashion blog founded by a French lady, Garance Dore. Doré, born Mariline Fiori in Corsica France, was working as a freelance illustrator in France before beginning her blog, garancedore.com in 2006 which later she changed to Atelier Dore. In 2007, Doré began to feature photography of people around Paris on her blog, a format now known as “streetstyle”. She was named in a New York Times article as the “guardian of all style”.
In 2009, Doré began creating video content for her blog. Within a few months she was collaborating on video content with major brands, such as Dior, Chopard, Tiffany & Co., Petit Bateau, J. Crew, Max Mara and Kering, and, in 2012, had developed her own YouTube series “Pardon My French”. She currently resides in Venice, Los Angeles.
29. Olivia Palermo (@OliviaPalermo)
i. Twitter Followers – 455K
ii. Blog/website – oliviapalermo.com
iii. About – It is a fashion blog owned by Olivia Palermo. Most people know Olivia Palermo from MTV’s popular reality show The City, where she was painted as the prissy villain and frenemy number one to Elle’s Erin Kaplan. Olivia launched her blog in 2011. When she launched her blog, this is what was written in Huffington about it, “The world, apparently, needed another spare, stylish website in which the thin and the rich inform us where to shop, dine and get our hair done in every chic corner of the globe.”
30. Esquire (@esquire)
i. Twitter Followers – 421K
ii. Blog/website – esquire.com
iii. About – Esquire serves as an inspiration to men—from style to travel, grooming to wellness—offering up the ultimate guide to being a Man At His Best. Esquire introduces an exclusive team of experts, who will provide regular in-depth insights into a wide variety of topics, from lifestyle to wellness, fitness to fashion, style to travel each month. It is, and has been for nearly eighty years, a magazine about the interests, the curiosity, the passions, of men. It is based in New York, United States of America.
31. Man Repeller (@ManRepeller)
i. Twitter Followers – 388K
ii. Blog/website – manrepeller.com
iii. About – The founder of Man Repeller is Leandra Medine Cohen an American author, blogger, and humor writer. She was born on 22 December, 1988. On the blog twitter handle, she describes the blog as, “A judgement-free zone where no topic is off-limits for intellectual dissection. Come for the fashion, stay for the jokes.”
Also, the mission statement is given as, “Man Repeller explores the expansive constellation of things women care about from a place of openness and humor, with the conviction that an interest in fashion doesn’t minimize one’s intellect.”
Leandra explained the title of her blog to the Daily Mail: “Good fashion is about pleasing women, not men, so as it happens, the trends that we love, men hate. And that is fantastic.”
32. PopSugar (@POPSUGARFashion)
i. Twitter Followers – 374K
ii. Blog/website – popsugar.com/fashion
iii. About – Husband and wife Brian Sugar and Lisa Sugar founded PopSugar, in 2006, after a suggestion by blogger Om Malik that Lisa turn her celebrity gossip hobby into a company. Brian became CEO and Lisa Editor-in-Chief, and they added venture capitalist Michael Moritz to the board. PopSugar features lifestyle content targeted towards women 18-34, across topics such as beauty, entertainment, fashion, fitness, food, and parenting, on mobile, video, and social media. Headquartered in San Francisco, PopSugar is funded by Sequoia Capital and Institutional Venture Partners. The company also has offices in Chicago, London, Los Angeles, and New York.
33. Another Magazine (@AnOtherMagazine)
i. Twitter Followers – 285K
ii. Blog/website – anothermag.com
iii. About – Another Magazine, styled AnOther, is an international fashion and culture bi-annual.
Founded in 2001, its Editor-in-Chief is Susannah Frankel, who joined in January 2016. Frankel had been Fashion Features Director of the magazine since its launch and a regular contributor to Dazed & Confused since 1998. Its website anothermag.com was launched in 2009. AnOther Magazine is published by Dazed Media, an independent media group.
34. Derek Blasberg (@DerekBlasberg)
i. Twitter Followers – 276K
ii. Blog/website – derekblasberg.com
iii. About – Derek Charles Blasberg (born April 22, 1982) is an American writer, editor and New York Times bestselling author. He is currently Vanity Fair’s Our Man on the Street and a senior staffer of the Gagosian Gallery. He is also the host of CNN Style on CNN International. As a fashion editor, Blasberg has collaborated with some of the industry’s most iconic image-makers including Karl Lagerfeld, David Bailey, Terry Richardson and Marilyn Minter. Blasberg currently lives in New York with his partner Nick Brown and a dachshund called Monster.
35. Style Buble (@sussiebubble)
i. Twitter Followers – 277K
ii. Blog/website – stylebubble.co.uk
iii. About – Susanna Lau, also known as Susie Bubble, is a writer and editor living and working in London. Lau started her blog ‘Style Bubble’ in March 2006. It consists of her widely read thoughts, personal experiences and observations on fashion with a focus on spotlighting young and unknown talent. Lau was editor of Dazed Digital, the website of Dazed & Confused magazine, from 2008-2010.
In March 2010 Lau left her role as commissioning editor of DazedDigital.com in order to focus on blogging full-time.
Apart from working full-time on her blog she works as a freelance writer for Elle, The Daily Rubbish and Dazed Digital.
36. Mary Portas (@maryportas)
i. Twitter Followers – 251K
ii. Blog/website – portasagency.com
iii. About – This is owned by Mary Portas a British blogger. Her blog is brand consultancy and creative communications agency that has spent the last 20 years building best-selling fashion, retail and lifestyle brands in UK and across the world.
She has a very simple philosophy delivering work that’s clever, creative, and very commercial.
She has offices in London and Melbourne.
37. Stylecaster (@StyleCaster)
i. Twitter Followers – 222K
ii. Blog/website – stylecaster.com
iii. About – SheKnows Media is an American digital media company for women headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. In 2014, it acquired BlogHer and StyleCaster. SheKnows Media purchased StyleCaster Media Group based on Ninth Avenue in Manhattan to broaden its customer base, to complement its existing market, and better target young, cosmopolitan, and fashion-forward women. StyleCaster publishes DailyMakeover.com and StyleCaster.com fashion and beauty websites.
38. The Sartorialist (@Sartorialist)
i. Twitter Followers – 181K
ii. Blog/website – thesartorialist.com
iii. About – The Sartorialist is a fashion blog by Scott Schuman in New York. After leaving a fashion sales position to take care of his daughter in 2005, he began carrying a digital camera around on the streets of New York City, taking pictures of people who had dressed in a way that caught his eye, and then posting them to his blog, sometimes with comments about what he’d found. He pioneered fashion photography in blog form.
Schuman began The Sartorialist with the idea of creating a two-way dialogue about the world of fashion and its relationship to daily life.
He describes his philosophy as trying to echo how fashion designers looked at what they saw on the street:
“I thought I could shoot people on the street the way designers looked at people, and get and give inspiration to lots of people in the process. My only strategy when I began The Sartorialist was to try and shoot style in a way that I knew most designers hunted for inspiration.”
39. Bag Snob (@BagSnob)
i. Twitter Followers – 164K
ii. Blog/website – bagsnob.com
iii. About – Tina Craig is a pioneer in the digital space, having launched one of the first fashion blogs, BagSnob, in 2005. With a rich media background and television host experience behind her, Tina amassed a global audience of luxury oriented readers. As her site grew, her content evolved to include lifestyle, travel, beauty, and trend forecasting. She has worked as a brand ambassador, consultant, designer, and stylist, collaborating with the most venerable brands including Cartier, Valentino, Dior, Estée Lauder, Victoria Beckham, Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, and many others. She lives in Dallas with her husband and son.
40. LookBook (@lookbook)
i. Twitter Followers – 161K
ii. Blog/website – Lookbook.nu
iii. About – “Lookbook.nu” is a fashion, youth culture, and community website, created by Yuri Lee in San Francisco. It was inspired by street fashion websites and blogs such as The Sartorialist and The Cobrasnake and designed for users to post their own street-fashion photography, featuring themselves and their outfits. The website is free and allows everyone to join (a change from their original invitation-only system). It allows users to share their looks and activity in Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. Their goal is to provide a means for diverse, real people to provide fashion inspiration to others.
41. The Russian Fashion Blog (@rusfashionblog)
i. Twitter Followers – 154K
ii. Blog/website – russianfashionblog.com
iii. About – The blog “The Russian Fashion Blog” is definitely to promote fashion styles from Russia and Ukraine.
42. Tokyo Fashion (@TokyoFashion)
i. Twitter followers – 138K
ii. Blog/website – TokyoFashion.com
iii. About – TokyoFashion.com is an online daily magazine devoted to clothing, accessories, and style in Tokyo, Japan. It is the world’s most popular English-language website about Japanese street fashion and beauty.
43. Kyle Anderson (@KyleEditor)
i. Twitter Followers – 134K
ii. Blog/website – kyleeditor.com/
iii. About – Kyle Anderson is a Swedish fashion blogger. He didn’t let growing up in a small suburban town get in the way of his dream of working in fashion. Interning at magazines like Vogue and Esquire, Kyle found his home at Elle Magazine six years ago. In a chat with Daniel Haim of Bloginity, he talked about his passion for fashion right from his early age, “ Actually, I knew even in kindergarten, that I wanted to work in fashion. I was obsessed with clothes. My best friend and next door neighbor growing up had a mom who was obsessed with shopping and for vacation and weekends we would do nothing but go to malls and look at clothes, buy magazines and talk about designers. I grew up in a small suburban town, but in our minds we were really connected to what was going on in fashion.”
44. Chictopia (@chictopia)
i. Twitter Followers – 131K
ii. Blog/website – chictopia.com
iii. About – Chictopia was founded by Helen Zhu, Corinne Chan, and Richard Ho in 2008. Zhu and Chan both attended University of California Berkeley, with Zhu graduating in mechanical engineering and Chan electrical engineering and computer science. Prior to Chictopia, Zhu worked for eight years in the web industry as a product manager, Chan as a software engineer and systems architect, and Ho as an integrated circuit designer.
Chictopia is an international online fashion site based in San Francisco. The website is designed for fashion enthusiasts and bloggers to create profiles, post outfits, set up online shops, and socialize with others interested in fashion. Named as “The Next Big Thing” by Teen Vogue and “Top 4 fashion sites” by Nylon, Chictopia has growing base of 1.5MM visitors and 13MM pageviews monthly.
45. mdvstyle.com (@marianodivaio)
i. Twitter followers – 130K
ii. Blog/website – mdvstyle.com and com
iii. About Mdvstyle – This fashion blog is owned by Mariano di Vaio who was born on may 9, 1989, in Assisi, Italy. He is an actor and a model. He started his blog mdvstyle.com in January 2012. This blog is dedicated to fashion and lifestyle. Today, the blog is a digital magazine, a source of inspiration to millions of people in Italy and in the World, dedicated to men’s passions: from fashion to sport, and also travel, music and movies.
46. Daily Front Row (@DailyFrontRow)
i. Twitter Followers – 124K
ii. Blog/website – FashionWeekDaily.com
iii. About – The Daily Front Row is a fashion-industry publication, commonly known as The Daily. Brandusa Niro is the editor in chief. Formerly owned by IMG, Niro bought a controlling interest in the magazine in 2011. Niro founded The Daily in November 2002, with the first issue launching for New York Fashion Week in February of the following year. The Daily is distributed every day during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York, chronicling the goings-on from the front rows to behind the scenes. The magazine is distributed for free at the site of Fashion Week.
47. Rumi Neely (@rumineely)
i. Twitter Followers – 121K
ii. Blog/website – fashiontoast.com
iii. About – Rumi Neely is an American fashion blogger known for her style and photography. She is of Japanese, Dutch, and Scottish descent. Neely created “Fashion Toast” in 2008 and in tandem with an eBay vintage store called “Treasure Chest Vintage.” By 2009, it was receiving over 35,000 hits per day. Today, the blog receives 5.5 million hits per month, according to Cision, making it one of the most high-trafficked sites in its category. In December 2014 Neely launched ARE YOU AM I, a luxury women’s apparel line which will be sold exclusively at www.areyouami.com. To premiere the line, Neely partnered with REVOLVE Clothing for a limited run holiday pop-up at Los Angeles’ The Grove shopping center.
48. Jane Aldridge (@sea_of_shoes)
i. Twitter Followers – 102K
ii. Blog/website – seaofshoes.com
iii. About – Jane Aldridge is one of the earliest pioneers of the personal styling space, having launched her industry-adored blog in 2007. Vogue covered her when she was still in high school and as a 16 year-old, she was blogging from coco chanel’s apartment. What began as an outlet for her cocktail of vintage coups and extreme shoes, a photo diary of her impeccably styled looks, has become a brand, bursting with forward editorial photography and lifestyle content. Jane has partnered with Barneys, Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Veuve Clicquot, Tory Burch, and Stuart Weitzman among many others. She also spearheads a comfort food and artisanal cocktail blog named Thyme & Temp with her fiance, Jeff. The two live in Dallas, where Jane often collaborates with her mother, Judy Aldridge, who runs the popular home interiors blog, Atlantis Home.
49. The Curvyfashionista (@mariedenee)
i. Twitter Followers – 50.7K
ii. Blog/website – thecurvyfashionista.com
iii. About – All curvy and plus size women should have The Curvy Fashionista bookmarked. It’s an amazing resource for fashion and fashion news specifically for the plus size community. The woman behind The Curvy Fashionista is Marie Denee, a woman and blogger. Her hard work and dedication to The Curvy Fashionista has paid off; it has become an empire with almost one million followers, been featured in numerous publications and websites, and has created the TCFStyle Expo. In its third year, the TCFStyle Expo is a two-day event of shopping, entertainment, and education all specifically for the curvy woman.
50. Plus Model Magazine (@Plusmodelmag)
i. Twitter Followers – 6K
ii. Blog/website – [plus-model-mag.com]
iii. About – Plus Model Magazine, an online publication was launched in 2006 by Madeline Figueroa-Jones, a former plus-size model. The magazine features beauty and fashion editorials, beauty and fashion tips, modeling advice and interviews with plus-size celebrities as well as people working in all facets of the plus-size clothing industry. The magazine gained attention in many media outlets worldwide by publishing an editorial commenting on body image and the fashion industry.
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