5 Fashion Bloggers You Need to Follow Right Now
As Miami’s upcoming first food hall, our sights are set on the future of the city’s food scene in many respects. But another big pillar of what we wish to accomplish for Miami is upping its fashion game through our extensive retail department and artisan pop-ups. One side of the ground floor will be dedicated to amazing local, national, and international brands, engaging with customers in the connective atmosphere that halls provide. Getting inspired for retail, we’re constantly looking at trends and vibrant perspectives, which is why we think these five accounts are must-follows for the real current pulse in the game:
Travel and fashion go hand in hand nowadays, with bloggers bleeding into both spheres for content spanning the most brilliant of hues. The New York City-based storyteller, Krystal Bick, found a way to keep all the content under one roof with her travel blog: This Time Tomorrow. She gives tips that range from travel guides to seasonal must-haves and more.
Tessa Barton is one of NYC’s most talented eyes, a renown lifestyle guru, and lead singer of the electronic-pop duo, Doe. She may have tons of things going on, from epic travel adventures that subtly inject brand-led initiatives, to on-point local pointers about all things The Big Apple. We love her play on light and color (cover photo).
Through their work with brands and up-and-coming designers, fashion bloggers inevitably become entrepreneurs themselves. We love Paola “Pao Pao” Mathé for her female and racial empowerment activations, and her personal storytelling that connects readers to her own life experiences on an authentic level. Plus, her Fanm Djanm head wraps are some of the most beautiful textiles we’ve seen in years.
He may be the only man on the list (for now), but his 1 million followers speak volumes to his couture eye. A photographer and designer himself, Scott Schuman knows quite a few things about the fashion world and it shows. Much of his account is a collection of street snaps intermingled with tips and spotlights on designers, trends, and travel experiences.
We’ve celebrated their style and vibrant outlook on life before, but we just can’t get enough of DISfunkshion Magazine and its beautiful editor, Hugette Montesinos. With over 100,000 print magazine subscribers worldwide, they’re breaking the stigma against printed materials and bringing a bohemian, self-friendly lifestyle to the world by spotlighting the colors, patterns, and consciousness of every culture through fashion.