Fashion Influencers

Fashion bloggers on Instagram have completely changed the way the fashion industry interacts with its customers. In the past, the hottest fashion trends existed on the runway and in magazines, and weren’t particularly accessible to the average consumer. Enter Instagram fashion influencers. Fashion influencers collaborate with popular fashion brands, but they also share their day-to-day outfits and give accessible fashion tips that anyone can use. Here are some of the top fashion influencers in the world.


Jeanne Damas: Jeanne Damas embodies classic French girl chic. Her style looks effortless, but with feminine touches that elevate each look to the next level. Jeanne is the founder of Rouje Paris, a fashion brand that perfectly embodies her style sensibilities. She also has 1.3 million followers on Instagram.


Nicole Warne: Warne came to prominence with the success of her blog, Gary Pepper Girl, and the corresponding Instagram, @nicolewarne, which has 1.8 million followers. She is one of the most successful Australian fashion influencers, and has appeared on the cover of Vogue Brides, Elle Australia, and Harper’s Bazaar Indonesia and Singapore. She is known for her bold, modern style.


Aimee Song: Song has a hugely successful Instagram with 5.5 million followers, making her one of the most visible fashion influencers on the platform. Her blog, Song of Style, showcases her California cool style sensibilities. She has also released a Song of Style fashion collection and has been named one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30.


Susie Lau: Lau started her blog, Susie Bubble, in 2006, making her one of the first fashion bloggers to gain traction online. She quickly gained popularity due to her quirky style and willingness to try bold trends. She has since transitioned into fashion journalism, and still documents her showstopping outfits on her Instagram, @susiebubble.


Leandra Medine: You probably know Medine by the name of her blog, Man Repeller. The site started off as Medine’s diary of her innovative and ‘man-repelling’ outfits, but has since transitioned into an entire online magazine. Medine still has her own Instagram, @leandramcohen, where she shares her outfits as well as snippets of her daily life.

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