Last Style of Defense by Dan Hasby-Oliver
As the ’Star of Fashion’s Future Front Row for Fashion Blogging’ (Grazia magazine UK, 2010) and one of Fashion 100′s The Definitive List of the Worlds Most Influential Bloggers (Menswear, 2011) Dan is a freelance fashion journalist and a trends analyst for a global company who has captured over 1,000,000 loyal readers since July 2009. Dan has a passion for Creative Recreation sneakers, Unconditional clothing and Los Angeles.
The author of this blog sticks to anonymity. He just explains in his homepage what it’s all about: ”guy in london pondering about all the inane, frivolous and unnecessary wants in life. like, “00o00h i want one of those”! He has an unmissable eye for fashion and a true essence of what will be the next trend!
Based in New York, Bryan Boy begun blogging back in 2004 when the blogosphere was not even existent. Always ahead of its time, he remains a style icon and someone who is not afraid of fashion, rather he pushes is forward! Style.com wrote about him that he is ‘A cult read in fashion circles” in 2008. Now, he is also a cult see!
Fashion by He was created by a fashion and stylist expert, who still remains anonymous, in an effort to pass along his knowledge to the world. He has absolutely no training and comes to this post with little to no knowledge about fashion, yet somehow He manages to captivate the attention of millions everyday. He’s located in New York an established his blog on July 2009. He has a unique fashion eye for all things right or wrong, never follows norms and is distinct for his amazing, ironic yet humorous commentary!
The Sartorialist by Scott Schuman
Scott 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 was the first who so powerfully established the trend of narrating fashion beside the catwalk and outside the show. He is the pioneer of street style photography with a stunning fashion eye, always promoting the different, the avant guard, the ‘non-yet-said’ in fashion! In 2009 Penguin published an anthology of his images that has sold well over 100,000 copies to date and you should all have it as your bible! Last but not least, his work resides in the permanent collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography.
Street Peeper by Phil
He started Street Peeper in late 2006 and now he is one of the most popular street style blogger. His photographs are credited every day in the most major fashion blogs as he has an amazing easiness to shoot Anna Wintour and the girl next door. He chooses stylish people and always puts an element of comfort and attractiveness in his work!
Style Salvage is an open discussion conducted by two friends, Steve and EJ, on how men could and do dress. Started back in June 2007, the blog aims to showcase emerging and established design talent alike whilst exuding a penchant for quality, tailoring and a general openness to creativity and self-expression. It features style commentary, 7 day style diaries, interviews with designers, journalists and shop owners mixed in with the occasional easy DIY project and personal style shot.
Jak & Jil by Tommy Ton
Tommy proves street style rules over runway, as he waits outside fashion shows in New York, Milan or Paris for the right pair of shoes.”I’m a stalker. If I see a pair of shoes I like, I’ll follow them down the street. I’m not creepy. But I am obsessive”, he admits and Paris is his shoe nirvana. His blog has 25,000 daily hits and he doesn’t have time for Hollywood celebrities. Apart from his ability to define the next fashion trends he is a label savant, as he can identify who wears what on the spot!
Dapper Lou by Ludget Delcy
Ludget created Dapper Lou to showcase the work and style of innovative men by publishing daily editorials and street styles. His blog is a platform for endless creativity that aims to inspire those interested in menswear and features works from fashion industry newcomers and legends alike. He is constantly inspired by the eclectic New York style, as an avid viewer of street-style blogs, he found that sites exclusively dedicated to menswear were sparse. He began photographing men with admirable style to demonstrate exciting and refreshing spins to menswear. His lens has captured notable names such as Jason Wu, Terry Richardson and Scott Schuman- whom he credits as an inspiration.
Pelayo is a Spanish fashion freak with all the good sense! He established his blog back in 2007 and he is not afraid to show his unique fashion quality and style, as he has the ability to mix and match rock and glamorous, a reminiscent of David Bowie. He is going to be the new face of Diane von Furstenberg and he has been featured to almost all of the avant guard and mainstream magazines such as Sheer Magazine, L’Officiel Home, Wad, V magazine, Elle, Vogue and more. A true artist of fashion, surely to become a new obsession!
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