5 Fashion Editors You Need To Follow on The ‘Gram
T-minus 22 days until Fashion Month begins. If waiting for the FW 2020 catwalk shows to begin just doesn't cut it for you to have your fashion fix, then there are other ways to get it.
Stalking trends online, endlessly flicking through magazines and circling what you like or you could take the easy option and follow the below 5 fashion editors on Instagram. This fashionable lot, have a mix of style, life and humor on their accounts so are sure to tide you over until the madness of fashion month ensues.
Check them out below and let us know your thoughts within the comments.
Milli Midwood (@millimidwood)
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After nearly three incredible years at @harpersbazaararabia (I will forever be indebted to @paysleyr & @samrushforth for bringing me into the best job I’ve ever had), I’m beyond thrilled to announce that as of Jan I will be the new editor-in-chief of @cosmomiddleeast Bring on 2020
First up is the new Editor-in-Chief Cosmopolitan Middle East: Milli Midwood. With 16.9k followers her account is full of soft neutrals, travel pics and outfit inspiration constantly have you saving posts. Her followers are equally invested in her recent engagement as they are her style and Milli perfectly balances her content between her personal life and work life so seamlessly that her Insta really allows you to connect with her along with getting major inspo.
Alison Tay (@thestyleeditor)
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My favourite thing about @ninaubhi is that she brought her own ring light to film our Facebook Live chat today. My second favourite thing about Nina Ubhi is that she’s about to lift the lid on the business of beauty blogging in her Grazia Academy course: Make-up for video tutorials on Saturday 21 September at @thecfddubai. Expect to discover how to make beauty trends work for you; building relationships with beauty brands; and a beginner's guide to what you need in your camera kit. Spoiler alert: Nina promises that after one day with us you're going to be a pro! Free goodie bag for the first 30 students to sign up! We'll see you in class! in bio for the video and more information, visit graziame.com/graziaacademy
Up next, Alison Tay, Editor-in-Chief Grazia Middle East. Alison, also known as ‘the style editor’ has 11k followers and counting. Alison was the first editor to ban weight-loss coverage and ‘summer body’ issue, replacing it with a ‘body positivity issue instead’, which lets face it, is the only reason you need to follow her. If you need a little more persuading then Alison’s account showcases her impeccable sense of style, contemporary, feminine, modest with a twist align with an array of travel pics that give subtle hints of what to expect from future Grazia issues.
Olivia Phillips (@oliviaphillipsbazaar)
Olivia, Phillips, Editor Harpers Bazaar Arabia and rightly so. Olivia’s account shares cover posts, and #BTS shots from issues alongside humorous posts that we can all relate to. Mixed into her feed are some selfies (mainly mirror to showcase her personal style) and shots of her outfits from around the globe; an account where you tap to see where each item is from. Each post allows Olivia’s personality to shine through and her positivity is contagious, so if you’re looking for style and a smile, hit that follow button.
Carly Cardellino (@carlycardellino)
American journalist who is recognized for having acted as a beauty director for Cosmopolitan magazine, which led to her amassing over 51,300 followers on her personal Instagram account. She formerly worked as a beauty editor for Shape magazine. Her Instagram feed is all about testing and trying beauty trend or treatment once (the pics of her purple hair are on IG to prove it). However, her favorite part about being in beauty is finding the most effective products, and then sharing a review with her followers. If you want to know what is worth buying and what isn’t be sure to follow Carly.
Laura Brown (@laurabrown99)
Brown's media career began at the now-defunct Australian fashion magazine Mode where she was a production editor for two years. At age 21, Brown then moved to London for two years where she worked as a freelancer, including as a correspondent for Harper's Bazaar Australia. She is the current editor in chief at instyle magazine. Her personal style is - a relaxed take on glamour as seen on her Instagram feed. Brown is considered a leading fashion figure on Instagram, and uses the app to promote the brand of InStyle.
Want to experience the front row of fashion shows, peek behind-the-scenes at celebrity photo shoots and spot the latest trends before everyone else? Make sure you follow these fashionistas-EIC's.
What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments.
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Written by Vruksha Mawani and Vanessa Gainford.