Outfits off the runway are now just as influential trendmakers as designers' collections, and bloggers -- Rumi from Fashion Toast or Louise from Miss Pandora -- and fashion editors -- Kate Lanphear from American Elle or Anna dello Russo from Japanese Vogue -- have developed into full-blown celebrities in fashion circles. Here is a selection of the top ten streetstyle blogs to keep up with trends.(Relaxnews) -
Outfits off the runway are now just as influential trendmakers as designers' collections, and bloggers - Rumi from Fashion Toast or Louise from Miss Pandora - and fashion editors - Kate Lanphear from American Elle or Anna dello Russo from Japanese Vogue - have developed into full-blown celebrities in fashion circles. Here is a selection of the top ten streetstyle blogs to keep up with trends.
Jak & Jil - Photographer Tommy Ton, whose signature style has been copied by labels such as Christian Louboutin for their fashion ads, has just been featured in American Vogue's Power Issue and has been covering the international fashion weeks for style.com.
The Sartorialist - Scott Schuman, one of the first streetstyle photographers to become widely known, has been named one of Time Magazine's Top 100 Design Influences. His book, The Sartorialist, was published last year.
Garance Doré - Schuman's real-life girlfriend, Garance Doré, is the author of the most-followed French streetstyle blog (available in both French and English). She snaps women's individual style for French Vogue, among others, and has been part of design collaborations with brands including Gap.
Facehunter - Yvan Rodic has been for the UK what Scott Schuman is for the US, even though his style is a bit edgier than the Sartorialist's. His Facehunter book was released internationally this year, and a new blog (http://yvanrodic.blogspot.com) now also documents his non-fashion impressions from his travels.
Altamira NYC - Dubbed 'Models off duty,' this blog captures the streetstyle of all kinds of fashion professionals including the industry's best-known models, often predicting soon-to-be-famous new faces.
Stil in Berlin - Translating as 'Style in Berlin,' this most important German streetstyle blog has moved far beyond the borders of the country's capital, documenting the international in-crowd's outfits.
Copenhagen Streetstyle - Scandinavia's design is known for its purist basics with a twist, and streetstylers there normally live up to expectations. The best-known local blog is Copenhagen Streetstyle.
Hanneli Mustaparta - Hailing from the same region of the world, Norwegian TV presenter, model and photographer Hanneli Mustaparta has built a name for her eye for well-composed outfits. She is also featured in American Vogue's Power Issue.
Streetpeeper - This site features destinations from New York to Paris and Tokyo and lets you search for outfits by label or style.
The Cobrasnake - Mark Hunter has got you covered when all other streetstyle photographers are sleeping: famous mostly for his party pictures, he is also credited with 'making' it-girls and style icons including Cory Kennedy.Reuse content