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Our ancestors would probably never have predicted what our lives would be like, let alone what impact social media would have. Sure, Instagram is great if you're in an outfit inspiration trot or want to elicit a giggle from a good meme, but social media platforms have played a vital role in changing cultural conversations. political movements, and Trends (for good and bad). And even though I am dependent on Astro Twitter, I know how important these platforms are not only in times of crisis, but also beyond.
We as consumers can curate the content we consume and by engaging with it we show our support for the people, brands and things that matter most to us. Following the right accounts can open you up to a world of inspiration and knowledge. Style Inspo is an additional bonus. For those who want to curate their feed a bit more, there are eight women in advance who aren't just that Change of leadership and important discussions within the industry, which also inspire me every day. They are so damn fabulous that they demand followers.
If you looked up the boss's definition, you would find a picture of Nana Agyemang next to it. It is not only behind the often funny, addictive social media But the cut too their own platform, EveryStylishGirl, wHe is dedicated to highlighting colored women and bringing them together through events. She is the person you follow when you need inspiration to take on your own magic.
I now warn you that Naomi Elizée is serving beauty and fashion looks that will take up all of your saved area on Instagram. She not only curates a nice feed, but also works on it Fashion As an Associate Market Editor, she recently founded her own podcast. So … what are you doing again?, dedicated to highlighting women's experiences with color in fashion. Always turn on your notifications for this woman.
Would you consider yourself a beauty fanatic? Then you have to follow Maya Allen. She has worked as a beauty editor for Byrdie and Byrdie Cosmopolitan and is now a digital beauty editor to the Marie Claire. Your beauty tips will change your life – and your lipstick game – and their feed will inspire you to live your best life.
The moment I discovered it Teen VogueFeature shoot with Olivia AnakweMy heart skipped a beat and I felt the same way as I read the story. Tahirah Hairston not only writes stories that make palpitations, but also offers a unique perspective on culture, and it is worth pursuing. It doesn't just work for All pretty birdsbut also runs fun Instagram account that compiles iconic looks from black films that frankly change life in and of itself.
Lindsay Peoples Wagner was an inspiration for many, including me. While most people now probably recognize her as the pioneering force and editor-in-chief behind it Teen VogueShe always had the same energy. Who can forget them? Story for The cut, where she recorded the experiences of black people in the fashion industry? Her work has made true journalism stylish again in many ways, and it is worth pursuing.
It's no secret that I'm a fan of Designer behind Brother Vellies, But I'm not the only one. Even Beyoncé and Solange Knowles are fans. And frankly, who wouldn't be an Aurora James fan? Through her work, she is committed to sustainable and ethical fashion. Every piece she designs is handmade by artisans in different parts of Africa, and frankly, by her thoughtful approach to everything she does is the epitome of black excellence.
Who can forget when Michael B. Jordan wore this Louis Vuttion harness? If you don't keep up with the woman behind this look, meet Ade Samuel. She is the stylist behind Hollywood's best-dressed stars like Letitia Wright, Big Sean, Idris Elba … Do I have to say more? In addition to her clientele, her work has been featured in H&M campaigns and on the front pages of publications such as Beings. Whether it's a campaign, a customer, or your personal approach to style, I assure you that it will always surprise and delight you to follow Samuel's work.
It wouldn't be a list of people to follow in fashion without mentioning the work of Harper & # 39; s Bazaar editor Chrissy Rutherford. It has paved the way for more than 10 years and guides us through the trends of every season. In addition, the most admirable thing about this woman is her openness throughout her journey. She doesn't shy away from a topic and shares everything from her journey to mental health and career to her reading list, her birth chart and her current favorite collections in her social account. Rutherford is the breath of fresh air that every Instagram feed needs.
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