As WFH has become the new norm, the general public is turning to fashion blogs and online influencers to discover new styles.
However, for once, not all fashion-related blogs are created equal.
Second, not every self-proclaimed influencer understands fashion or knows how to convey fashion styles.
As such, searching online for stylistic inspiration can be a fast route down the Insta-horror rabbit hole.
In this article, I’ll introduce you to the top 10 fashion magazines you should know about.
Fashion magazines of excellent sartorial sense and business insights.
Without further ado, here they are:
1. Business Of Fashion
Many fashion lovers have a keen desire to understand the business side of fashion; an industry worth over 2.5 trillion dollars.
Covering a wide range of business aspects, Business of Fashion has become the industry’s leading voice.
The powerhouse is an excellent source of information, trends, industry experts, and much more.
2. Who What Wear
As its name suggests, Who What Wear is an online magazine covering celebs and their styles.
Founded in 2006 by Catherine Power and Hillary Kerr, the achievements of Who What Wear are pretty amazing.
Along the way, the blog has evolved into an all-encompassing magazine that informs and educates about the latest trends.
Moreover, the magazine now offers a wide range of clothing and accessories right on the platform.
3. GQ Magazine
GQ Magazine provides tips, news, and insights into the latest fashion trends for men.
Launched in 1931 in New York City, the GQ stands for ‘Gentlemen’s Quarterly’.
Since then GQ has evolved into a monthly printed magazine with a huge online presence across multiple markets.
If you’re looking for a fashion magazine aimed at men and packed with intuitive pieces of information, GQ is the one for you.
The New York-based Fashionista, published by Breaking Media, is a media powerhouse.
The network comprises websites across multiple niches and boasts a loyal monthly readership base of over 2.5 million.
What works in favour of Fashionista is the active pulse it has on everything fashion; trends, styles, careers.
Yes, you can find coveted fashion jobs listed on Fashionista.
Refined elegance for the woman of today – that is Refinery29 for you.
Going beyond fashion alone, Refinery29 seeks to educate, inspire, and empower young women across the world.
With a staggering global reach of nearly 250 million, and accompanied by a long legacy of 14 years in operation, Refinery29 is a fashion blog you cannot miss in 2020.
6. The Fashion Fruit
Launched in 2010 by Veronica Ferrer and her partner Giorgio Merlino, Fashion Fruit has grown into one of the biggest Italian fashion blogs.
The duo cover styles, labels, trends, and everything fashion-related.
However, the blog caters only to the Italian audience as it is written solely in the Italian language.
Are those extra few inches around your waist taking away your confidence?
Is it hard to find dresses your size?
Well, if you’ve been facing any such issues, StylishM has the answers for you, as the perfect personification of ‘everything fashion curvy’.
StylishMe is more than just a plus-size fashion blog but a source of inspiration for those seeking to showcase their beautiful bodies.
8. Raindrops of Sapphire
Raindrops of Sapphire is a personal blog about fashion and a bit more.
Lorna, the founder, is also the person behind other popular blogs such as DenimBlogas and The Jeans Blog.
Besides denim – as it seems, one of Lorna’s obsessions – Raindrops of Sapphire also covers bags, shoes, and other fashion accessories.
When we think of reliable fashion bloggers, the UK, France, and the US come to mind.
But, coming from Skopje, the capital of Macedonia, FashionCorner proves to be a refreshing change.
Run by two guys (Igor and Viktor) and a girl (Krista), FashionCorner is the perfect guide for you when you’re not sure of what to wear.
BoutiqueSetup is a place for fashion entrepreneurs seeking to make money online, with their knowledge in fashion.
Here you can find some of the best ideas such as how to launch a fashionable ‘print on demand’ business.
Or, how to generate revenue by selling clothing online, and on some of the best eCommerce fashion platforms.
So there you go, this is my top 10 fashion blogs to follow in 2020.
Now, back to you:
Are there any major fashion blog you think I’ve missed out?
Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below!