London’s Best Fashion Bloggers

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These It girls and boys are always on the go (and usually look fabulous whilst doing so). We’ve picked our favourite London Fashion Bloggers for you to get inspired – and perhaps a little envious!

 

Susanna Lau | www.stylebubble.co.uk

Also known affectionately as Susie Bubble, Lau is probably one of the most successful and influential fashion bloggers in London, if not the world. Eclectic and full of colour, her writing is insightful and comprehensive. Whether it’s the latest art exhibition or a tribute to faux fur, you’re in for an editorial treat at Style Bubble.

 

Rosie | www.thelondoner.me

London’s girl about town, Rosie’s blog revolves around style, travel and her hunger-inducing recipes (usually accompanied by the most teasing photos). Great quality imagery (she recommends the Lumix GF5) and endless wanderlust from Lake Como to Phuket. Oh and, she’s got the most adorable Maltese cross Yorkie, Custard, that makes an appearance from time to time.

 

Shini Park | www.parkandcube.com

Born in Seoul, raised in Warsaw, Shini now runs her London-based lifestyle blog, Park and Cube, alongside being a digital consultant, graphic designer and photographer. Her posts read like a luxury editorial magazine, generally filled with gorgeously styled imagery and usually features Shini herself – dolled up in a collaboration with Cartier, Adidas or Gap to name a few.

 

Gala Gonzalez | www.amlul.com

London based blogger, designer and DJ, Gala is regularly featured in magazines around the world. Her “Look of the Day” posts are usually taken in London although more often than not, feature dreamy, exotic places like Shanghai and the South of France. Vogue UK praises “her eclectic eye and madcap approach to dressing” – we’ll have to agree.

 

Sandra Hagelstam | www.5inchandup.blogspot.com

This Finnish blonde hair, blue eyed beauty studied fashion design and marketing at the London College of Fashion. Expect lots of Saint Laurent, Alexander Wang and effortlessly styled tousled locks on her blog, 5 inch and up. She’ll be launching her own collection of heels in collaboration with River Island in November – we couldn’t be happier for her.

 

Peony Lim | www.peonylim.com

Peony is a creative consultant, luxury brand ambassador and blogger extraordinaire. With her mixed English and Chinese heritage, she balances her time between London and Asia – and as you’d expect, is a regular on street style blogs. Her site is great for fashion inspiration (or should we say, lots of outfit envy) and beautifully styled home-made recipes by herself.

 

Ella Catliff | www.ella-lapetiteanglaise.com

Named one of the “20 To Watch for 2014” by InStyle Magazine UK, the very lovely Ella Catliff is 2014’s rising star. Always with a signature bright and bold lip or a cutesy mini, she’s collaborated with brands like Mulberry, Chanel and the OUTNET. Her recently redesigned blog is a delight to navigate around for outfit inspiration.

 

Carrie Harwood | www.wishwishwish.net

We love Carrie (and her honesty): “I’m a fashion blogger that isn’t model-thin.” She’s between a UK size 12-14 – although we can hardly tell – and yet it’s wonderful to see it hasn’t stopped her from working with the likes of Kenzo, Barbour and Louis Vuitton. Quite impressive for a 23 year-old and a refreshing change in a sea of skinny bloggers.

 

Alice Zielasko | www.alicepoint.com

This blogger and street style photographer is based in Notting Hill (although she’s thinking of moving to New York soon). Alice is a regular on the fashion week circuit and works regularly alongside some of the industry’s biggest names like Marc Jacobs and Reebok. She describes her style as Scandinavian and that’s exactly what you’ll get: minimalist perfection.

 

Jonathan Daniel Pryce | www.garconjon.com

Formally Les Garçons de Glasgow, Jonathan was Scotland’s leading street style blogger before he moved to London. He now works as a fashion photographer, capturing men’s street style at its best. Whether along Jermyn Street (one of his favourite haunts) or in the Marais district of Paris, Jonathan’s got a knack for catching men at their best.

 

Colin Chapman | www.sharpenedlead.com

Menswear contributor to the Guardian, Colin “brings you a style obsessive’s view of the best of men’s fashion.” From his style insights abroad in Warsaw to Opening Ceremony’s latest capsule collection with Teva, Colin is always on the pulse – especially when highlighting young British talents like Lou Dalton and Kit Neale. Oh and, he’s our menswear editor too. #justsayin’

 

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