First up, Individualism. As the name suggests, these guys are one of a kind. Spend time exploring their videos and you’ll soon see how they both educate and entertain by bringing together trusted brands and fashion enthusiasts. We particularly love the Ted Baker Rtivo video A Brogue and Trainer. Check it out and if you’re stuck for style tips, be sure to have a look through their sins of style.
Martell Campbell already has some exciting collaborations under his belt with some of the UK’s biggest brands including Harrods, John Lewis and Ben Sherman. His distinctive twist on style makes his stand out from a crowd but it’s his tips on styling simple pieces that make him a fantastic point of reference for gentlemen concerned with looking good. and Martell can be found making his mark at Fashion Week. He thinks the biggest fashion faux-pas make is wearing flip flops in the city – they are strictly for the beach in his books!
Danielle’s fashion is cutting edge and empowering. Focussing on plus-size fashion, she promotes beautiful clothes for women of all shapes and sizes and doesn’t shy away from having an opinion on the state of the plus-size fashion industry right now. There’s also a healthy dose of makeup, travel and London eateries to tune into and use to inspire your own look or space. Danielle is also really fun to follow on Twitter, sharing updates from her day to day life at the heart of city-based fashion.
We could spend hours drooling over the, quite frankly, stunning imagery on Finnish-born Sandra Hagelstam’s site, It’s no surprise that it’s won awards! 5 inch and up is fuelled by Sandra’s love for fashion and high heels, indeed she claims “you’ll never see me in flats”! Sandra’s Instagram feed is a beautiful extension of her blog, offering an insight to her artistic and unique take on fashion, beauty, lifestyle and luxury travel, but our favourite thing is her Shoe of the Month feature which has us dreaming up all kinds of reasons to buy another pair....
Simple, yet extremely effective in creating some serious style envy, Jonathan Daniel Pryce, (better known as Garcon Jo) has a blog filled to the brim with inspiring imagery and fresh concepts. From suited and booted to casual to high fashion, with everything in between, he captures street style at its very best. His work has included working for Vogue and GQ, sharing behind the scenes updates on Twitter.
If you like your fashion with a side of beautiful writing, Style Bubble is for you. Susanna Lau is a writer and editor living in London and her blog is the place to go to discover young and new talent in the fashion sphere. From opinions on fashion forums to sharing her muses on style and personal experiences she also lets you go behind the scenes in features on how fashion is created. We follow her religiously on Twitter, and so should you!
Listen, we’re a sucker for a pooch, so one as cute as Custard was sure to win our hearts! He belongs to Rosie Thomas, one of the most stylish ladies gracing our London streets. Although she calls London home, her blog is also filled with her travel adventures. Her stunning pictures are all taken by her, unless she can convince a loved one (or even a stranger!) to take them.
The only way to describe Shini Park’s blog is a creative whirlwind! Perhaps it’s her work as a graphic designer and photographer, or maybe her passion for DIY fashion? We got lost in that section for a while, and it was so easy to follow some of the how-tos, we’re crafting converts for sure! After graduating Central Saint Martins, Shini Park started putting together her carefully curated photography on Park & Cube, and a fashion blog was born. Park’s book, Adorn: 25 Stylish Fashion Projects (£16.99, Hardie Grant) celebrates her passion for style and shows readers how they can create their own pieces at home.
Ella Catliff is probably brilliant at writing about fashion because she’s living it every day as a model. Her blog is gorgeous (but, of course) and we love how easy she makes it look to style an entire outfit – often with a theme in mind, like her Look Du Jour posts. Ella says “I’m a big advocate of building an outfit around a particular piece. It gives you a starting point and make the whole process much more straightforward, even when your job literally is based on your ability to dress yourself well coming up with outfits can still be stressful” – music to our ears!
Want to see Ella’s apartment? Take a peek here
Last, but in absolutely no ways least, this blog is pure unadulterated joy! An eclectic mix of fashion and the life of a London-based blogger, Kristabel shows us just how much fun you can have getting dressed. She’s been involved in London fashion week and collaborated with the likes of Kate Spade and Boden. Her blog showcases her day to day outfits and gives plenty of advice on how to style key pieces in your wardrobe, but perhaps the most unique section is the one where she presents advice on how to get into blogging yourself. Truly inspiring stuff!
Fashion office space for rent in London
Finding the right fashion office in London isn't always an easy task. Unlike many industries, The requirements for a office space in this sector are quite particular: it's essential to find a space that has the right natural lighting, and suits a creative atmosphere.