Archive for April, 2013


1.The Blonde Salad –

Chicara Ferragni


The Blonde Salad, Chiara Ferragni’s personal journal of style, fashion and travel, has offered an all-encompassing glimpse into her glamorous and international life since 2009. It features behind-the-lens posts on location and interviews with designers and industry figures, including Tory Burch and Taylor Tomasi Hill,alongside her personal style inspirations. A law student at Bocconi University, The Milan-based blogger draws inspiration from the sartorial differences of varying cultures, looking to ‘travel pictures and foreign blogs, which help open the mind to something new’. Charismatic and enthusiastic, her daily musings on fashion constitute a compelling blog which has seen her win both Bloglovin’s Newcomer of the Year Award and Blogger Business of the Year Award.


Hi people, I’m Chiara Ferragni!
I was born in Cremona 25 years ago and I currently am a law student at Bocconi university. In October 2009 I opened this fashion blog, recommending to my followers a personal look every day with great attention to details, complete with text and captions in Italian and English (75% of followers are outside Italy).

Less than two years after its opening, TBS has reached 110,000 views daily (more than 800.000 unique visitors and 12.000.000 impressions per month).

Mentioned by NEW YORK MAGAZINE as “One of the biggest breakout street-style star of the Year” I got important personal achievements from the end of 2009 until now.’

2.Stop It Right now-

Jayne Min


With her fresh combination of fashion-forward style obsession, a love of skateboarding and her sense of tough, pinked-out chic, Los Angeles-based Jayne Min has rapidly become the poster girl for street wear blogging. Stop It Right Now, founded in 2009, has an international following of girls and guys who look to Min for style inspiration and admire her upfront attitude. Coming from a back ground in apparel design, when Min first published Stop It Right Now she had little experience with online publishing:’I had no idea what I was doing’,She admits. Though the blog’s concept was not initially clearly defined, the result is something that feels organic and natural, an online journal that communicate her passions to an ever-growing audience. Not settling for simply being known as a blogger, Min has also designed a number of items,including skateboard decks and handbag, that have been heralded across the web.

3. Advanced Style-

Ari Seth Cohen


‘My name is Ari Seth Cohen. I roam the streets of New York looking for the most stylish and creative older folks. Respect your elders and let these ladies and gents teach you a thing or two about living life to the fullest. Advanced Style offers proof from the wise and silver-haired set that personal style advances with age.’

4. Park & Cube –

Shini Park


Born in Seoul, raised in Warsaw and now London based, Shini Park is a Graphic designer and writer behind the fashion blog, Park & Cube. The blog was launched in November 2008, consisting mainly of her photography and personal thoughts on topics ranging from fashion to food. Shini also is an ardent explorer of secret hideouts in London and fashion Fashion DIY projects. After graduating Central Saint Martins, Park now works as a web designer and photographer for

5.Kate Loves Me –

Pelayo Diaz


After moving from Madrid to London to study fashion at Central St Martins, and while interning at Giles Deacon and McQ,Pelayo Diaz, better known as Prince Pelayo, decided to start blogging about the exciting life he was leading. Covering backstage at fashion shows, parties, people and his own style, he started Kate Loves Me in 2007, initially as a way of showing his friends and family at home what he was getting up to. The blog rapidly earned itself a following of readers yearning to get glimpse of the prince’s glamorous existence.