Best Male Fashion Influencers To Follow In 2020: Meet The New Generation Of Street Style Stars
October 31 2019 by Esther Newman
Image by: Kevin Bhagat
The next generation of men’s fashion are breaking
boundaries and disregarding dated fashion ‘rules’. Here's some of the best men's fashion influencers Bullring & Grand Central think you should follow for 2020. They are sure to become your favourite followings on Instagram in no time!
We’ve all been there – standing in front of our wardrobes, clothes strewn across our bedrooms and time ticking by, with no idea what to wear. Sure, it’s a dilemma that can be solved by planning ahead or developing a go-to uniform, but those are the boring options. We want to be inspired and excited when dressing in the mornings. That’s why we hit up Instagram for our outfit inspiration, taking cues from style influencers who are just that bit more daring with their dressing.
Finding yourself in a style rut? We’ve rounded up our 5 favourite men’s street style stars on the ‘gram. Whether you want to copy a full-on look or just want to widen your Insta’ following, they are ones to watch when that dreaded ‘nothing to wear’ feeling hits.
We love how eclectic Luka Sabbat’s style is – he’ll pair leather trousers with cowboy boots, double up on clashing prints and often plays with proportion (layering baggy hoodies over tailored trousers).
Johnson Gold’s feed is all about colour and pattern. Feeling bold enough to mix bright orange and turquoise blue? Gold shows us how. A lemon-yellow suit? Why not. Mixing snake prints? Yes please!
Maxime of @70s.vogue is our street style go-to and a reminder to have fun with fashion. His feed is complete with quirky graphics, playful layering, seriously cool kicks and major accessory game.
Fashion editor Jean-Claude does casual cool so well with easy layering in a palette of neutrals.
Joel, aka @gallucks, is one to hit up when the weather isn’t playing ball. This influencer is London based, so his outfits tend to feature a lot of layering, weather-appropriate garms and Brit cool.