As much as the #fitfam have commandeered the hashtag #inspo, there are some style heavyweights you’re probably not following yet who can inspire you to invest in some new threads. Here are the men you need to double tap, just in time for London Collections Men.
Come any and every fashion week, Nick Wooster will be photographed nonstop on the street nipping from show to show, usually smoking a cigarette. His Instagram is full of his biker-meets-gent style that you’ll want immediately as well as the best looks from the menswear shows.
Fashion director of Bergdorf Goodman, Pask is all over everything menswear. Following him is like getting a high-end stylist for free.
No stranger to the #frow (that’s front row), Tinie’s ‘gram is filled with shots of well dressed celeb friends and whatever sick threads he has on that day.
The impeccably dressed creative consultant posts the best images from his blog thegentlemanblogger.com giving you garm envy all day every day.
A Brooklyn based MC, he’s worked with Outkast and Solange Knowles and hangs out with Karl Largerfeld. Needless to say, he’s pretty well decked out.
Fashion don’t stop at forty and neither did this guy. He explores fashion for the older man and uploads snaps of his stuff.
One half of one of the coolest brands coming out of NYC (Public School), he posts street wear to take inspiration from.
Londoner Hynes is one of the best-dressed men in the business. From dungarees to women’s shirts, the man can pull anything off. Need a style idol? Look no further.
You guessed it, this is fashion inspiration from one angle: the chest. Everything you need for your top half. We like to think he’s wearing his sweats on his bottom half but probably not given the calibre of pocket squares.
Your go-to on street wear for both you and the woman in your life. Expect colourful shots and enviable style.
In the words of it’s founders Kissi and Travis Gumbs, their Instagram showcases “style using a cultural, historical and urban perspective”. Expect sweet kicks and monotone outfits.
Founder of Brooklyn based label Knickerbocker Mfg. Co., Livingstone takes you into the heart of BK and all of his clothing creations.
Top food Instagrammer and the first winner of the CDFA’s Fashion Instagrammer of the year award, he’s definitely worth having on your newsfeed.
A bodybuilder with a sense of style the goes beyond gymrat slogan tees, would you believe it. He’ll inspire your simple weekend gear with arty shots and neutral colours. And a lot of blue.
His girlfriend started his Instagram to show off how he dressed, and now he has over 186k followers. So safe to say he looks pretty good.
A superhero of fashion sorts, by day Ankari is an associate market editor at Bloomberg, by night he’s a fashion blogger. You’ll probably want his life as well as his perfect style.
The German-born model probably never has to dress himself, but he consistently looks great. He might incite jealousy, but at least he’ll do so along with some style drive.