Danielle Meder follows Bebe Zeva et Amber Jane Butchart, All Over Press/TT/Diana VanderMeulen.
Canadian fashion illustrator Danielle Meder is a whizz at turning dresses into doodles, but she’s also got her finger on the pulse of style online. Here are her tips for Follow Friday!
Music writer Brittany Julious always has open ears. Her mixtapes are gold mines for new jams and old favourites, and her writing appeals in a way that the usual dude-centric music criticism can’t touch, thanks to the essential sincerity from her personal experience as a black woman living in Chicago.
New York writer Fiona Duncan revealed the most wonderful, confounding, resonant fashion concept of 2014, but she’s so much more than #normcore. Her guileless idealism sometimes seems at odds with her role as a critic, but this contrary nature makes me an avid fan.
Discovering London-based historian Amber Jane Butchart’s work led to an instant crush. She’s a brilliant researcher, exploring performance and design movements from the recent and distant past. Plus, she’s got amazing personal style reminiscent of fashion illustrations from the 1920s and 30s.
Las Vegas style blogger Bebe Zeva’s OTT outfits are informed by an exhaustive knowledge of every internet-driven aesthetic youth subculture, across all her various social networks. I'd also recommend requesting access to her sometimes-locked Twitter account.
Writer Rachel White’s account is an intimate yet veiled view of her female friendships, romantic adventures, still-life shrines and most bewitchingly, her own self-image. If I lived closer to Brooklyn I could hang out with her more often, but since I don't, her Instagram is the next best thing.