If you thought being a freethinking individual with exquisite sartorial taste is difficult if you live in the Philippines, here are significantly confident fashion bloggers that should inspire you. Our conservative society insists on blending in with the majority and conforming to a set of outdated rules. But what if you’re the type who seeks individuality through clothing? What if your art affects your preference in presenting yourself? What if your outlet of self-expression is through fashion?
These fashion bloggers will tell you there’s nothing wrong with that.
These Filipino Fashion Bloggers Will Motivate You to Up Your Confidence
This woman grabs the top spot of this list due to her success. Blogging since 2011, she has graced the covers of several magazines including Rogue Magazine, L’Officiel Manila, L’Officiel Singapore, and Preview Magazine and has been featured in Coveteur. This Filipino-Australian features fashion editorials in her blog and has worked with huge international brands such as MAC Cosmetics, Sephora, Calvin Klein, Gucci, Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Tommy Hilfiger, IWC Schaffhausen, and Shoes of Prey. Her work and style already earned the attention from WWD, Marie Claire Australia, Vogue Paris, Who What Wear, The Fore, and The Sartorialist.
She appeared as a guest on Asia’s Next Top Model.
Often mistaken as twins, the duo is one of the most respected fashion bloggers in the Philippines. The two went from bloggers to social media influencers to co-authors and now businesswomen. Their first billboard appearance was in Davao City, and later, they got published in Candy Magazine and MEGA Lifestyle Magazine. They became brand ambassadors of SMART, SM Department Store, Charles & Keith, Close Up, and Purple Groom, leading to sponsorships from Belo Medical Group, Creamsilk, Metro Dental, and many other brands. In December 2018, the sisters launched their perfume brand VV & Co with MEGA. Fashion indeed takes you to places!
Cha has been blogging since 2013, and her adventurous style and spontaneity have earned the attention of local and international brands including River Island, American Eagle Outfitters, H&M, Forever 21, Roxy, and others. She has also earned features in print magazines such as MEGA Magazine, Metro Society, and Preview.
Renee took her love for fashion to Singapore, where she studied fashion design and began her career. Known for her bold silhouettes, fabric manipulations, and extreme volumes, this fashion enthusiast intentionally clashes fashion movements to create unforgettable outfits. She began blogging in 2012 and showcases her quirky yet intelligent taste on Instagram, as well as her insights on style, fashion, and travel.
This fashion blogger started putting up her thoughts online since she was twelve years old. That was 2011. When her blog took off, this passion of hers became her career. Her focus on content creating has landed her on feature articles both online and in print. This includes BuzzFeed, Audrey Magazine, Candy Mag Online, StyleBible, Cosmo, Preen, Bench, Preview, and many others. She has worked with brands such as Nivea, St. Ives, Unilever, Dove, Sephora, NARS, Topshop, Herschel, Fujifilm, and Chevrolet. She currently resides in New York City.
We reserved the last spot for him as he’s one of the pioneers of the Filipino fashion blogosphere. Bryan Grey Yambao, popularly known as Bryanboy, started blogging in 2004. By 2006, his influence was so huge that supermodel Angela Lindvall, in a campaign for Fendi, held up a handbag in his signature pose. In 2007, his blog won the Philippine Blog Award for Best Fashion & Lifestyle Blog. The New York Post named him one of the nine hottest internet celebrities, and News.com.au called him one of Fashion 2.0’s biggest superstars. He earned the attention of the Sydney Morning Herald as well, which called his blog “hysterically camp” and “known for its witty and often bitchy commentary.” He was featured as the social media correspondent on cycle 19 and 20 of America’s Next Top Model. Many other fans, especially international celebrities, have imitated his signature pose as well. This includes Marc Jacobs, Tanya Dziahileva, Alexandra Agoston, and Rachel Clark. Marc Jacobs named a bag after him. The magazines and articles he has appeared in are too many to mention; so are the luxury brands he works with.Phenomenal Filipino Fashion Bloggers You Should Follow Now by George