Just in time for Milan Fashion week starting next Wednesday, we’re bringing you 10 must-follow Italian fashion bloggers that’ll fill your feed with all of the Prada, Balenciaga, and Gucci that your heart could ever want.
1. Chiara Ferragni | The Blonde Salad
Chances are you’re already following this megababe, but just in case you aren’t, make sure to hit the follow button. Chiara has worldwide recognition with over 6.5 million Instagram followers and she’s a staple at every fashion week around the world. For all you L.A. babes, she just purchased a second home in the Hollywood Hills, making her a permanent fixture in the U.S. as well.
2. Veronica Ferraro | The Fashion Fruit
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You might have seen some of Veronica’s collaborations with brands like Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Dior, and Chanel…(just to name a few) and her blog is the second most read blog in Italy with 700,000 page views a month (how’s that for engagement)!
3. Eleonora Carisi | Jou Jou Villeroy
A regular on The Sartorialist and Street Peeper, you may recognize this blogger/designer/model from Jimmy Choo’s 24:7 campaign or Roberto Cavalli’s ‘I LOCK YOUR LOVE’ capsule collection.
4. Nicoletta Reggio | Scent of Obsession
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With a relaxed style that could easily pass for the streets of LA, this Italian blogger always knows just the right way to mix up her wardrobe.
5. Marta Pozzan | @marta_pozzan
After working for Vanity Fair Italy and hosting the daily show, Fashion Nuts on Lostinfashion.it, this fashionista moved to L.A. to continue her love of fashion in the states.
6. Erika Boldrin | @erika_boldrin
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This Italian beauty’s style can best be described as a little bit sophisticated and a lot of bohemian. One day she’s wearing a ruffle shift dress that looks straight out of a Free People catalog, and the next she’s as classic as they come in a Valentino suit.
7. Irene Buffa | Onto My Wardrobe
Her casual and classic style was described by Elle Italia as “simple chic.” Her style is all about colors, suits, one pieces, and prints, with classic, clean cuts, and a touch of edginess. Be sure to follow her account not only for fashion inspiration, but also to get a behind the scenes look at the designing process, as she is in the process of designing her first collection!