Follow These TikTok Fashion Commentators RN
TikTok Fashion Commentators You Need To Follow RN @ShesUnderrated, @YourStylistGab, @guyfieri.superfan

The weeks after fashion month ends are always a bleak period for fashion enthusiasts. Every season like clockwork, fans experience a major withdrawal once we're no longer overloaded with new designer collections daily. In past years, we might've replayed runway live streams like Chanel, Saint Laurent and Christian Dior to fill the sartorial void post-fashion month. But who says the debriefs have to stop once the A-listers and creative directors head home for some R&R? While the countdown to the next fashion week circuit continues, this year keep the vibes going by following these six fashion commentators on TikTok. With a variety of runway show reviews, breakdowns of celebrity red carpet looks, styling tutorials and historical style recaps, these stellar content creators will make it seem like fashion week never ended.



Who was your favorite look? Personally Ariana Grande’s Giambattista Valli look was my favorite! She brought the drama in such a posh way. #oscars #redcarpet #dior #chanel #versace#greenscreen

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Karina Chan's loyal 50,000 followers know her as the fashion nerd, but a quick study of her feed and you'll see she really knows her stuff. While some commentators don't post as often once fashion month concludes, Karina increases her posts so you'll never run out of videos to tune in to. Along with in-depth commentary about smaller, underground designers, she also encourages her viewers to take a more sustainable approach to fashion with user-friendly consummation how-tos. And if you can't get enough of her TikTok content, just wait until you listen to her podcast, "Changing Room Thoughts."


Wondering why Chani Ra's TikTok handle is @TheFashionNap? Well, it's because most of the fashion commentator's content is filmed while her baby naps. With just over 30,000 followers, Chani specializes in demystifying fashion news, scandals and feuds, covering everything from Tyler the Creator's collaboration with Louis Vuitton to the resignation of British Vogue Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful, which earned her a lofty 179,000 views. She's also not afraid to do a deep dive on a trending topic, extending her videos into the 10+ minute range — a surprising choice for a fashion influencer. For those in the mood for a glass of wine and some popcorn, Chani never leaves any stone unturned when it comes to industry-wide rumors. She's like Oprah Winfrey, but make it fashion.



I have to do betterrrrrr omg. So much more I have that I should be WEARINGGG, yall want a part 2??? Embarrassingly enough I can do one 😭😭😭 #getstyledbygab #fashioncommentary #fashiontiktok #fashioncomedy #blackgirlluxury #stylist #designer

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"It's Gabrielle, your favorite fashion commentator," is how @YourStylistGab begins every TikTok video and if you follow her, you know there's no denying that she's right. If you're looking for content that feels like you're on FaceTime with your best friend, Gabrielle is a must-watch on the fashion front. While her "Fashion Police" award season segment was what originally drew us to Gabrielle's page, we stayed for the unique shopping videos, like when she hit up a Versace sample sale and walked away with the label's iconic $1,450 Medusa Aevitas pumps for $150. Talk about expert-level shopping skills. We also can't get enough of how interactive Gabrielle is in the comment section. Continuing the best friend vibes, she'll never say no to a conversation with her followers about a divisive celebrity outfit at the Grammys, her favorite designer deals or her experience as a previous Victoria's Secret associate.


Molly Elizabeth, a British fashion writer and founder of online fashion magazine Eternal Goddess, is one of the fastest style commentators on the internet. This season, whether she was reporting on Margot Robbie at the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party or Maison Margiela's internet-breaking haute couture collection, she surprisingly posted her review just minutes after each look debuted. While her celebrity outfit critiques have certainly become a fan favorite over the years, what makes her content one-of-a-kind is when she debunks costumes from film and TV. Her 75,000 followers particularly loved her examination of the costume design in The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes. If you're a fashion fanatic with a flair for film, Molly's content is right up your alley.



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Let's be honest, fashion is a very personal artistic expression and it can often feel daunting to step outside the sartorial norm. Serena Morris, founder of the digital community She's Underrated, takes the fear out of embracing your authentic style. By introducing her followers to iconic style moments in the past and present zeitgeists (think unknown facts about 90s supermodels), Serena focuses on amplifying creativity, inclusivity and empowerment within the fashion industry. Her aesthetically pleasing TikTok is an extension of She's Underrated, which aims to "create space and purposeful opportunities for those underrepresented in mainstream fashion and digital media." So with Serena, you're not only getting a new favorite content creator, but a special community to match.


Freelance fashion writer for NYLON and Teen Vogue by day, TikTok style reviewer by night, Alexandra Hildreth keeps a close eye on the fashion week circuit (sometimes even from the front row) and always makes sure her 66,000 followers are in the loop. The writer and content creator is always quick to identify any burgeoning themes on the runway. This season she acknowledged the takeover of fur stoles, which we can expect to see more of in the fall. Alexandra even shares behind-the-scenes content as a freelance writer with her viewers. In November 2023, she posted a three-part, never-before-seen interview with Marcelo Gaia, the founder and designer of Mirror Palais. If you've ever dreamed of being a fashion writer, Alexandra shows the truth about the career path without hiding any of its glitz and glamour.

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