Street style stars to look out for at fashion week: Elaine Welteroth, Sora Choi, Tiffany Hsu, and more stylish influencers
Ones to watch
Street style mavens are a dime a dozen, but true individuality separates the wheat from the chaff. Certain stylish women emerge as fashion month's most stylish attendees with remarkable ease and consistency; in appreciation, we've put the spotlight on our favourite arbiters of taste below.
Tiffany Hsu (@handinfire)
MyTheresa's fashion buying director's personal wardrobe makes it clear that she has her hand firmly on the industry's pulse.
Sora Choi (@sola5532)
Vika Gazinskaya (@vikagazinskaya)
This Russian designer and front row fixture's quirky, feminine creations have made her a reliable lens magnet for a better part of the last decade. Gazinskaya's designs have also found fans in Tracee Ellis Ross, Millie Bobby Brown, and singers Chloe and Halle Bailey.
Thora Valdimars (@thora_valdimars)
The former fashion editor is — alongside co-founder Jeanette Madsen — one half of the creative team behind Rotate Birger Christensen. Valdimars isn't averse to repping other brands' wares, however, much to style-watchers' delight.
Caroline Issa (@carolineissa)
One of the OG digital street style stars, former business consultant Caroline Issa most famously serves as fashion director of Tank Magazine. Her enviable style has also seen her pursue design collaborations with Nordstrom, J. Crew, L.K. Bennett, and most recently, Label/Mix.
Elaine Welteroth (@elainewelteroth)
Elaine Welteroth is not just #stylegoals, but a career role model as well. When she became Condé Nast's youngest-ever editor in chief, Welteroth used her platform at Teen Vogue to push for expanded coverage of social issues. Having struck out on her own, she's now the author of a New York Times best-selling memoir and a judge on Project Runway.