The digital landscape has changed drastically over the past decade. From Facebook to LinkedIn, we have more and more ways to interact with the wider world from the comfort of our living rooms. These changes have also had an impact on the way we consume content. Gone are the days when you had to anxiously wait for Vogue to hit your local supermarket shelves. Now, if you want to see what your favorite celebs and fashion models are up to, you just need to check out their social profiles.
Looking for divine inspiration for 2020? Check out these four models you need to be following on Twitter.
- Kendall Jenner
Just like the rest of her famous family, Kendall is as well known for the drama as the glitz and the glamour that surrounds her. Having said that, her Twitter paints a picture of a mature young woman trying to navigate a complex industry.
Kendall’s Twitter account definitely offers some chic outfit inspiration, but she’s also got plenty of posts explaining her skincare routine. Growing up in the public eye and suffering from acne obviously wasn’t easy, so we give her major props for sharing her journey.
Besides beauty and fashion, Kendall Jenner uses Twitter to retweet uplifting mantras for the new year and comments on big social issues, such as climate change.
- Elena Matei
She might be based in New York, but for fashion inspiration with a quintessentially European twist, look no further than fashion Model Elena Matei’s Twitter.
The multi-talented model, originally from Moldova, posts regular updates on her Twitter from her latest photoshoots. In a recent Tweet, she gives us a glimpse of a shoot for Rumours Magazine. Rocking several spectacular monochrome ensembles, all paired with devilishly stylish knee-high boots, Matei makes us desperate to transition into winter 2020s film noir styles.
It’s worth noting that Elena Matei’s Twitter isn’t all fashion: the blond bombshell also has a passion for music. So, while you’re admiring her glamorous wardrobe, don’t forget to check out the stunning songstresses’ vocal ventures.
- Cara Delevingne
Cara Delevingne has been a polarizing figure in the tabloids, largely due to her refusal to tone down her opinions. Honestly, we love Delevingne’s moxie and the way she speaks her mind. Her Twitter tag-line says it all: Embrace Your Weirdness.
Cara’s Twitter feed is a great place to go to check out the latest fashion trends, but it’s also to bask in her playful and insightful personality. Right now, Delevingne’s Twitter offers a sneak peek of Cara breaking free of the refined “fashion models” stereotype as she tackles the Sardinian Mountains with famous survivalist Bear Grylls.
- Winnie Harlow
Winnie Harlow isn’t your average model. Born to Jamaican parents, the Ontario native broke through prescriptive beauty standards to become the first model with vitiligo (a pigment changing auto-immune condition) to walk in the VS fashion show.
Winnie’s Twitter is filled with gorgeous, glossy images of her runway appearances. On the red carpet, Harlow loves couture gowns in bold jewel tones, but off-the-clock, she’s also known for her edgy street style.
We’d love to spend a day going through Winnie’s wardrobe, but we’d be just as excited to hear her tips for maintaining a strong, confident sense of self.
Recently, a fan tweeted, “…wow, I just discovered [Winnie Harlow] likes her own Instagram pictures […]”
The cheeky model’s reply? “Every single photo – if you don’t love yourself, how can you expect anyone else to?”
For your daily dose of fashion inspiration and a few pearls of wisdom, you NEED to be following these four girl-bosses in 2020.