Looking for Black fashion influencers to follow? When it comes to finding the freshest outfit, social media is the perfect place to find a muse. There are plenty of Black male fashion influencers who rose to fame by giving expert fashion tips to followers in need of inspiration.
Whether you are looking for what is on trend or want to spin the block on a retro style, these influencers' swagger is unmatched. Follow these 7 influencers and before you know it, you'll be throwing fits.
Jadon Grundy is a creative stylist who makes menswear and streetwear content, which is available on YouTube. His style ranges from being fun and colorful to punk rock.
His content is geared towards those trying to find their footing in fashion, whether it be sharing details about their favorite pieces of clothing under $100 or trying out viral clothing so you don’t have to. Jadon makes sure to make his fashion content as interactive as possible,
Follow Jadon Grundy on Instagram @jadongrundy!
Armiel Chandler identifies as an openly queer content creator who enjoys creating content that provokes thought. Growing up he was constantly bullied about both his sexual preference and his weight.
He told Helloprizm: “Being a bigger male it’s hard to fully authentically be yourself without judgment…when it came to fashion & content creation. Seeing someone who looked like me growing up and exude confidence gave me the courage to express myself artistically.”
His style is vibrant and bold with bright hues that make him easily recognizable in a crowd.
Follow Armiel Chandler on Instagram at @armielchandler!
Manny Omitto is a New York-based stylist and model who uses fashion to take risks to express his truest self. He pivoted from playing basketball to pursuing a career in fashion during the pandemic.
When it comes to what inspires his style, he explained to Hoka.com “The foundation of my style is rooted in my versatile and unconventional approach."
"One day I may wear my clothes 2 to 3 sizes too big, the next day I may want to feel like Lenny Kravitz and wear more form-fitting clothing with some flared denim and cowboy boots," he added. "Or I may wake up and decide to wear a kilt/skirt with a hoodie. Never let them know your next move, haha.”
Follow Manny Omitto on Instagram @mannyomitto!
Marvin-Mario Bahome is a stylist and content creator whose work can be found in ELLE Indonesia. His personal style is that of a runway model and his fashion advice is humourous. The frugal creative shows viewers how to transform pair of jeans into four different outfits. He shows the importance of accessorizing and layering different textures.
Follow Marvin-Mario Bahome on Instagram @marvinmarioo!
George Myrie is a New York-based fashion icon who curates culture with inspiration from the past, present, and future. His style is that of a gentleman, very dapper and very well put together. He explained his style choices on Unclassified Cool.
“I switch my looks so often it’s not even funny. From business, to casual, to lounge or even mix them all in one," the influencer said.
"You may never know what you’re going to get with me, I’ll wear sweats and Foamposites one day, then wear khakis and shoes or even pull off a suit and Chuck’s. Who knows? It all comes down to wearing what you want and not caring what others have to say," he added.
Follow George Myrie on Instagram @stuylin!
Harrison Crite is a wardrobe stylist and photographer. He got his start as a fashion assistant during New York Fashion Week and later interned on BET’s 106 and Park. He has also worked with NBC and ABC.
His work has landed in several magazines including The Source and Made. He is also the creative director for the men’s accessory web store Axcexx.com.
Follow Harrison Crite on Instagram @iamharrisoncrite!
Greg Ntor has an eclectic personal style and is a huge advocate for oversized outerwear. When it comes to his overall style philosophy, he likes to mix and match.
He explained to Sharp Magazine: “I think, for me, the fun thing about clothes is that there’s always something new and different to try. I like playing with proportions, like pairing a slim trouser with an oversized coat, or a pair of wide-leg trousers with a chunky derby or boot.”
Follow Harrison Crite on Instagram @gregntore!