There is nothing like being in charge and looking fabulous while doing it. With the popularity of street style, the faces behind our favorite print and online publications are becoming style mavens we like to keep up with.

Like fashion bloggers, there are many editors that are inspiring many women’s personal style choices. We searched the web to find four amazing editors in the world of fashion that influence the way many women dress.

Shala Monroque
Ms. Monoque is the creative director of Garage Magazine, the editor of Pop Magazine, and the blogger behind Shala’s Rabbit Hole. Shala always looks well put together whether she is walking on the streets of Milan or sitting front row at a fashion show. The 31 year-old fashion powerhouse is a street style star worth watching. Her style tends to be more classic, but still fascinating.

Zandile Blay
She is the founder of The Blay Report and the online fashion editor for Essence Magazine. Just like her parents, she has a passion for writing. Zandile has a M.A. in Fashion from Central Saint Martins in London. She is a lover of vintage clothing, American Apparel, and one of the kind items. We love her easy breezy style.

Julia Sarr Jamois
She is only 23 years-old and the editor of a major magazine. From her oversize afro to her don’t care attitude, we love how she mixes denim and statement catwalk pieces. Her style is truly playful, retro, and colorful. She started as a model working at Diesel and Fred Perry. After interning at I-D Magazine, Julia became the editor of Wonderland Magazine.

Shiona Turini
As the accessories director of Teen Vogue, Shiona Turini has the pleasure of being surrounded by rolls and rolls of accessories on a daily basis. She worked through the ranks of public relations before landing an internship with Yves Saint Laurent. Within a few years, she became a PR assistant at YSL and worked as accessories editor at W Magazine. This hardworking editor loves to play with trends and wear fabulous high heeled shoes.

– Paulette Wilson

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