Not every fashion blogger is a 20-something female with an unhealthy Armani obsession. In fact, the newest crop of blogging sensations are selfie-savvy dapper men, following in the footsteps of industry trailblazers like Bryanboy. These Arab men are lining up to talk about what’s in their closet, what’s happening with fashion in the Middle East and who’s wearing what at every Fashion Week. Welcome to the modern-day menaissance, where street snaps are paramount and style is king.
Twisted Curlz – UAE
?MOMENTUM?Last outfit of 2016! … Ill be working on more exciting content for you guys from travel, fun projects, more outfits & finally my very own website which I’ll be launching soon! Will be kickstarting the New Year with a stunning view of the Burj Khalifa with close friends & definitely will be sharing a video of the fireworks from our balcony tonight ?? Peace & Love ?// ? @salehbanna
Ahmed El Sayed, commonly known as Twisted Curlz, needs no introduction. Not only is he one of the founders of Dubai’s innovative fashion brand House of Nomad, you can always depend on him to take you to Dubai’s newest “it” places with the city’s hottest movers and shakers on social media.
Nabil Essa – Syria
Essa is originally from Syria but he moved to Paris where he’s now a fashion designer, and of course, a fashion vlogger. He is one of the first few Arabs that are paving the way for fashion vlogging, and we couldn’t be more proud.
Ahmed Asb – Kuwait
When the Kuwaiti-Latino hybrid is not busy doing mechanical engineering, you’ll catch him being fabulous on the streets of Kuwait.
Ahmed Hamdy – Egypt
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Hamdy begun his fashion career at the young age of 18 with Calvin Klein. From that moment, the Egyptian menswear designer has been on a mission to change the way men approach style not just in Egypt, but in the entire Arab region.
Ahmad Daabas – UAE
If you don’t know Daabas by now, then you ladies and gentlemen have been living under a big, fat rock. The UAE-based Palestinian fashion blogger had the experience of a lifetime last weekend as he walked the catwalk for Dolce & Gabbana’s autumn-winter collection at Milan Fashion Week menswear.
Wickedzzzz – Kuwait
When Abdulaziz AL-Khamis, aka Wickedzzzz, is not hiding behind camera creating movies, he’s usually in front of them being a (male) diva.
Mahmoud Sidani – UAE
known to many as Mr. Moudz, began his career in contemporary and luxury retail as a buyer at Dubai’s renowned Level Shoe District where his exposure to the international fashion industry led him to become one of the region’s most prominent male social bloggers.
Mostafa Waheed – Egypt
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This Egyptian fashionista can turn any item of clothing, as well as the streets of Cairo, into art. You can spot him at the coolest fashion events in the city among the creme de la creme of style getting their #OOTD game on.
Elias Elindari – UAE
A true gentleman, Elindari always looks dapper and he knows it. His Instagram feed will make you wish you had all his perfect outfits. You may also be somewhat envious of Elindari’s huge social media following, but little do you know, with the correct use of some useful instagram tools, you too could garner a following of that size and magnitude.
Yusuf Dwairi – Jordan
One thing we know about him is that he’s obsessed with his Calvins. Dwairi can often be seen in Jordan, Turkey and Egypt with the oh-la-la of the fashion peeps.