While you might be deep into or have already broken your New Year’s resolutions, Chinese New Year is just rolling around. The year of the rat is all about creativity, imagination and independence, being a year that’s said to birth great authors and artists. So ready for the new year ahead, we’re honouring the zodiac by sharing our top Chinese influencers to follow.
Right up our street, Mr Bags has an envy-worthy collection of new and old bags. From our favourite Coach Tabby to the mythical Hermes Birkin, Mr Bags has every bag you could dream of and shares his opinions on whether they’re investment-worthy or not. Brushing shoulders with stars like Kate Moss and Camila Cabello, as one of the most well-known Chinese influencers, Mr Bags has over 5 million followers on Weibo and has collaborated with designers on his own ranges. He truly is what you’d call a super influencer, providing you with all the inspiration you would need for styling your new bag or day-dreaming about fantasy purchases.
There’s a high chance you already follow Margaret, but if you don’t you definitely should. At only 26, Margaret is an absolute powerhouse creative in the fashion industry, having worked with brands like Chanel, Gucci, Yeezy and many more. While her main hustle is being a photographer and filmmaker, she started out her career as a blogger, something which is evident in her Instagram captions and moving blog posts. ELLE named her Asia’s most influential digital voice, so this Australian-born Chinese influencer is definitely one to follow. Margaret’s Instagram is a mood board for that cool girl life we all wish we were living, giving us snippets of her alternative styling and globetrotting alongside film stills and photography. But don’t follow her if you’re always tempted to change your hair because her blue and pink hair colours have us reaching for the dye…