Web Summit Ones to Watch: The Fashion Twitterati

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You’ve gone on a following spree, found the Web Summit Twitterati and now you’re eager to further improve your Twitter feed. But who to follow? Well, if fashion’s your thing, we’ve got you covered.

Here’s six fashion leaders and avid tweeters coming to Web Summit:

Liz Bacelar – Founder – Decoded Fashion

If you’re coming to Fashion Summit you’re going to want to follow Liz, the founder of fashion tech events company, Decoded Fashion. Scroll through her feed and you’ll get a glimpse into the various high profile events she’s attended around the world. Next stop? Web Summit of course.

Matt Drinkwater – Head of Fashion Innovation – LCF

Not to be overlooked, Matt is the Head of Fashion Innovation at London College of Fashion, which means he knows fashion tech. When he’s not tweeting is own content, he’s retweeting what you need to know. Wearable holograms, Back to the Future-inspired self-tying shoes, it’s all there. Give him a follow in preparation for his upcoming appearance at Web Summit.

Maria Hatzistefanis – Founder – Rodial

Not technically a Twitter account but a must follow account nonetheless. Maria fills her Instagram feed with images that could have been torn straight from a glossy magazine. Follow to see a glimpse into her glamorous life as she visits Dublin and appears at Fashion Summit.


Other accounts for your fashion fix:

Sonny Vu – Founder – Misfit

Amanda Parkes – Chief of Technology – Manufacture NY

Estée Lalonde – Beauty Blogger –

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