Jay Strut is a blogger, content-creator and front-row staple at fashion weeks around the world. After years of well-curated and envy-inducing snaps of her lifestyle, she has amassed an impressive following and has secured her place as one of Toronto’s foremost fashion bloggers and influencers, with collaborations with HP, Google, Chanel and Versace under her belt.
Every photo from her international escapades gets an average of 1.1k likes from nearly 61k followers. Read More
Killa Kels is a Toronto-based DJ and influencer with cosigns from Lululemon, Nike and American Express. She is also a founding member of the creative agency, GXXRLS, which seeks to empower women through artistic collaboration. As a leader in the growing group of women DJs in Toronto, her work contributes to a more balanced, inclusive nightlife community. Read More
In essence, everyone cool has been captured through Hannah Sider’s lens. With roots in Malawi and Toronto, the NYC-resident has grown accustomed to seeing life through a wide lens. By seamlessly swapping between hip-hop and high fashion photography, her photos exude seamless duality, with her signature raw style connecting them.
Stats: 76.5k Instagram followers. Read More
According to SSENSE, Ian Isaiah is a “Brooklyn choirboy turned ‘hood-maternal’ vocalist, a sensual R&B songstress with an ascending trajectory.” His ascent is multifaceted; his industry clout and inimitable style has bred collaborations with Longchamp and ongoing contributions to his bff’s brand Hood By Air. Meanwhile, his smooth vocals has bred collaborations with Chromeo and a tour with Blood Orange.
Stats: 42.6k followers Read More
Kilo Kish is a bicoastal singer, visual artist and influencer whose cross-medium approach to art reflects her boundless creativity. Since first emerging onto the NYC music scene, she has scored features on The Gorillaz and Vince Staples’ 2017 projects and on an HBO-funded Game of Thrones mixtape alongside Big Boi and Common.
Stats: 56.7k SoundCloud followers, 66.8k instagram followers Read More