Bloggers and vloggers make up some of the biggest and most influential voices in pretty much every industry, and have been taking over the world for a while now.
As if running some of the world’s most successful blogs and vlogs respectively wasn’t enough, these women have also got some seriously lucrative side businesses on the go.
1. Samantha Maria – Beauty Crush
YouTuber Samantha talks all things fashion and beauty on her hugely successful channel. Not only that, but she has gone on to launch a fashion label, Novem & Knight, which offers luxe basics for men and women. She co-launched the brand with Jason Davis in 2014.
2. Danielle Bernstein – WeWoreWhat
Having launched WeWoreWhat, fashion blogger Danielle Burstein has a huge following for her personal style musings. She also runs Body Bauble, a company that sells a range of self-adhesive body gems that are perfect for extra glitter at any special occasion.
3. Keiko Lynn
Keiko Lynn’s eponymous lifestyle blog offers an insight into fashion, beauty, home and events, and showcases her life in Brooklyn. She runs a super cool events space, Brooklyn Brigade, which people can rent out for any occasion.
4. Chiara Ferragni – The Blonde Salad
Super blogger Chiara started her blog The Blonde Salad in 2009, and it has since grown to become a worldwide sensation. The Italian blogger has since launched her own accessories line, Chiara Ferragni Collection, which takes her own unique style and love of sparkle and colour as a cue for the range of shoes and other accessories.
5. Rumi Neely – Fashion Toast
Founder of Fashion Toast Rumi Neely has launched a line of elevated basics with her own brand, Are You Am I. The range includes luxe staples like lace bralets and silk camisoles, and reflects Rumi’s own personal style.