ENTITY Mag talks street style influencers under 25

These young celebrities may be known best for their work as actors, musicians, models or entrepreneurs — but with their trend-setting outfits and cutting-edge personal fashion lines, they have also established themselves as fashion icons.

Look out for these young street style influencers under 25 to stay up-to-date with all the latest trends.

Luka Sabbat @lukasabbat

ENTITY Mag talks biggest celebrity street style influencers under 25

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This 20-year old model and “Grown-ish” actor was born into a family of designers. With an interior designer for a grandmother, a father in fashion design and a mother who worked as a stylist before becoming a chef, Luka spent most of his life in fashion metropolises like NYC and Paris.

According to his website Luka did not care for fashion when he was growing up, but now describes himself as a “creative entrepreneur.” He has worked with Dolce & Gabbana, Adidas and Tommy Hilfiger.

Kylie Jenner @kyliejenner

ENTITY Mag talks street style influencers under 25

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The 20-year old entrepreneur, reality-TV star and new mother can even make sweatpants and sweaters look fashionable. Her athleisure wear ranges from simple to glamorous, over-sized to form-fitted. Her post-baby street style includes simple 90’s joggers, tracksuits, cropped hoodies and over-sized sweaters paired with heels. As a new mom, she makes sure to be both comfortable and stylish.

Kendall Jenner @kendalljenner

ENTITY Mag talks celebrity street style influencers under 25

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The 22-year old reality-TV star and 2017’s highest-paid model has been seen lately rocking a variety of sheer tops, ranging from baggy blouses to fitted turtlenecks.

Kendall and her sister Kylie have their own contemporary fashion line called Kendall + Kylie that features “tried and true basics with a twist, […] reinvent[ed] every season,” as Kendall described in an interview with Women’s Wear Daily.

Yara Sayeh Shahidi @yarashahidi

ENTITY Mag talks celebrity street style influencers under 25

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Like her castmate Luka Sabbat, 18-year old “Grown-ish” star and model Yara Sayeh Shahidi grew up in a creative household with an actress mother and a father who worked as a cinematographer.

Sabbat’s style is all about comfort, she said in an interview with US Magazine. When she wants to be casual, she loves wearing a tracksuit with sandals. She describes her style as “trend adjacent, because that way trends can never end and they’re more everlasting.”

Jaden Smith @c.syresmith

ENTITY Mag talks celebrity street style influencers under 25

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Jaden Smith has been making headlines since 2016, when the New York Times featured the then 17-year-old for wearing a Louis Vuitton skirt. The actor, singer, songwriter and rapper has his own clothing and lifestyle brand “MSFTSrep.” 

Smith created MSFTrep for “misfits,” which he describes as those who do what they want to create the life that they want. His brand is focused on supporting individuals who “create” and “do their own things.” With his own clothing line, he tries to exemplify the brand’s motto. His line features oversized hoodies and t-shirts with bold colors and prints.

Harry Styles @harrystyles

ENTITY Mag talks celebrity street style influencers under 25

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This 24-year old singer and songwriter doesn’t just have ‘style’  in his name. Harry Styles was listed multiple times as one of the “50 Best Dressed Men” by GQ Magazine. Styles’ unique style is a combination of dapper Englishman and rocker-chic that makes his mix of bold colors and prints work. This man can wear anything and make it look stylish. 

Zendaya @zendaya

ENTITY Mag talks celebrity street style influencers under 25

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This 21-year old musician and actress has her own fashion line called “Daya by Zendaya.” Zendaya’s runway looks are always glamorous and on point — but when she is “off-duty” she doesn’t have a style, she said in an interview with Popsugar.

“It’s just very comfortable, anything that feels good. I don’t care if it even matches, just something soft,” she said. Even if she doesn’t put much effort into her off-duty outfits, they somehow still work.

Edited by Kylie Anderson

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