charm pandora matrimonio, Those including fashion archivist Kim Daniels, stylist and Black Fashion Fair founder Antoine Gregory, and writer and archivist Rashida Renée Ward have become bona fide Internet forces thanks to their no-holds-barred approaches to fashion in the digital age. (Others, such as journalist and Perfect magazine editor Pierre Alexandre M’Pelé—better known as @pam_boy—and fashion historian Shelby Ivey Christie, are also noteworthy Black fashion critics influencing the industry on the platform, but did not respond to requests to be interviewed for this story.) Their unfiltered reactions to the industry's ongoings, whether they're posting about the latest runway show, fashion campaign, or creative director switch-up, routinely go viral. Unlike, say, any well-known or heralded critic who has ties to a legacy publication, the likes of Daniels, Gregory, and Ward answer to no one. Their opinions and their influences are all their own.