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Twitter People I Like to Follow

If it weren't for the internet, I don't know what I would do. Somehow, I sleep so much better knowing that if I type "bats yelling at dogs" into google there will be 4,450,000 image results.

Aside from that, I like the tweets. Fashion people in general flock to Twitter. Perhaps that's a manifestation of us all thinking we're far more important than we are, or maybe we just need an outlet for all of our unaccepted pitches. I don't know. Either way, if you're gonna get in the 140-character game—which you're already late to if you haven't—here are some very entertaining people to follow from the fashion world. (Yes, we have our own world with its own lunar calendar and everything.)

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Danielle Prescod

Danielle is an editorial assistant at Moda Operandi. She brings the comedy—and apparently has a thing for giant fur hats.

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Isaac Likes

This is Isaac. He is one of my favorite New Zealanders. I once met him at a pizza party on the Upper East Side, now we're friends. In addition to his styling and photography gigs, he blogs at Isaac Likes.

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The Madam Editor

I have no idea who this woman actually is, but she's real good on the Twitter. She seems legit enough to be a real editor, but at this point I don't care if she's actually some weird guy sitting in his parent's basement. Follow for wisdom.

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Matt Jacobs

Matt Jacobs, commonly known as "MSJ" or "The MSJ" doesn't tweet often, but when he does, it's 140 characters of pure brilliance.

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Mordechai Rubenstein

His name is not Mort, it's Mordechai and he runs the street style blog Mister Mort. Before he picked up the camera, he held positions at men.style.com and Jack Spade. Mordechai knows what's up and you'll always find real and interesting style on his site.

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Noah Emrich

This kid is only 18, but he has a pretty solid portfolio already. He's shot for the New York Times (he'll tell you all about it) and recently modeled in a lookbook for J. Lindberg.

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Prabal Gurung

His bio says he's just happy. We could all afford to be just happy. Plus, Prabal is a very talented designer.

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Sarah Nicole Prickett

Once, after we had a few drinks, Sarah and I got really crazy. We started talking about this secret place uptown where they do weird things. They sell books. Aside from her knack for finding underground bookshops, Sarah is the style editor of the Toronto Standard.

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William Yan

After spending a few days with this guy at the week of fashunz, it's clear he knows what's up with street style. His blog has been around for a while; he has an eye for sneakers and he's chill as hell.

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Bloody Showerz

Shower enthusiast with strong opinions about women's shoes. Follow.

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Damien Neva

Perhaps our favorite employee at Ford Models, Damien is the news editor for their website and has definitely brought it to new heights. Mad respect.

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Elizabeth Monson

By day she works in digital strategy and in her spare time she creates and sells her own bracelets. Elizabeth is easily one of the smartest people on Twitter, especially when it comes to this whole "social media revolution" we all seem to be drowning in.

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Horse ebooks

It doesn't really have anything to do with fashion, but following this handle will make you stronger, much like a glass of milk.

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Jenn Meyer

She tweets honesty to the highest power of rage. Also known as: truth.

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Jenny Kang

Our favorite fashion wit and Lucky alum, Jenny Kang shares her adventures from fashion weeks all over as a fashion editor at New York magazine.

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Johanna Stout

We're always happy to get a glimpse inside the CFDA and the dose of humor is welcome.

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Laurel Pantin

She's our sister from another mother, kind of. Laurel is the assistant beauty editor at Teen Vogue and is revered for her Twitter prowess and expertise on local cuisine.

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Mr. Street Peeper

Phil travels all over the world taking pictures of people. But unlike many internet personalities, he can also hold a conversation.

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Alessandra Codinha

Here, we see Alessandra clutching a shotgun and a Corona while casually reclining in a pair of Bess boots. Clearly, there is something magical happening here. She is also legit because she writes for WWD.

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Sean Hotchkiss

Hotchkiss is one of the minds behind "The GQ Eye" on GQ.com and is always ready with a tweet from the world of menswear. You may recognize him from a creepy fan Tumblr created in his honor, "Sean Hotchkiss Walking." (Which apparently is now defunct.)

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SartorialGirl

I don't even know her name, but her tweets bring me laughter, joy and that common thing that happens on the internet, a menacing grinning nodding motion.

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Sam Lim

She is Sam Lim, editor-in-chief of FashionIndie.com and she's pulled me out of line at multiple parties that I'm not cool enough to get in to on my own, including an S&M dog fashion show. Thanks, Sam!

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Rachel Antonoff

After spending several crazy weird nights with Rachel Antonoff, I can assure you, she's just as good on the web as in real life.

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Jessica Kia

Digital strategist extraordinaire Jessica Kia isn't afraid to throw a big old #SMH at the world of social media, but only when it's deserved.

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Jenna Sauers

Jenna and I first became acquainted during the Galliano scandal. We both mused on what a let-down it was and who would replace him. Since then, she's amused me with intelligent tweets and become the co-founder of the Model Alliance. Worth the click my friends, worth the click.

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Amy Verner

Another Canadian import (although now living in Paris), Amy brings great updates from the fashion scene as the Style Editor for Canada's Globe and Mail.

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Lawrence Schlossman

Lawrence is often referred to by menswear bloggers as "Illuminatus Maximus" or "The Godfather" or "LAS" and has a wealth of knowledge about the industry. His tweets are direct, which in this world of double kisses and "it's been toooooo long" is refreshing and necessary.

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Condé Nast Fashion

Here you'll find every tweet from the editors of Allure, Footwear News, Glamour, GQ, Lucky, Self, Style.com, Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, Vogue, W and WWD during fashion week.

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