ENTER THE 2021 SHORTY IMPACT AWARDS

Previously known as the Shorty Social Good Awards, the Shorty Impact Awards is an awards program created to raise global awareness around the positive impact brands, agencies and non-profits can have on society.

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2021 SHORTY PHENOM AWARDS

Previously known as the Shorty Social Good Awards, the Shorty Impact Awards is an awards program created to raise global awareness around the positive impact brands, agencies and non-profits can have on society.

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From the 10th Annual Shorty Awards Best in Fashion

It’s hard being fashionable. Between knowing what’s in or out, finding a look that suits you but doesn’t break the bank. Or maybe you’re hoping to change your look, but you don’t know where to start. Well, these fashionistas are here to answer all your questions, pointing their fans in a trendy, hip direction.

If you’re a fashion brand looking for recognition for your use of social media enter the Best in Social Media for Fashion, Beauty and Luxury Shorty Award.

Finalists

finalist
Benjamin Kicks
Ben Kapelushnik, better know as Benjamin Kicks, got really into sneakers when his mom bought him a pair of LeBron 9 Galaxy shoes in 5th grade. Only five years later, he was touring with @djkhaled as his personal sneaker guru. Now 18, the mogul-in-the-making from Miami is doing the same for performers like French Montana, Migos, and Travis Scott, e…
finalist
Lainy Hedaya
New York fashion influencer Lainy Hedaya fits the part; her chic styles reflect a modern take on classic looks, and her eye for minimalist but perfectly-crafted images belies her creative talents. It’s no surprise that she is also a painter, but Lainy started blogging while in college so she could build a portfolio and “get a job in anything fashi…
finalist
Pia Arrobio
Lara Pia Arrobio believes “Nothing is better than a sexy, confident woman.” The description fits her perfectly but, more importantly, it informs the approach she’s taken to her namesake fashion line, LPA. As creative director, she oversees pieces that make women look great while also giving them a feeling of self-assurance. 90K+ Instagram follower…
finalist
Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham, the wife of David Beckham and former Spice Girl, has been in the spotlight for the past two decades. But in 2017, Victoria Beckham cemented her status as part of the fashion elite by wowing audiences with her colorful-yet-delicate line at New York Fashion Week, garnering praise from Vogue and surprise from Glamour due to her own …
finalist
What Fran Wore
Most ‘90s kids remember The Nanny, if only for Fran Drescher’s nasal voice. But Instagram sensation @whatfranwore remembers even more, begging the question, “She had style, she had flair What did she wear?” Curator Shan Brown goes through the show to find and identify “all your favorite Fran Outfits!” If she can find a vintage version of any outfi…

Nominees

Danielle Prescod
Fashion editor Danielle Prescod indulges her “pathological need for attention” by regularly posting images of her impeccable styles on Instagram. Her fans don’t mind, since Danielle is always on the vanguard of fashion, showing them the best looks for every occasion—from Fashion Week parties to lazy days lounging around the house, fully documented daily in …
Derek Blasberg
As the “Man on the Street” for Vanity Fair, Derek Blasberg has hung out with everyone from Cara Delevingne to Chrissy Teigen to YouTube star Liza Koshy in 2017. With celebrity friends, art world bona fides, and an impeccable fashion sense, he was the perfect choice to host the relaunch of the show CNN Style. The consummate New Yorker travels the world to ke…
Luka Sabbat
With a model for a mom and a dad who designed women’s wear, Luka Sabbat was literally born to be in the fashion world. The 20-year-old model, creative entrepreneur, and Instagram sensation with 600K+ followers has worked with some of the biggest names in fashion, like Calvin Klein, Dolce & Gabbana, Hugo Boss, and Adidas, among many others. But in 2017, he t…
Mickey Boardman
It may just be a coincidence that Mickey Boardman is fascinated with royal history, given that he—as Editorial Director of Paper magazine—is something of a kingmaker himself. But Mr. Mickey, as he prefers to be called, is a benevolent ruler. His nearly 50K Instagram followers share in the joy he exudes as he jets around the world, posting pics with celebrit…
Nikki Ogunnaike
The prodigiously side-banged Nikki Ogunnaike worked her way up in the publishing world to become the Fashion Features Director for Elle.com. That position helped make the “Work out and wine enthusiast” a full-fledged fashion influencer, with nearly 22K Instagram followers turning to her to see not only what looks are currently in, but also those that are wi…
Rochelle Johnson
“Blogger + Plus Size Style Expert + Momma,” Rochelle Johnson has earned over 200K followers across social media—175K+ of them on Instagram, where she inspires women of all shapes and sizes to look confident in styles that are bold, fun, and accessible. The fashion maven began her blog Beauticurve.com five years ago, after leaving her native LA to follow the…