With the UK home to some of the world’s top brands, events and designers, it should come as no surprise that some of the industry’s best bloggers are also based in Britain.

Tapping into a generation of internet-savvy sartorialists, they continue to inspire and educate their fellow men, regardless of age or location.

So, if you’re looking for a fresh perspective on men’s fashion and style, we recommend you add these gents to your bookmarks:

Karlmond Tang – Mr Boy

Catering to “the needs of the menswear curious”, Mr Boy‘s Karlmond Tang transports us into a beautifully photographed world of personal style, set against the backdrop of London town.

Tang’s words pack as much of a punch as his pictures, sharing his honest and realistic thoughts on fashion trends, as well as keeping us informed on where his enviable outfits come from.

See more at MrBoy.co.uk.

Michael Adams – Michael 84

If you’re a shopper at heart, Michael Adams’ blog will have you drawing up a wish list in no time. The Newcastle-based writer gathers everything from the latest fashion news to lust-worthy releases on the high street and beyond, so you know how and where to get your hands on the next hot thing.

Plus, if you like your fashion with a bit of sport on the side, you’ll find plenty of discussion on Michael’s other favourite subject, football, too.

See more at Michael84.co.uk.

Matthew Zorpas – The Gentleman Blogger

Matthew Zorpas, AKA The Gentleman Blogger, makes everyday activities such as grabbing breakfast or hitting the shops look superbly exciting, bringing his readers vibrant photography and sophisticated menswear at every turn.

A master of travel, his personal style shots capture him everywhere from Rio to LA, but it’s the British capital that is Matthew’s passion, with regular reviews of London hotspots and must-visit destinations gracing his blog.

See more at thegentlemanblogger.com.

Jonathan Daniel Pryce – Garçon Jon

If it’s fashion photography that gets your creative juices flowing, Garçon Jon needs to be added to your bookmarks.

Specialising in lifestyle and street style photography, Jonathan Daniel Pryce captures the most interesting and sharply dressed gentleman that the world has to offer, uploading his images in their full glory for us all to see.

Pryce is also the brainchild behind the acclaimed 100 Beards blog, which was subsequently turned into a bestselling book.

See more at garconjon.com.

David Evans – Grey Fox

As the name suggests, David Evans’ blog caters for more mature style-conscious gents, providing endless fashion inspiration for the often overlooked middle-aged market.

Hitting back at the fashion industry’s obsession with youth, Grey Fox shows us how to look dapper at any age, with David himself often posing as proof.

See more at greyfoxblog.com.

Simon Crompton – Permanent Style

Think of Permanent Style as a one stop shop for all things luxury. Step by step, Crompton takes us through the craftsmanship of some of the world’s top tailoring brands, sharing his experiences and knowledge along the way.

Being an experienced journalist and editor, he treats his readers to some equally well-crafted words, too.

See more at permanentstyle.co.uk.

Toni Tran – Fashitects

Young, fun and colourful, Tran’s self-made blog excels when it comes to magazine-style editorials, turning his everyday life into a display of incredible fashion.

Fashitects started as a passion project during Toni’s university days, soon becoming a fully-fledged destination for industry experts and art fans alike.

See more at Fashitects.com.

Abdel Abdulai – Boy From Dagbon

More than just a fashion blog, founder Abdel Adbulai hails Boy From Dagbon as an “encyclopaedia of style”, offering everything from fashion news and personal insights to stunning street style photography.

While Abdulai is seldom seen, his detailed shots of everyday people and menswear’s elite showcases contemporary style at its very best, with handy tips on how to capture your own high quality snaps.

See more at boyfromdagbon.com.

Jefferson Pires – Schoolboy Couture

Press days, collaborative projects and London ramblings are all in day’s work for Jefferson Pires, who shares his inside track of the fashion world with his dedicated readers.

Founded as a outlet for Pires’ creative interests, Schoolboy Couture has now become a leading UK online blog for eye-catching urban style.

See more at schoolboycouture.com.