Hence when a person craftily marry agile gifs with the magnetic, ever-changing field of interest that is fashion, the result is part whimsical, part novel; this is how, to me, a rather positive cultivation of the 'refusing to grow up' mentality could come into the real picture.*
I only have two with me now, but I pray that the internet god is going to expand this list soon.
Reed + Rader
The first thing I noticed about Meg Gray was how her appearance coordinates very well with her hair. The second thing I noticed was her hair color. She is never Charlotte Free, whose hair color seems like the sole foremost identifier of her (I mean that in a neutral way). On another note, I kept misspelling her last name (not with the British spelling counterpart, but with Ryan--which belongs to a professional movie star sweetheart, Meg Ryan), doing injustice to the first few seconds I spent on google space that should be reserved really for Meg Gray.
Meg Gray's gif collection is still sparse compared to Reed + Rader, but that's perhaps because of her job as Vogue Australia fashion editor and freelance stylist. Of course they differ on style and everything else too. Her images here picture gifs and unmoving jpegs (so don't wait for too long when you see it not moving, nothing is wrong with your eyes) that fully exhibit her strength on styling. There is a certain theme that you could pick up upon looking at these images--girly novelties but in tame colors (think pastel, neutral, all the way to deeper foresty shades), solid piles of clothing/accessories...which generally only thickens when there is an effect to be achieved.