Instagram is an endless source of style inspiration. When you're not scrolling through the feeds of your favorite fashion bloggers, designer accounts can be equally inspiring with stunning aesthetics, raw street style shots, and of course, their coveted merch. Céline is the most recent label to finally dip its toes into the social media waters of the photo-sharing app, launching its official account last week. While so far the French label has used its account to showcase the looks of its most recent Paris Fashion Week show, other brands have developed distinct visual personalities on the platform. Our favorite fashion brands to follow offer up a mix of content that communicates the label's DNA. If you were one of the first to follow Céline's new account, you'll be double-tapping away with our top picks that we've rounded up here.
See below for the six most stunning designer Instagram accounts to follow.
Mansur Gavriel's feed is a mix of clean, colorful shots that showcase the brand's new collection, as well as inspiration snapshots in the same aesthetic—manicured trees, vases, desert landscapes, or even bags of lemons in the same shade of the spring line's bucket bag.
The Row draws upon the brand's elevated aesthetic and appreciation for design and culture, drawing on Eileen Grey's Architect's Cabinet 1920, Frank Lloyd Wright's rare floor lamp, and Richie Havens performing at Woodstock in 1969 as shot by Elliott Landy.
Proenza Schouler creates a compelling mix of backstage shots from its fashion week shows, behind-the-scenes videos of how the latest collection came together, inspirational shots, street style shots, and colorfully presented takes on its merch.
Isabel Marant's feed looks like a collection of old-style photos with rounded corners in a pastel palette. The brand works in triptychs to show detailed shots of products, photos of photos for the brand's lookbook shoot, and snaps of the ad campaign on the streets of New York City and Paris.
Each X Other creates eclectic collages of its collection, street style shots, and inspiration pulled from all places while also serving up quotes on social issues
Gorgeous detail shots of Pamela Love's jewelry worn on a series of models make up the majority of her feed, with smatterings of inspiration like the architecture of Helge Vestergaard Jensen's racket chair, Murano glass, and rainbow rocks.
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