From fashion and interior design to puppies, WWD rounds up 10 great Instagram accounts of the moment — in no particular order. Because nothing beats home-for-the-holidays ennui like staring into the infinite abyss of your smartphone.
If you like Eighties — and especially Nineties — fashion nostalgia with an emphasis on sex appeal, supermodels and close-up runway shots, this one’s for you. Thanks, @virgomood, for reminding us of that Chanel dress from 1992.
Art director Lauren Faye curates beautiful imagery — sometimes hauntingly so — culling from fashion designers, editorials, film, art and more.
The so-called “king of the throwback” — as coined by Fader magazine — posted an iconic image of the late Zsa Zsa Gabor — one of many that embody his campy, more-is-more aesthetic. The New York-based stylist also rents and sells designer vintage clothing by appointment.
Fans of Nineties sitcom “The Nanny” will love this visual compendium of Fran Drescher’s outfits from when she depicted the unforgettable character of Fran Fine.
From Jane Birkin to Bianca Jagger to Diana Ross, @70sbabes is an ode to exactly what it sounds like: babes of the Seventies.
A catalogue of important — also funny, bizarre — moments in the history of pop culture.
Named in honor of the influential Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass, this account, curated by Raquel Cayre, showcases beautiful interiors and architecture from all over the world. Talk about a dream home…
Artist Ava Nirui turns everyday items — Nike sneakers, Champion sweatshirts, basketballs, her asthma inhalers — into one-of-a-kind “luxury” bootleg items by decorating them with designer logos and a cheeky sense of humor.
The 24-year-old model, feminist and all-around cool chick is also the founder of Gurls Talk, a platform for women to openly discuss mental health, body image and other issues.
Because sometimes you just need to look at something cute. And while Instagram accounts devoted to adorable pets are a dime a dozen, this one is exemplary for its captions.