Monday, September 22, 2014

#FF: Five Italian Fashion Editors and Bloggers to Follow on Instagram

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Milan Fashion Week kicked off a couple of days ago and already we're swooning over Gucci, Fendi, Prada and other labels' Spring 2015 offerings. We couldn't help but be inspired by Italian luxury while dreaming up this week's Follow Friday list. When it comes to the forefront of Italian style, who better to turn to than natives themselves? Get straight-from-the-runway photos and videos from these editors and bloggers. Plus, once shows end you'll still be left with style inspiration and wanderlust-inducing photos galore.

Elisa Nalin, @elisa_grazia_it

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Nalin is the Grazia Italia editor and a Paris-based stylist with quite her own following as a street style favorite. Follow her for front row access at big shows and close-ups of accessories to watch.

Giovanna Battaglia, @bat_gio

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This W magazine contributor and fashion editor at Vogue Japan (among her many other titles) ranks high in the industry's Who's Who. Aside from capturing her favorite looks from collections, the former Italian model lives a fabulous life we'd gladly live vicariously through. Case in point: a delivery of Chanel sneakers for a "fashion marathon."

Anna Dello Russo, @anna_dello_russo

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She may be at the helm of Vogue Japan but make no mistake, this fashion editor is 100 percent Italian glory. So far during Milan Fashion Week, she has been one of the editors keenly documenting each show and, of course, her outrageous outfits. On day two alone, she had 22 posts. Insta-spam is okay if it's MFW, right?

Eleonora Carisi, @eleonoracarisi

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The blogger behind Jou Jou Villeroy has an Instagram feed that's guaranteed to make you ooh and ahh. You'll find coverage of shows, yes, but also gorgeous photography and inspiring outfit posts.

Chiara Ferragni, @chiaraferragni

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Expect only the best from one of the most-followed personal style bloggers. The Blonde Salad's Ferragni always has front row access to the biggest shows and flawless ensembles that keep you coming back. Here, she took a selfie with Roberto Cavalli after his Milan show. The fruits of influence, everyone.

article via StyleBistro

1 comment:

  1. Its basically all about trendy accessories and that is what women bother the most which is a good thing because fashion should be the one that is in trends.


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