I am an Instagram maniac and I openly confess that I spend too much time on filtering my feed. But it’s irresistible, when you have so many great accounts to follow! If you are ready for a dose of beautifully curated walls, inspiring photos and delightful shots – see my March recommendations!
@maryam_nassir_zadeh / And again, I’m writing about Maryam! Her fashion is as captivating, as her feed, filled with those tiny day-to-day details, showroom moments, Moroccan souks and occasional outfit pics (they’re the best).
@benjaminbruno_ / Benjamin Bruno is the stylist behind brands like Loewe and some of the best editorials in e.g. Self Service. Don’t expect anything usual from him – those are visuals to love for days.
@miragemagazine / Another cold, grey day? Well, the summer mood captured by Mirage Magazine is here to cure your winter-ish spring melancholy.
@charlieengman / In his photography, Charlie Engman captures reality, which in fact isn’t that usual. Some of those pictures will make you feel uncomfortable, while others – like the one with the deer – will keep you staring for a long time!
@adrienchenel / Adrien Chenel is not only an antiquaire, but an antics collector who takes photos of his ancient finds in a very chic, Parisian way. With a drink, with a cigarette or with a beautiful friend. You want one of those Roman hands right away.
AND, if you want to follow one more account on Instagram… why don’t you follow, ta-da, @designandculturebyed?
It’s the post-fashion-month marathon chill that really lets you look back at some of the season’s best, yet off the radar, collections. I’m always impressed with Maryam Nassir Zadeh‘s work, whether we’re speaking of her New York boutique that sells a well-curated bunch of favourite designers, or the ready-to-wear brand she designs herself. This season, Maryam introduces ‘handpicking dressing’ – so a very spontaneous, artistically oriented, but laid-back way of wearing clothes. Brief examples: a sari top over a sweater dress, acid-green pants and Western boots, shiny prairie dress topped with glass heart necklace. But for Nassir Zadeh, not only the clothes matter – it’s also the authenticity. “There’s so much minimalism out there, and I’m such a fan of minimalism, but people copy each other so much. So to make something your own and make it personal with something from the heart, with a unique touch, that’s authentic. It tells a story.” Here, she points out the usage of the most contrasting textiles, wearing the quirkiest jewellery and the cutest mini-bags. It might all sound like a description of a desperate identity seeker. But no – Maryam Nassir Zadeh actually does the most elusive, sensual and wearable fashion in New York. With love and passion.
Collage by Edward Kanarecki.