If you find yourself getting lost on your Instagram feed daily in need of something new, we’ve gathered ten of the most inspiring fashion and textile Instagram accounts you should be following right now. If you’re a fashion and design enthusiast, there will be something to inspire your creativity or motivate your next project.
Pattern Observer was created by Michelle Fiffs to promote, inspire and support pattern designs from across the world. The Instagram showcases beautiful prints and patterns from inspiring textile designers and businesses. Michelle also has a great blog, where you can find informative articles, interviews, workshops and more.
The Business of Fashion are notorious for delivering a professional daily resource for fashion creatives, executives and entrepreneurs. The BoF feed will ensure you stay in the loop with the latest news and the future of the fashion sphere.
Jacquemus was founded in 2009 by French designer Simon Porte Jacquemus, and the brand has since risen to fame. Known for their colourful, rich aesthetic and their signature mini Le Chiquito bag, Jacquemus is one to follow.
For over 100 years, British Vogue has been the world’s leading fashion, beauty and lifestyle bible. Their Instagram is no different, containing all the most up to date fashion news and editorial content through Vogue’s lense.
WGSN is an invaluable resource for industry professionals worldwide. The platform provides industry expertise and insight into the future consumer, lifestyle, fashion and product design trends.
Created by Jasmine, Find Your Intern is a platform for anyone in the creative industry looking to kickstart their career. The platform provides expert industry intel and community support, alongside exclusive job roles which are posted on the site.
Molly Goddard was founded in London in 2014. The designer is known for her signature use of tulle and hand-pleating fantastical dresses. Goddard’s feed is detail-oriented and full of her beautifully handcrafted pieces.
Based in Paris, Oxana Goralczyk is a fashion designer who creates stunning illustrations. Her Instagram is a great source of design inspiration, as she shares her work in progress and upcoming seasonal collections.
Emma Lane is a fashion stylist and is well-known for styling celebrities such as Laura Whitmore and Aimee Lou Wood, which she shares on her feed. In lockdown, Emma also launched her own brand @laneslondon, featuring vivid tie dye tracksuits.
The Fashion and Textile Museum is dedicated to showcasing contemporary fashion and textile design. Their Instagram delivers a glimpse into the museum’s current and past exhibitions, alongside insightful posts and online event information.