6 emerging fashion designers to follow on Instagram

6 emerging fashion designers to follow on Instagram

For fashion designers, it is indisputable that Instagram functions as a multiplier of the possibilities to tell their creativity and reveal their world to all those who attend the most famous and visual social network. In a particular way, for a new generation brand the Instagram profile is the business card of its aesthetic and at the same time a fashion portfolio to be updated live, collection after collection. During the long quarantine, then, Instagram becomes an important showcase for fashion designers and at the same time a possibility for fashion enthusiasts to get to know new brands from which to choose a garment or an accessory for themselves or to give away, or even just a ‘ opportunity to enter the creative world of the new generation of fashion designers.

6 emerging fashion designers to follow on Instagram
6 emerging fashion designers to follow on Instagram

For creative young people, then, a warning: one of the most famous “cases” of social boom in recent months, Fredrik Tjaerandsen (remember his parade in Central Saint Martins, when he sent latex balloons on the catwalk that were slowly turning into clothes winning the L’Oréal Professionnel Talent Award?) posted on Instagram the announcement that he was looking for interns in London for his study …

Here is a selection of the 6 profiles to follow immediately on Instagram by the Vogue Talents team:

Florentina Leitner

The Austrian designer who works between Antwerp, where she studies at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, Vienna and London, has a colorful Instagram profile which is a destination for knitwear lovers but also for celebrities such as Harley Quinn Smith, who has chosen a floral dress of the young designer for one of the last red carpets.

Nensi Dojaka

The work of Nensi Dojaka, Albanian by origin and Londoner by adoption – in the British capital she studied at the London College of Fashion – focuses on the desire to show the strength and vulnerability of being female at the same time, in a game of drapery and transparencies. Solange Knowles has been seen sporting her looks.

Giuseppe Buccinnà

The readers of Vogue Talents already know the collections of Giuseppe Buccinnà, famous for his ability to merge his training as an engineer and his studies as a model maker in his clothes. His official Instagram profile of the brand tells his aesthetic, but to get to know the creative better, we also recommend taking a look at his previous personal profile, to take part in a journey within his inspirational world, between past landscapes and works of art. art.

Vaqar

The duo composed of the Iranian sisters Shiva and Shirin Vaqar founded their brand in 2013 after studying in their home country. The brand quickly rose to prominence after participating in the LVMH award in 2016. At the same LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers contest, they were also among the selected for the 2020 edition, in which they were semi-finalists. Their Instagram profile is a joy for the eyes of lovers of volume games.

Matthew Duffy

We discovered Matthew Duffy in recent days, when we met him during the Digital Portfolio Review appointments organized by the editorial staff of Vogue Talents in times of coronavirus. Her knitwear creations mix art, technique and sustainability thanks to the use of recycled yarns. The common thread of the Instagram profile images, but also of many of his creations? The red color.

Arturo Obegero

The Instagram page of Arturo Obegero, stylist born in Asturias, is dedicated to lovers of sophisticated male and female looks and images with a nostalgic allure, precisely to Tapia de Casariego, a fishing village, and raised following his passion for dance and the arts performing. In his Paris studio he creates new collections

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