Fuel your imagination with our fortnightly edit of creatives and photographers who take Instagram to a whole new level, curated by writer Marcia Veiga. From interior stylists and architects to visionary image-makers, we bring you a curation of global talent that will elevate your feed and inspire your own creative output.

Rachel Chudley, interior designer

 

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London-based interior designer Rachel Chudley is not shy of a print clash. Chudley’s fearless when layering colours, textures and patterns and her refusal to follow trends is the mindset that landed her House and Garden’s rising star award last year. Her digital gallery showcases the many ways to embrace colour, regardless of size or shape of space.

 

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Josh Itiola, consultant at Vitsœ

 

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Born in Alabama but a long-time resident of New York, Josh Itiola specialises in making long-living furniture. He’s presently working for Vitsœ, the furniture company established over six decades ago, and Itiola focuses particularly on how valuable customisation and sustainability is to a home. His apartment, displayed on his Instagram feed, highlights how stylish storage makes for livability.

 

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Marie-Louise Høstbo, architect

Danish-born Marie-Louise Høstbo is an established creative consultant. Her long-standing career demonstrates her keen eye for creativity, and as a member of the Danish Association of Architects, she ensures that quality trumps aesthetic. Her digital grid offers insight into the distinctive functionalist and minimalist style buildings favoured in Denmark.

Simon Upton, fashion and interiors photographer

 

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‘Quintessential English gentleman’ Simon Upton has worked for all of the major lifestyle publications over the last 20 years. His Instagram offers insight into alluring abodes he’s had the pleasure of capturing, which are collated in his upcoming book, New York Interiors. It’s out in September, and readers can expect ‘atmospheric images of the metropolis and its most stylish residents.’

 

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Marine Edith Crosta, painter and co-founder of Crosta Smith Gallery

Trained as a Fine Arts student in Bordeaux, Marine Edith Crosta has carved a successful career as a painter and, more recently, a gallerist. She’s recognised for her miniature works, depicting stormy seaside, though she’s shifted her attention to oil portraits that focus on skin tones. Her Instagram account exhibits her art background alongside sneak peeks of decorate arts available at Crosta Smith Gallery, opened with her life and business partner Daniel Smith.

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