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.

Leanne Ford, interior designer

 

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Pennsylvania native Leanne Ford is a former stylist who gained national interest while transforming her first townhouse property, landing her own TV show, Restored with the Fords. Ford has since gone on to partner with Crate and Barrel and launch her first-ever collection of furniture, decor and bedding. The collaboration further highlights her love for white-on-white aesthetics showcased throughout her Instagram.

 

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Meryanne Loum-Martin, owner/designer of the boutique hotel Jnane Tamsna

Lawyer turned hotelier extraordinaire Meryanne Loum-Martin bought land in Palmaraie, Morocco, in 2000 and the following year welcomed guests to Jnane Tamsna, her self-styled retreat. ‘I’ve done everything in the property, every inch, from the architecture to the interior design,’ she told Flâneur Magazine. Her digital grid exhibits her hotel’s crossroads of influences and grants insight into her private life.

GOODEE founders, Byron and Dexter Peart

Identical twins and self-described ‘dapper darlings’ Byron and Dexter Peart dominated the fashion world before stepping into the Canadian design scene. The brothers launched GOODEE, a marketplace for socially conscious artists and designers, that encourages ethical and sustainable consumption, and happiness through a ‘less, but better’ approach. Their joint social account spotlights their sense of unity – from personal family moments to join travels, the Peart brothers push forth a multicultural perspective.

Chelsea Hansford, fashion designer and creative director of Simon Miller

 

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As US fashion brand Simon Miller enters its tween years, its co-creative director Chelsea Hansford has established herself as one of the country’s leading talents. She’s the brains behind the platforms boots forever surfacing our IG feeds, and Hansford’s page is an excellent source of inspiration – especially for fans of bright colour palettes.

 

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Luis Arturo, Digital marketer

 

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Mexican-born Angelino Luis Arturo is a proud home décor enthusiast and an artful content creator for TikTok. His digital platform showcases how Arturo has transformed his space during the lockdown and his knack for infusing both industrial and farmhouse decor into his space.

 

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