In our latest installment of Hot On Pinterest, we bring you five fashionable pinners that have caught our attention in a big way. From Anna Wintour to fashion bloggers, these are the Pinterest accounts and inspiration boards that you should be following -- now.
Anna Wintour: The Vogue editor-in-chief doesn't exactly have her own account (she uses the magazine's), but she does have a pin board called, "Anna Wintour's Favorite Images From Vogue." A rep told The Cut, "Anna personally selected all of the photos on her Pinterest page." There may only be 14 images posted (including an Irving Penn photograph from 1990, a rhino mouse and her first cover), but we can't wait for more.
Krista Marie Kelly: The apparel design & development graduate captivated us with her color-themed boards like "Red Riot," "Green Envy" and "Pink Panther. Each collection of hues features a combination of contemporary photographs, products, editorials and archival images that will keep you mesmerized.
Neiman Marcus: The department store obviously posts high-end products, but it is their vintage inspiration that we most love. Take "Digital Prints," for example, which shows contemporary icons, like Miroslava Duma, with archival photos of Grace Coddington as a model in 1971 side-by-side. You'll never second-guess how to wear a fashion-forward trend again!
Paula Tasker: Last week, we received a tip that this fashion blogger and freelance designer was one to follow. And, guess what? The tipster was on to something. We love her board "Spring/Summer Style" which provides inspiration for a dreamy warm-weather outfit and "Ideas," which has some amazing DIY ideas like how to put yarn hearts on a shirt's sleeve and turn neutral brogues into neon showstoppers.
Peter Som: Of course, the New York-based designer uploads photos of his runway shows and Michelle Obama wearing his pieces, but what we're most excited by are his inspiration boards. In "Movies That Inspire" you can expect vintage images of Catherine Deneuve in "Belle de Jour," Liza Minelli in "Cabaret," and even Gwyneth Paltrow in "The Talented Mr. Ripley." The pin board "Print And Pattern Matters" covers everything from William Morris wallpaper to street style photographs.
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