In our latest installment of Hot On Pinterest, we bring you five fashionable pinners that have caught our attention in a big way. From street style stars to a must-visit museum, these are the Pinterest accounts and inspiration boards that you should be following -- now.
Lauren Santo Domingo: As Moda Operandi's co-founder, it's no surprise the ultra-stylish and digitally savvy Vogue contributing editor is one of Pinterest's best, and most active, pinners. Check out LSD's boards like "Voguepedia," "History101" and "Inspiration" for some amazing images from the archive of Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, Charlotte Rampling and more icons. Or any of her interior inspiration -- like "Country Houses." Seriously, you could get sucked in.
Museum at FIT: Where else online can you find fashion illustrations from the 15th, 16th and 17th century? Exactly. The "Most Fashionable Museum in New York City" has an outstanding collection of 67 boards and over 1,800 pins that cover everything from an 1840s Petticoat (in "Underpinnings") to a dance-inspired shot of Candice Swanepoel wearing Giambattista Valli in a recent Harper's Bazaar editorial (from board "Dance Dance Dance"). It's a history lesson with every click.
Misha Janette Tokyo Fashion Diaries: What happens when an avant garde personal style blog hits Pinterest? Misha Janette's whirlwind of wacky outfits, street style, inspiration and knowledge of Japanese fashion comes to fruition. You may not believe that some of the outfits on this page are real, but you still won't want to leave.
Nicole Richie: You may be surprised to see the reality star-turned-fashion-designer on this list, but Richie recently took on one of InStyle magazine's boards to explain the inspiration behind her debut fragrance. Head over to her page to see some adorable pics of Richie as a kid with her mom and dad, in addition to gorgeous images of flowers and more.
House of Lavande: The vintage jewelry company reveals their amazing inspiration on boards such as "Arm's Best Friend," which features every enviable bag imaginable (think Celine, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Stella McCartney), and "The Mane Thing," wihere you will certainly find a new summer hairstyle.
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