Vanichi curates 5 Follow Worthy Luxury Designer Instagram Accounts

Vanichi curates 5 Follow Worthy Luxury Designer Instagram Accounts that are telling beautiful stories of menswear and womenswear, luxury and lifestyle.

SELLY RABE KANE

A favorite of Beyonce, the celebrated Senegalese designer is a driving force in the Dakar creative moment. She combines urban coolness with traditional West African textiles to craft an eclectic aesthetic that is dream-like yet grounded. Well versed in men’s and women’s fashion, her pieces are fun, expertly tailored and effortlessly flyyyyyy.

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Sira Kanté glowing in her Shrimp Kimono. Selly Raby Kane on INSTAGRAM.

Men's Black Bird Bomber Jacket by Selly Raby Kane

Men’s Black Bird Bomber Jacket by Selly Raby Kane

ONG-OAJ PAIRAM

Thai born and Brighton-based UK women’s designer Ong-Oaj Pairam creates sexy, luxurious womenswear that adorn the coolest of the cool. After working for Proenza Schouler in New York and Roland Mouret in London, he founded his own Label in November 2012. The designer is internationally known for his soft tailoring, original prints and intricate embroidery.

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Betty Bachz @bettybachz wearing @ongoajpairamofficial @jflondon_official styled by @kyledevolle. INSTAGRAM

BROTHER VELLIES

Brother Vellies Instagram bio says it all,

“Magical, sustainable Accessories handcrafted in South Africa, Kenya, Morocco & Ethiopia designed in Brooklyn by Aurora James

The brand’s use of furs and leathers combined with distinct design skills has gained the attention of everyone from Kanye to Anna Wintour.

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A sneak peek at these made in Ethiopia beauties. INSTAGRAM

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Brother Vellies on INSTAGRAM

 

VOZ

Made in Chile, Peru and India, VOZ celebrates the craftsmanship of indigenous women. Taking their name from the Spanish word for “voice”, Voz empowers female artisans who are politically and economically marginalized to create beautiful, handmade luxury clothes and accessories while growing economy in rural regions. The brand currently supports Mapuche artisans in Temuco, Chile, Puno artisans in Peru and Tangail weavers in India.

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Cotton Ivory Duster, hand-loomed in organic cotton via INSTAGRAM

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Photo featuring the airy texture of the Nina Manta, hand-loomed in thin Peruvian cotton via INSTAGRAM

 

CHU SUWANNAPHA + CHULAAP

Hailing from Thailand and based in South Africa, designer Chu Suwannapha uses his label, CHULAAP, to offer a quirky, unisex collection that is completely unconventional. Driven by prints and pieces that mix street with sartorial, this imaginative line is a celebration of textile and innovation.

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Photo credit: Chu Suwannapha and Simon Deiner photography on INSTAGRAM

 

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