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Get A Handle on This | Best Instagrammers to Follow

Editors posted on 08 April

By Editors

With over 200 million active users, and double the amount of hash tags, it’s hard to find anything worthy of a regram amid thousands of bathroom selfies, the #ootds, and anything but nomnom food images. Here is a list of 15 handles that will be a welcome change to your Instagram feed. From photography hobbyists and inspired artists, to fashion industry insights and food talks, follow them and everything is all right.

elleindiaofficial | A visual journey with one of our favourite fashion journals, Elle. Catch some behind the scenes footage of shoots, features, and the edit team responsible for putting it all together. Great insight into how fun working at a fashion magazine can be. Designer freebies anyone?


outhousejewellery | LBBD’S bookmarked favourite jewellery brand, consider it a sort of look-book to their collection. It also incorporates Outhouse designer team shots, and important events and dates on which you can catch them live in action.


dualistinquiry | Ever wondered just how amazing a travelling musician's life can be? From massive audience shots, greenroom stills with celebrity DJs {there’s a DeadMau5 special}, and personal gig shots; consider this an all-access pass to a musician's life on the road.


perniaq | She’s interesting in how she curates her updates. She covers a range of designers and talented newbies, all the while allowing us to view her life that is front row at Paris Fashion Week.


bhanelove | High street pick, follow Bhane for updates on their clothes, events they show at, and information on where they retail.


foodtalkindia | Perhaps the most befitting for #nomnom, all you foodies need to subscribe. They cover everything from gourmet gastronomy to local street foods, with the occasional restaurant and food tip.


thedelhibride | A day in the life of an Indian wedding blogger; follow the Delhi Bride for wedding ideas, trousseau shopping, and décor inspirations. She caters to a more high-street bride, looking to host her nuptials without busting the bank.

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weddingsutra | Wedding Sutra caters to both bride and groom, to present wedding ideas, real-life love stories, and D-day inspirations, with a higher focus on couture clothing and jewellery. You’ll catch a lot of Tarun Tahiliani, Sabyasachi and Manish Malhotra bridal specials, shot on real-life brides.

wedding sutra

shivahuja | We could stalk him all day. One of the most talented photographers around, follow him for visual delights covering everything from street art, music gigs and travel photos, to good ol’ dilapidated Gurgaon - only looking stunning because Shiv shot it.

shiv ahuja

vandanaxverma | Follow The India Tube’s editor Vandana Verma as she scouts all things off-beat in the city and covers food from across the country, interspersed with the occasional selfie. Not. Taken. In. Bathroom.


as1fk {Asif Khan} | Writer/ photographer Asif Khan’s handle takes you on a photo journey across the city, through inspirational stories ending with skillfully composed shots of everyday sights.


inderanim | If travelling and understanding Instagram filters is on your wish list {not necessarily in that order}, follow cinematographer and traveller Inderjit Singh across the world via his photos.


turmericdesign | Graphic designer and ace-illustrator Kriti Monga’s handle is flooded with inspired visuals, a lot of lettering stills, and scenes from around the city. Selfie? Only if it's in front of one of her creations.

turmeric design

danielberehulak | "The Australian photojournalist with an apartment in Delhi" shares the occasional snippet of his life in Delhi and his travels all over India and the world. Dig in to the archive of his Insta-feed for his pictures from Varanasi.




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