Six Funny Fashion Instagrams To Follow

These creative and playful accounts will satisfy both your satirical and sartorial needs. These are?the best parody fashion Instagram accounts to follow now.


A combination of contemporary designers and the Old Masters - Raphael's Pope Julius II wears Gucci, Petrus Christus' Portrait of a Young Girl wears eye makeup from the AW17 Prabal Gurung show at New York fashion week and Raphael's Portrait of the Young Pietro Bembo wears a Yeezy I Feel Like Pablo crewneck.


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Sidney Prawatyotin of @Siduations reinterprets designer logos and adds a funny perspective to the runway, street style, and award ceremonies.

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Kalen Hollomon plays with fashion, gender and taboo subjects by mixing unorthodox combinations of celebrity and everyday moments.

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This account mixes and matches iconic brand logos, disrupts images had has worked on campaigns with Gucci and with Nike on the new VaporMax.

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You would probably recognise some pictures from this account since Rihanna reposted a series of pictures to celebrate the Queen's 91st birthday. This Instagram account Photoshops celebrities in new looks - Kendall in Pepsi boots, Frida Kahlo in a Supreme tee or above, Theresa May in a Juicy Couture tracksuit.


Illustrator and designer Benjamin Siedler's genius high fashion film makeovers take?your most beloved tv and movie heroines and dress them in haute couture.

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