10 Instagrams To Follow That Are Literally Porn For Your Eyes

1. @poppylissiman

Poppy Lissiman is a designer and retailer from Australia. She has her own self-titled label and opened up her first store in 2008 in Claremont, WA. Among cute animal photos (think: the ginger seal), her Instagram features her own clothes as well as other designers that her store carries, worn on fly-looking girls and steeped in a tongue-and-cheek Alice in Wonderland world of emojis. Have I lost you already? Take a look to get a better idea:

poppylissiman / instagram.com
poppylissiman / instagram.com

2. @dailypuppy

In dailypuppy’s world, all dogs are welcome. And humanizing them seems to be encouraged too. Personally my dog would not be caught dead in a turtleneck (or any clothes, for that matter). But when a dog is dressed up in clothes and accessories, it’s nice to at least document it and put it on display for the world to ogle. Prerequisites: a dogonality.

dailypuppy / Instagram.com
dailypuppy / Instagram.com

3. @msninaojorgeline

Ms. Nina takes iconic images, swallows them whole, squishes them around her mouth, and then spits out emoji-adorned versions of the originals. She has a soft spot for Marilyn Monroe, Frida Kahlo, and Kate Moss and re-imagines them with green and lavender hair, floating amidst marijuana leaves and Lisa Frank stickers.

msninaojorgeline / Instagram.com
msninaojorgeline / Instagram.com

4. @lilkimthequeenbee

As hard as it is to look at Lil’ Kim, it’s even harder to look away. So don’t; follow her and indulge yourself. See what happens as a 90s hip hop icon attempts to halt the aging process.

lilkimthequeenbee / Instagram.com
lilkimthequeenbee / Instagram.com

5. @snoopybabe

If you’ve been on the hunt for a regal cat (and honey, aren’t we all?), look no further than snoopybabe. Snoopybabe is an exotic shorthair cat (I’m presuming), but most of all a precious cat. And, if we’re just going off of her Instagram, it would appear she lives alone.

snoopybabe / Instagram.com
snoopybabe / Instagram.com

6. @earlboykins

Earlboykins is the Instagram handle of New York-based artist Andrew Kuo. And it’s quite possibly the funniest Instagram you’ll lay eyes on. It’s rife with optical illusions and animals with attitude that’ll leave you yearning to be Kuo’s friend.

earlboykins / Instagram.com
earlboykins / Instagram.com

7. @jujujuxiaowen

Ju Xiaowen is a model and the closest a human has ever come to an Anime character. And I mean that in the best way possible — just from looking at her photos, Ju appears to be half-human, half-doll. And she doesn’t seem to take herself too seriously either — a trait that’s always appreciated in models who have walked every fashion show you could fathom.

jujujuxiaowen / Instagram.com
jujujuxiaowen / Instagram.com

8. @bleachlondon

There’s a salon in London called Bleach that, from the looks of their Instagram, could double as a shrine to Chloe Norgaard. Even if you’ve never taken an interest in hair, this Instagram will still titillate your senses.

bleachlondon / Instagram.com
bleachlondon / Instagram.com

9. @shop_ghost

Shop-Ghost curates the Internet so you don’t have to. They pick the best of everything — clothes, accessories, shoes, you name it — and provide links to purchase each one. They also make lovely collages and conduct their own interviews. And the images on their Instagram do nothing but add further clout to their name. It’s an impeccable selection of “inspo” images featuring lots of 90s (as most relevant Instagrams do).

shop_ghost / Instagram.com
shop_ghost / Instagram.com

10. @funkyoffishnation

There’s a reason it’s called a “nation.” Made by Pixie Geldof and Ashley Williams, Funky Offish is less an Instagram and more a lifestyle. Qualifications: a repertoire of street style brands, a no-bullshit attitude, and an obsession with Jeremy Scott’s first Moschino collection. Basically, adopt a Margot Tenenbaum temperament and you’re good. TC mark

funkyoffishnation / Instagram.com
funkyoffishnation / Instagram.com

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