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Follow these incredible fashion photographers on Instagram

These are some of the most exciting fashion visionaries sharing awesome content all year round – in and outside of the catwalk schedule

We're halfway through fashion month (!!) and with things currently in full swing in Milan, Instagram is serving a serious dose of ‘look what you’re missing out on’. Not only have we got you covered with everything fashion week related from the four cities on the shiny new @dazed_fashion account, but if you need a break from the backstage antics and catwalk moments then we’ve got your back too. Relief is only a ‘follow’ button away. Here are some of the best visionaries doing a good job at keeping our #FOMO at bay by sharing other awesome fashion photography.


As I write this, Ben Toms’ feed is brimming with the spectacularly intriguing and incredibly beautiful Mia Goth, one-third of Dazed’s current cover stars for our Autumn/Winter 2015 issue. There’s lots more to see from Toms of course but, for now, let’s just focus on Mia. But if you scroll down further you can see just how easily Toms mixes nature – from the owls to flowers – and high fashion.


Eloise Parry doesn’t take her Instagram game too seriously – which is super refreshing. Mixing a bunch of editorial shots with personal pics and memes, Parry perfectly bridges the gap between work and play, and let’s us tag along for the ride.


Harley Weir never disappoints. And by never, I mean never ever. From her cover shoots for Dazed with Young Thug in a Molly Goddard designed dress to some seriously hilarious and briliant people watching skills, she’s well-deserving of all 24.4k followers + more.


Pierre Debusschere’s penchant for a black and white post is a welcome relief in an often over-crazed world of colour, print and pattern. Subtle and beautiful pictures alongside archive images from shoots for Raf Simons make for satisfying IG scrolling.


Robi Rodriguez is taking one for the girls, with an endless stream of diverse faces and models for your perusal. But if you need a break from the (incredibly beautiful) clothes, personal projects like "The Birds" prove just how talented he is, both within and outside the world of fashion.