These days, it’s hard to image fashion without Instagram. Designers, celebrities, bloggers, models —everyone shares their style on Instagram. This year, some big names — designers Alber Elbaz, Marc Jacobs and Donatella Versace — took the plunge, giving us a peek into their exclusive worlds.
Donatella Versace tapped Instagram pro Gigi Hadid to help with her first photo. While on a shoot for the label’s spring ’16 ad campaign, Hadid and Versace took a selfie together. Since then, Versace has posted photos with lots of other famous women, including Madonna, Salma Hayek and Lady Gaga.
Marc Jacobs’ beloved bull terrier, Neville, had his own Instagram account before the designer did:
In line with its goal of becoming a more modern monarchy, Kensington Palace now has its own account, featuring the activities of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, including their adorable family photos.
See more celebs who joined Instagram this year:
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Prince Harry, joined by NBA All-star Carmelo Anthony, presented the first #Coachcore programme graduates with their certificates at St James's Palace today. #Coachcore is a programme developed by the #RoyalFoundation to train young people who are struggling to find positive prospects, to become professional sports coaches and mentors.