The fact that I actually get to use pinterest on the daily for my work is pretty much proof that I’m in my own version of a dream job. Of all my social media accounts, my pinterest feed is definitely my happy place. For me, it feels like pure exploration. Over the years I’ve discovered some really inspiring pinners to follow — people who add to my evolving aesthetic and taste. We put our heads together in the office to come up with our ten favorite pinterest accounts to follow and you might be surprised that they’re not all bloggers. We’ve got an actress, a socialite, and a favorite print publication on the list — check out our ten faves and get ready to start pinning.
Katie Armour Taylor
Time Magazine named her one of “30 Pinners to Follow” and we have to agree — the blogger behind the Neo-Trad has an incredible eye for all things classic, minimal, and totally sophisticated.
Chanel and I are obsessed with Equipment’s colorful boards dedicated to very specific hues like ash, camel, and (pictured here) mazarine blue.
Forget Annie Hall — Diane Keaton is a style icon in her own right, and she’s got over 7,000 pins to prove it. Check out her board called Cut and Paste for her incredible collection of collage art.
Lauren Santo Domingo
Our generation’s real life “swan”, we can always count on LSD for a little bit of fabulous. Whether she’s pinning cigarettes or Chanel, we can’t get enough of her party-loving personality and killer style.
Wit and Delight
Kate Arends is one of our O.G. pinners: we’ve been following her since the beginning. Her eye for good clean design remains unmatched.
We don’t really know much about LingLing, other than the fact that she lives in Italy and has 100k followers on pinterest. But her very cool schoolgirl aesthetic makes us wonder if LingLing might not be an alias for Sofia Coppola… Either way, we love perusing her boards for unicorns, roller skates, and plenty of glitter.
The fashion designer’s pin boards are almost as pretty as her delicate designs — think tulle, lilac, and sunlit windows.
Conde Nast Traveler
We’re big fans of CN Traveler the magazine, but we love re-pinning cool hotel destinations straight from the publication’s extensive pin boards.
The Mrs. has always had her own brand of cool, and we love the “fabby gals” and pineapple cocktails she adds to our daily feed.
Lark and Linen
Our awesome intern Suruchi turned us onto Lark & Linen, and we’re totally digging her sherbert colored palette full of food and flowers.