11 Fashion Law Accounts to Follow on Instagram
Fashion Law Enthusiasts Unite! If you’re like me, then there are several people that you follow on Instagram for inspiration. Below is a list of fashion law-related Instagram accounts that I think you should follow. Once you follow them, let them know that Fashion Law Mapping sent you!
The chic attorney showcases her luxury bags, shoes, and travels to places such as Dubai and Miami on her fabulous Instagram. If you want to drool over Christian Louboutins, Céline bags, and jaunts to foreign countries, follow this stylish attorney.
Past guest post author, Fashion Blawger, not only writes about the business and legal issues in the luxury industry, but also carries a fierce “it” bag and gives you a glimpse into her lifestyle. Live vicariously through her as she travels to France and other hot spots.
This fashion attorney is bananas! Graduate of USC, Dayani is the Vice President of Rachel Zoe Inc. Above she is pictured with her boss and friend, fashion designer and former Bravo reality star, Rachel Zoe.
Feingold serves as Etsy’s first in-house attorney. She was the first of 17 employees to join the company that it now worth over $3 billion dollars! With her own jewelry line, Feingold understands the legal issues that affect the creative industry. In fact, she wrote an ebook Copyright for Artists: Quick and Easy Copyright Protection to assist creative professionals.
Stay update with the latest events and conferences on fashion law by following this timeline full of people you should know and the programs you should attend!
The Fashion Law, a leading source on fashion law and the business of fashion, shares pictures of models, colorful sceneries, and key pieces that you need for your wardrobe. Want some inspiration? Follow this page.
Staci Riordan is a fashion attorney based in the Los Angeles area. Between jet setting to meet with her fashion clients and running a fashion law website, Riordan is also the Executive Director of Loyola’s Fashion Law clinic. Riordan shares pictures of balancing life as a mom and a successful attorney.
To me, Ashli Weiss represents grinding until your passion becomes your career. She once shared a story on a podcast about how she flew from California to New York just for an one hour coffee meeting with a fashion attorney. Talk about sacrifice! Her dedication lead her to becoming a Tory Burch Legal Fellow. So follow this attorney’s visual diary on Instagram and be motivated to go for your dreams!
Douglas Hand’s Instagram is filled with photo ops with your favorite designers as well as pics from the latest runway shows. Hand serves on the Business Advisory Committee of the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) as well as the CFDA’s Fashion Incubator Program.
Former model turned fashion attorney, Udak Oduok, runs several fashion, music and entertainment law sites, mentors budding fashion attorneys, and operates her own firm. Pictured above is Oduok with Diane Von Furstenberg, fashion designer and current President of CDFA.
Fashion attorney Nicole Abboud is a mentor in my head (hopefully, in real life one day). Unhappy with the direction of her law career, Abboud decided to open her on practice focused on fashion clients. Searching for her life’s purpose led her to start podcasts on how Generation-Y attorneys like herself could practice law on their own terms.
Stay tuned for the international edition of Fashion Law Instagram accounts to follow! Is there anyone who should be added to the list? Leave a comment below!
Photo Credit: Featured Image from Who What Wear‘s piece on “Want to Study Fashion Law? Now You Can.”