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#FridayFinds: The top 5 Instagram posts that spiced up our week

#FridayFinds: The top 5 Instagram posts that spiced up our week

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Text: Jessica Bounni

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Time to BURO-fy your day with the most creative Insta posts on display...

You’re not truly ‘all caught up’ if you haven’t seen BURO.’s top five Instagram posts of the week. Truth is, our editors' daily mission is to connect with ease, to share with expression and to experience with conviction – so get inspired, feed your imagination, soul and scroll...

1. If my head was a place…

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A post shared by Sarah Andelman (@sarahandelman)

It would have definitely been something like Sarah Andelman’s inspiring pop-up in all its art, visuals and installation mania. Founder and Creative Director of chic Parisian concept store Colette hosted some of her closest collaborators and latest book series in an ‘oh-so-inspiring’ designed space during fashion week.

2. ‘NFtrends’… a new thang!

…and ‘NFtrousers’ are the new must-haves, as spotted earlier this week on Gunnar Kvilhaug’s Instagram, a digital creator proving that the digital transformation is fundamentally reshaping the fashion industry and its future.

3. Hand in hand, with technology we stand

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Expressive installation by Daniel Arsham spotted on @notre.arte’s Instagram account highlighting the artist’s subtle ways in creating and crystallizing the ambiguous in between spaces or situations, and further stages what he refers to as future relics of the present. Most of the masterpieces he turns into stone refer to the late 20th century or millennial era, when technological obsolescence unprecedentedly accelerated along with the digital dematerialization of our world.

4. The future of street style?

‘Wear clothes that don’t exist’ as mentioned in @xr.couture’s biography on Instagram who reveals the secret of how to be a stunner by sharing a street style image of blogger Jazmin Schmerber wearing a digital gown named ‘Gooey Bonbon Gown.’ If this is the future of street style and fashion, we don’t know if we’re going!

5. Clothes remain real in Van Noten’s dreamy world

Van Noten describes his Fall-Winter 22/23 presentation as a tribute to a life that we lost, a dreamy atmosphere with no boundaries. It is all about having fun again, touching, kissing people, exploring the forbidden, living carefree.

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