Photographer Vanessa Ifediora\'s beautiful images belong in your feed.

Photographer Vanessa Ifediora's beautiful images belong in your feed.Vanessa Ifediora

Time to give your scroll a good spring clean and add in some of these gems. 

1. @janicebyrnegoldsmith

If you're interested in accessorising, take a second to look through the oasis of sparkle and calm from Dublin-based goldsmith Janice Byrne.

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Treat yourself or someone you love to one or more of our unique handcrafted stacking rings. No two stones are exactly the same. Come in and have a look at our gorgeous selection of rustic salt and pepper diamonds, browse a rainbow of precious gemstones of every colour and shape. From agate to zircon. If I don’t have it in studio I will try my best to find it for you. I also have a selecton of beautiful raw stones for those who dare to be different. Each piece is a labor of love, handmade and completely bespoke. I will work with you, to bring you, your perfect ring. So much care and attention is invested in every stage of the process, from helping you to pick a stone, to designing and making the ring until the moment you finally get to take it home. Come visit my beautiful studio on Drury street. #valentinesday #marryme #valentinesproposal #omdivaboutique #drurystreet #irishcraft #janicebyrnegoldsmith #offbeatbride #alternativebride #irishbride #irishwedding #engagementring #alternativeengagementring #madeinireland #bespokejewellery #irishgoldsmithsandjewellerydesigners #promisering

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Follow for a consistently beautiful pastel-rustic theme that allows the incredible craftsmanship of her bespoke stone-set rings to shine.

2. @tebirexofficial

Matt Ó Baoill and Max Zanga's Kildare-based hip hop duo sprung onto the Irish and British musical scene in 2018 with their mix of ballad-like expressions of modern Irish emotion and forthright introspection in rap.

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“Rain on your wedding day” isn’t ironic, Alanis.

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Follow for music that'll make you feel like you're walking on a cloud, and two sweet lads redefining wholesome masculinity.

3. @vanessaifediora

Vanessa's name has rapidly become associated with incredible Irish portraiture and photography in 2018. Soon to be based in Belfast, she's carried out stellar work in Dublin last year, with her 'In The Zone' exhibition in aid of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, and is currently working on personal project "Off White Sheets.

Follow for dynamic and almost-intimate photography of the breathtaking faces of modern Ireland.

4. @holly_shortall

Fashion illustrator, vocal campaigner for @actupdublin and one half of the incredible podcast Popsessed, Holly is a leopard-print clad icon of Irish social media.

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The bags under my eyes are Penneys x

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Follow for equal parts fashion, parodies and humour, and the great work she does on sustainability and social change.

5. @tarastewartdj

Writer and Broadcaster, DJ, and noted flautist, Tara Stewart is constantly on the go doing it all, and looking flawless doing it well!

Follow for eclectic '90s aesthetic, snippets of performances and above all her love for Louis Vuitton.

6. @wanderingintowellness and @yogawithlydia

The Wandering into Wellness Instagram, true to its name, is a colourful scroll through soul-enriching experiences documented in their accompanying podcasts, while Lydia's feed helps you work through the hectic city lifestyle, one yoga pose at a time.

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The Cheek Pat ⚡️ A great facial yoga pose to bring tone to the cheeks, and boost collagen and elastin production. To find out more head on over to @trilogyproductsireland insta page to learn how to do this pose or check our stories to see a demo. If you’ve enjoyed my trilogy Instagram takeover so far then you can also book into my @yogadublin workshop for face and skin this Saturday where you will be treated to brilliant skin and gut health goody bags curated by @thehopsack . Booking via the yoga dublin website but hurry because there are only 2 spaces left. Or if weekends are too precious there is also 1 spot left in my “ get under the skin “ workshop on lymphatic drainage @thehopsack weds 23rd 7-8pm €15 booking via the link in my bio. ( To find out more about what this entails head to my highlights under “faceyoga” and see my stories explaining what we will get up to ! Can’t wait to see to many of you over the coming days and get to practice with you too ❤️ #yogawithlydia #yogateacher #healthandwellness #workout #workshop #ireland #face #skin #lymphaticdrainage #faceyoga #facialyoga #facemassage #learn #guthealth #wanderingintowellness

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Follow for little bits of loveliness, and energising reminders to be good to yourself in body and mind.

7. @emeraldandwaxbyvirtueshine

A bit of a long tag but absolutely worth it, for the infusion of colour into Irish Fashion from Galway Designer Virtue.

Follow for #slowfashion, the love and work that goes into her bespoke pieces, and her integration of vibrant African print fabrics into everything from scarves and kimonos to sharply tailored suits and dresses.

8. @motcollinsart

Some more Galwegian content for your feed, 'Mot Collins' is the bright pink-and-yellow toned artistic venture of designer Clara Higgins.

Follow for sweet and sentimental line illustration in unabashedly bright colours, lovingly hand printed clothing and accessories and her Sour Pop Arts market for other upcoming Irish designers.

9. @felispeaks

Felicia Olusanya, at just 23, is busy dusting off Ireland's 'land of saints and scholars' title and truly making it her own.

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Shinning on your dark autumn evening to offer some news 露‍♀️ . : @elliusgrace . Remember the Ace & Tate feature with @district.magazine, I was interviewed in the HEADS Podcast Episode 003 in association with @AceAndTate. . . "With HEADS we take a look at contemporary Dublin through the lens of the people who live here. For episode 003 Niamh Craven spoke with spoken word artist @FeliSpeaks." LISTEN: link also in my Bio. https://t.co/faFRk96W23 . . #poetsofinstagram #poetrygram #poetrycommunity #poetsofig #spokenwordpoetry #spokenword #poems #thingstodoindublin #october #playwright #performanceartist #performanceart #liveperformance #liveart #festival #performance #performanceart #writing #writer #poetrymap #poetryporn #poet #instapoets #poetryislove #poetryisnotdead #igpoets #poetryislife #aceandtate #districtmagazine #podcast

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Follow this spoken word performer to keep up with all her thought-provoking projects, occasional photoshoots representing homegrown Irish brands like eyewear company ace&tate, and her work with global charity Concern Worldwide.

10. @suitsedit

A mix of lively content, with everything from bespoke goldsmithing and pole fitness in student accommodations, to presenting scientific research at conferences in thoughtfully accessorised suits, to snippets of moments from the Irish creative scene.

Follow for all of the above, coming through in the same 24 hours.

11. @lawsofjacie

Jacie is a young Malaysian doctor from Trinity College who practices in Dublin, as well as being a model.

Follow her for brilliantly composed pictures modelling against city skyscapes, talking about her coffee shop haunts and photographing hypnotic stairwells.

12. @liath.hannon

Student and international model Liath’s feed is a delight to behold in its celebration of the creative and subversive youth culture of Ireland.

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Follow for everything from nights out with budding artists in some of the most unique Dublin spaces, Liath’s covers in Vogue Italia, to her story exploring her transition to be authentic to herself rather than simply from manhood to womanhood.