How to Avoid Salone FOMO

How to Avoid Salone FOMO


Not able to make it to Milan for Salone this year? Not to fear! Those sticking state-side can still follow along with all of the latest in international design from the comfort of their couch.

Here’s who we’re following on Instagram this week:

@isaloniofficial: The official Instagram account for Salone del Mobile. Their coverage started well before the show opened its doors this year, giving followers a taste of what’s in store for the 2018 year. 

@ChauhanStudio: British industrial designer Tej Chauhan kicked off their Salone coverage with a breathtaking video from Nendo: Forms and Movement. Since then, they’ve posted about color and form in furniture design—including their very own Moby seat available for viewing in the Artifort space, Hall 16, E26.

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@Concetta.Lorenzo: Designer Concetta Lorenzo has been all over the show floor already, snapping their favorite forms and surfaces. What emerges is a quirky collection of textures. 

@Madame_Duchamp: Trendsetter extraordinaire with Mohawk, Royce Epstein is snapping all of the fun and funky offerings at Salone, taking into consideration the details of each piece on an up-close-and-personal level.

@novitapr: New York PR firm and American agency for all things Salone del Mobile, Novita is showcasing not only their design clients but the work behind the scenes of the show.

@bdebytes: The NYC public relations agency BDE is alongside their clients for Salone. Their Instagram account gives viewers a background look at some of their biggest clients, such as FLOS and Molteni&C Dada.