The 12 Funniest Fashion People To Follow on Social Media

The models, editors and fashion insiders whose Instagram and Twitter feeds prove that the fashion industry has a stylish sense of humor.

1) Cara Delevingne

From her token silly face selfies to her hilarious quote posts—the it model always keeps us laughing and on our toes waiting for her next Instagram.

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2) Man Repeller

We dare you to scroll through Leandra Medine's tweets without cracking a smile—her timeline proves that fashion and culture are best when mixed with puns and a touch of sarcasm.

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3) Victoria Beckham

Don't be fooled by her perfect camera-ready pout, Victoria Beckham also has a major sense of humor. Her Twitter is a stream of work, family and quirky thoughts—and only makes us love her more.

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4) Laura Brown

Bazaar's very own funny lady gives you a behind-the-scenes look at celebrity interviews, photo shoots and life at the Harper's Bazaaroffices. Follow along for her silly selfies with your favorite celebrities and fashion insiders.

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5) Michael Carl

Self-proclaimed hater of bagels, kitten heels and 'festive interns,' Michael Carl's Twitter will have you unable to stop laughing. From his poking fun at the fashion industry to his adorable '#FashionWeekNiece,' his social streams are hilariously addictive.

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6) DKNY

Run by PR-powerhouse, Aliza Licht, the DKNY Twitter account gives a sarcastic and witty inside look at working in fashion. The @DKNY handle has mastered the art of sarcasm so well, Aliza even invented her own sarcasm font for the Twitterverse (*S).

7) Derek Blasberg

Bazaar's editor-at-large always manages to snap the best model moments—and gives a behind-the-scenes look at the playful side of the top model clique.

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8) Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie's deep (and sarcastic) stream of tweets inspired her own TV show, Candidly Nicole. The always chic star may have a knack for street style and design but her true calling in life may just be tweeting.

9) Tom & Lorenzo

The duo's Twitter bio really says it all, "The fabulous and opinionated b*tches behind tomandlorenzo.com." Tom and Lorenzo don't hold back when it comes to critiquing celebrity style, pop culture and fashion in general—follow them for their hilarious live-tweeting of the red carpets during award show season and of Project Runway each week.

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10) Tilda Lindstam

This model is not afraid to flaunt her facial masks, heel injuries and goofy selfies on Instagram—which is basically a stream of quirky photos that prove models are just like us.

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11) Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen is not afraid to make fun of herself—or anything else for that matter. The ultimate cool girl, her tweets document all of her hilarious thoughts regarding everything from modeling to her marriage with John Legend.

12) Choupette Lagerfeld

A look into the life of the most famous and spoiled cat in the world. Not only does Karl Lagerfeld's cat live a more luxurious life than most humans, she also has funnier tweets.

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Bonus: The Fat Jewish

He may not technically be a part of the fashion industry, but he does have his own t-shirt line and an Instagram feed that is just too good to ignore.

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Lauren Alexis Fisher
Lauren Alexis Fisher

Lauren Alexis Fisher is the former market editor for HarpersBAZAAR.com. While studying fashion and business at LIM College in New York, she held internships at Diane von Furstenberg, Donna Karan, College Fashionista, and Harper's BAZAAR. Lauren covers fashion news, trends, shopping, travel, celebrity style, and more for Bazaar.com. When she's not glued to her phone or laptop, she enjoys traveling, brunching, and tweeting bad jokes.