Instant Follow Friday: Meet Your New Instagram Crush, Caroline Vreeland
She also happens to be fashion legend Diana Vreeland’s great-granddaughter, and your next (and only necessary) Instagram crush. In other words, if you aren’t already following her, then why aren’t you?
Vreeland recently opened up to GQ last month about things like topless selfies, her favorite book (it’s Crime And Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky), music, and her greatest kiss. GQ also asked her to rank “in order of priority” red wine, sex, pasta, music, fashion. Her response?
Sex, pasta, music, wine, fashion.
In the past year alone, Vreeland has done a number of high-fashion spreads in between singing gigs, oftentimes traveling the world to do so.
For example, she recently did a shoot for Santoni Official with Bret Easton Ellis, in which they channeled iconic couple Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe. In June, she covered Harper’s Bazaar Russia. Vreeland has also appeared in Carine Roitfeld’s CR Fashion book, and most recently was featured in the CR Girls 2016 portfolio.
Vreeland also has many great, delicate tattoos of quotes (in English, French and German), song lyrics (Fiona Apple’s “The First Taste” and various phrases (for example, “feel safe”).
“She is magic”
“Light of my life, fire of my loins”
“I do not struggle in your web because it was my aim to get caught”
“L’amour demande des sacrifices”
Aside from her gorgeous singing voice, she’s got major presence and is super witty especially on her true love, Snapchat. That’s where she gives her follows a behind the scenes look to her photoshoots, takes numerous sips of wine (with friends), occasionally gets fed pasta by other people (you think she feeds herself?!), and shows off what book she’s reading.
Come for the singing, stay for the food/wine/bae.
Follow Caroline Vreeland on Instagram @carolinevreeland, on Twitter at @carovreeland, and on Snapchat @cvxx. Scroll through her best Instagram photos in the gallery above, and check out her music video for her hauntingly beautiful song “Wasteland” below: