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@instagram basic info

How many followers @instagram has? 466,196,954
How many profiles @instagram follows? 99
Is @instagram private profile? No
Is @instagram verified profile? Yes
Is @instagram professional profile? Yes
Is @instagram business profile? No
Business category @instagram belongs N/A
Business category name @instagram belongs Digital creator

@instagram instagram stats

How many likes per photo @instagram has? 618,491
How many comments per photo instagram has? 18,702
How often @instagram publishes a photo on Instagram? every 3 days
How many likes per video @instagram has? 687,451
How many comments per video instagram has? 19,058
How many views per video @instagram has? 9,933,102
How often @instagram publishes a video on Instagram? every 5 days
How many likes per post @instagram has? 675,958
How many comments per post instagram has? 18,999
How often @instagram publishes a post on Instagram? every 4 days
Photo / Video ratio of @instagram 16% photos / 84% videos

Latest posts by @instagram

  • By @instagram - Fashion-forward ⏩

“There is a sense of power in exploring and discovering who I am and what I can create when I get involved in the creative scene,” says 22-year-old creative director and model Roanne (@rrrroanne). “Similar to my other creative endeavors, modeling and fashion are another state of mind that takes me away to an imaginary world.”

Roanne pushes her stylish sensibility to the next level through her smooth high-speed transition videos. “Quarantine was the perfect time to explore different editing styles at home. The first thought in my head during editing was that it’ll be cool to have a transition where I rapidly change my outfits in a matter of seconds, so I just roll with it and have fun.

Although I’m still discovering myself in fashion, I’ve learned that clothes don’t define your true character. Rather, it is an expression of yourself.”

Reel by @rrrroanne
Music by @kidcudi @instagram

    Fashion-forward ⏩ “There is a sense of power in exploring and discovering who I am and what I can create when I get involved in the creative scene,” says 22-year-old creative director and model Roanne (@rrrroanne). “Similar to my other creative endeavors, modeling and fashion are another state of mind that takes me away to an imaginary world.” Roanne pushes her stylish sensibility to the next level through her smooth high-speed transition videos. “Quarantine was the perfect time to explore different editing styles at home. The first thought in my head during editing was that it’ll be cool to have a transition where I rapidly change my outfits in a matter of seconds, so I just roll with it and have fun. Although I’m still discovering myself in fashion, I’ve learned that clothes don’t define your true character. Rather, it is an expression of yourself.” Reel by @rrrroanne Music by @kidcudi

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  • By @instagram - @instagram

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  • By @instagram - X Games Aspen 2022 (@xgames) begin today and Norwegian professional snowboarder Marcus Kleveland (@marcuskleveland) is ready to go big or go home. @instagram

    X Games Aspen 2022 (@xgames) begin today and Norwegian professional snowboarder Marcus Kleveland (@marcuskleveland) is ready to go big or go home.

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  • By @instagram - “Confidence is something you have to take care of every day. It’s energy and feeling you express with your attitude. You can’t be confident without being in love with life.” —Mickael Narbonnais, aka Snake Ninja (@iamsnakeninja)

Through their journeys in navigating self-confidence, all five of these creators from around the world share their stories while inspiring others along the way.

Today on our story, they give us a close-up on their relationship with confidence. ❤️

Photos by @iamsnakeninja, @lorenaeltzz, @lara_mara_sheila, @themirnavator and @zainab.aleqabi @instagram

    “Confidence is something you have to take care of every day. It’s energy and feeling you express with your attitude. You can’t be confident without being in love with life.” —Mickael Narbonnais, aka Snake Ninja (@iamsnakeninja) Through their journeys in navigating self-confidence, all five of these creators from around the world share their stories while inspiring others along the way. Today on our story, they give us a close-up on their relationship with confidence. ❤️ Photos by @iamsnakeninja, @lorenaeltzz, @lara_mara_sheila, @themirnavator and @zainab.aleqabi

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  • By @instagram - Step inside Jean Jacques Tshiyamu Ndjoli’s (@ndjolijean) world.
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    Step inside Jean Jacques Tshiyamu Ndjoli’s (@ndjolijean) world.

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  • By @instagram - “I am, and we are, our ancestors’ wildest dreams,” says organizer and strategist Chelsea Miller (@thechelseamiller). “As a first-generation American and Black woman rooted in the diaspora, I show up to re-imagine systems, connect our present day to history and amplify the voices within our movements.”
 
In May 2020, a few days after the death of George Floyd, Chelsea, Nialah Edari (@nialahedari) and Nia White (@theniawhite) organized a non-violent protest in solidarity with others across the country. “That protest catapulted us to the frontlines during the resurgence of our generation’s civil rights movement. We coined the name Freedom March NYC (@freedommarchnyc), and through our work became one of the largest youth-led civil rights organizations in the nation.” In November, members of George Floyd’s family presented Chelsea and Nialah with the 2021 Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Confidence Award for this work.
 
“I attribute the sustainability of our work to the fact that it is grounded in sisterhood and community. We show up as our authentic selves, giving each other permission to evolve, rest and disrupt in the ways that speak to not only the movement but who we are as people,” says Chelsea, who co-founded Women Everywhere Believe (@webelieve.inc) with Akua Obeng-Akrofi (@akuaobengakrofi) “to create spaces for women and girls of color to lead.”
 
“I describe myself as a daughter, sister, friend, visionary and social architect. These days, I focus more so on who I am and less on what I do. Our generation is so dynamic that it’s common for us to do many things as an extension of who we are. My work is a testament to the power of young people and our ability to see the world not simply as it is, but as it should be. We are not the leaders of tomorrow; we are the leaders of today.”
 
 Photo of @thechelseamiller by @tajwarahad @instagram

    “I am, and we are, our ancestors’ wildest dreams,” says organizer and strategist Chelsea Miller (@thechelseamiller). “As a first-generation American and Black woman rooted in the diaspora, I show up to re-imagine systems, connect our present day to history and amplify the voices within our movements.” In May 2020, a few days after the death of George Floyd, Chelsea, Nialah Edari (@nialahedari) and Nia White (@theniawhite) organized a non-violent protest in solidarity with others across the country. “That protest catapulted us to the frontlines during the resurgence of our generation’s civil rights movement. We coined the name Freedom March NYC (@freedommarchnyc), and through our work became one of the largest youth-led civil rights organizations in the nation.” In November, members of George Floyd’s family presented Chelsea and Nialah with the 2021 Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Confidence Award for this work. “I attribute the sustainability of our work to the fact that it is grounded in sisterhood and community. We show up as our authentic selves, giving each other permission to evolve, rest and disrupt in the ways that speak to not only the movement but who we are as people,” says Chelsea, who co-founded Women Everywhere Believe (@webelieve.inc) with Akua Obeng-Akrofi (@akuaobengakrofi) “to create spaces for women and girls of color to lead.” “I describe myself as a daughter, sister, friend, visionary and social architect. These days, I focus more so on who I am and less on what I do. Our generation is so dynamic that it’s common for us to do many things as an extension of who we are. My work is a testament to the power of young people and our ability to see the world not simply as it is, but as it should be. We are not the leaders of tomorrow; we are the leaders of today.” Photo of @thechelseamiller by @tajwarahad

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  • By @instagram - Today, we’re on set and behind the scenes with artist Shawn Mendes (@shawnmendes) as he films the video for his new song “It’ll Be Okay.” @instagram

    Today, we’re on set and behind the scenes with artist Shawn Mendes (@shawnmendes) as he films the video for his new song “It’ll Be Okay.”

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  • By @instagram - Blowin’ in the wind. 
 
On today’s #WeeklyFluff we are heading into the big outdoors with brother and sister goldendoodles Mia and Milo (@goldendoodledoos), who are getting a natural blow out. 
 
Video by @goldendoodledoos @instagram

    Blowin’ in the wind. On today’s #WeeklyFluff we are heading into the big outdoors with brother and sister goldendoodles Mia and Milo (@goldendoodledoos), who are getting a natural blow out. Video by @goldendoodledoos

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  • By @instagram - “She-devil.” @instagram

    “She-devil.”

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  • By @instagram - “As history has informed us, our stories are often told for us and reinterpreted in inauthentic ways. It’s great when it comes directly from the source, all the aspects of it — our Blackness, our wins, our losses, our joy, our trauma. Nobody can tell our stories but us, and from that, we start to build the future.” —Writer Louis Pisano (@louispisano)

A self-proclaimed “child of the internet,” Louis credits their passion for fashion to growing up online. “Some people are embarrassed to talk about how much they’re obsessed with the internet, but not me,” says Louis, who lives in Paris and is originally from NYC. “I fully embrace it. It’s like a calming and often infuriating constant presence in my life since I was a kid and has made me who I am today.”

For Louis, representation and inclusivity is an act of rebellion. “It’s a rebellion against everything we’re told that fashion and the industry was. [It’s] writing the next chapter for the next generation.”

Today on our story, Louis takes us around Paris and shares a few favorite fashion accounts.

#ShareBlackStories

Video by @louispisano @instagram

    “As history has informed us, our stories are often told for us and reinterpreted in inauthentic ways. It’s great when it comes directly from the source, all the aspects of it — our Blackness, our wins, our losses, our joy, our trauma. Nobody can tell our stories but us, and from that, we start to build the future.” —Writer Louis Pisano (@louispisano) A self-proclaimed “child of the internet,” Louis credits their passion for fashion to growing up online. “Some people are embarrassed to talk about how much they’re obsessed with the internet, but not me,” says Louis, who lives in Paris and is originally from NYC. “I fully embrace it. It’s like a calming and often infuriating constant presence in my life since I was a kid and has made me who I am today.” For Louis, representation and inclusivity is an act of rebellion. “It’s a rebellion against everything we’re told that fashion and the industry was. [It’s] writing the next chapter for the next generation.” Today on our story, Louis takes us around Paris and shares a few favorite fashion accounts. #ShareBlackStories Video by @louispisano

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  • By @instagram - And may all your victories forever be covered in confetti. @instagram

    And may all your victories forever be covered in confetti.

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  • By @instagram - “My aim is to show the world that Muslim women are quite capable of expressing themselves through art, just like everyone else,” says 24-year-old Somali-Canadian creator and early childhood educator Khadija (@muakhads).⁣
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“Growing up, I would often see the women in my community matching their hijabs to their outfits and jewelry. While my culture doesn’t inform my makeup art directly, I have picked up on the matching and incorporate it into my looks daily.⁣
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In the beginning of my makeup journey, I wanted to create looks only on my eyes and have that be the focus of my art. When we went into quarantine, I found I had more time to work on my makeup. I continued to practice and started adding little drawings to my makeup looks, until I eventually felt comfortable enough to do full face looks. I also realized that not everything I draw has to resemble something. The pandemic really pushed me out of my comfort zone, and in turn I feel much more confident about myself and my art.⁣
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Makeup has helped me discover that I love a good challenge. It is definitely a little challenging having an idea for a look, and not knowing how you will execute it. This is translated in my everyday life as an educator because you just never know how children will react to a lesson. Knowing and planning for every event isn’t possible, and sometimes you just have to think on your feet and adapt.”⁣
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Photos by @muakhads @instagram

    “My aim is to show the world that Muslim women are quite capable of expressing themselves through art, just like everyone else,” says 24-year-old Somali-Canadian creator and early childhood educator Khadija (@muakhads).⁣ ⁣ “Growing up, I would often see the women in my community matching their hijabs to their outfits and jewelry. While my culture doesn’t inform my makeup art directly, I have picked up on the matching and incorporate it into my looks daily.⁣ ⁣ In the beginning of my makeup journey, I wanted to create looks only on my eyes and have that be the focus of my art. When we went into quarantine, I found I had more time to work on my makeup. I continued to practice and started adding little drawings to my makeup looks, until I eventually felt comfortable enough to do full face looks. I also realized that not everything I draw has to resemble something. The pandemic really pushed me out of my comfort zone, and in turn I feel much more confident about myself and my art.⁣ ⁣ Makeup has helped me discover that I love a good challenge. It is definitely a little challenging having an idea for a look, and not knowing how you will execute it. This is translated in my everyday life as an educator because you just never know how children will react to a lesson. Knowing and planning for every event isn’t possible, and sometimes you just have to think on your feet and adapt.”⁣ ⁣ Photos by @muakhads

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  • By @instagram - Tarot reader Malik Jamileh (@geniestartarot) is here for a very special new year reading. @instagram

    Tarot reader Malik Jamileh (@geniestartarot) is here for a very special new year reading.

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  • By @instagram - Leftovers… yummmm. @instagram

    Leftovers… yummmm.

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  • By @instagram - ✨ It’s time to welcome 2022 with Amanda Gorman’s (@amandascgorman) energy and her new, never-before-read poem. ✨

“New Day’s Lyric”

May this be the day
We come together.
Mourning, we come to mend,
Withered, we come to weather,
Torn, we come to tend,
Battered, we come to better.
Tethered by this year of yearning,
We are learning
That though we weren’t ready for this,
We have been readied by it.
We steadily vow that no matter
How we are weighed down,
We must always pave a way forward.

This hope is our door, our portal.
Even if we never get back to normal,
Someday we can venture beyond it,
To leave the known and take the first steps.
So let us not return to what was normal,
But reach toward what is next.

What was cursed, we will cure.
What was plagued, we will prove pure.
Where we tend to argue, we will try to agree,
Those fortunes we forswore, now the future we foresee,
Where we weren’t aware, we’re now awake;
Those moments we missed
Are now these moments we make,
The moments we meet,
And our hearts, once all together beaten,
Now all together beat.

Come, look up with kindness yet,
For even solace can be sourced from sorrow.
We remember, not just for the sake of yesterday,
But to take on tomorrow.

We heed this old spirit,
In a new day’s lyric,
In our hearts, we hear it:
For auld lang syne, my dear,
For auld lang syne.
Be bold, sang Time this year,
Be bold, sang Time,
For when you honor yesterday,
Tomorrow ye will find.
Know what we’ve fought
Need not be forgot nor for none.
It defines us, binds us as one,
Come over, join this day just begun.
For wherever we come together,
We will forever overcome. @instagram

    ✨ It’s time to welcome 2022 with Amanda Gorman’s (@amandascgorman) energy and her new, never-before-read poem. ✨ “New Day’s Lyric” May this be the day We come together. Mourning, we come to mend, Withered, we come to weather, Torn, we come to tend, Battered, we come to better. Tethered by this year of yearning, We are learning That though we weren’t ready for this, We have been readied by it. We steadily vow that no matter How we are weighed down, We must always pave a way forward. This hope is our door, our portal. Even if we never get back to normal, Someday we can venture beyond it, To leave the known and take the first steps. So let us not return to what was normal, But reach toward what is next. What was cursed, we will cure. What was plagued, we will prove pure. Where we tend to argue, we will try to agree, Those fortunes we forswore, now the future we foresee, Where we weren’t aware, we’re now awake; Those moments we missed Are now these moments we make, The moments we meet, And our hearts, once all together beaten, Now all together beat. Come, look up with kindness yet, For even solace can be sourced from sorrow. We remember, not just for the sake of yesterday, But to take on tomorrow. We heed this old spirit, In a new day’s lyric, In our hearts, we hear it: For auld lang syne, my dear, For auld lang syne. Be bold, sang Time this year, Be bold, sang Time, For when you honor yesterday, Tomorrow ye will find. Know what we’ve fought Need not be forgot nor for none. It defines us, binds us as one, Come over, join this day just begun. For wherever we come together, We will forever overcome.

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  • By @instagram - “I feel like being present is something that I learned to do a lot during the pandemic,” says artist Khalid (@thegr8khalid), whose latest single is titled “Present.” @instagram

    “I feel like being present is something that I learned to do a lot during the pandemic,” says artist Khalid (@thegr8khalid), whose latest single is titled “Present.”

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  • By @instagram - For 15-year-old actress Saniyya Sidney (@saniyyasidney), preparing to portray one of the world’s greatest athletes was no small feat.
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    For 15-year-old actress Saniyya Sidney (@saniyyasidney), preparing to portray one of the world’s greatest athletes was no small feat.

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  • By @instagram - #YoursToMake 

Let's see who we can be. @instagram

    #YoursToMake Let's see who we can be.

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  • By @instagram - The great escape.⁣
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On today’s #WeeklyFluff we are squeezing into the weekend with Morae (@morae_2020), a 1-year-old British shorthair cat who is finding his way out of a tight spot.⁣
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Video by @morae_2020 @instagram

    The great escape.⁣ ⁣ On today’s #WeeklyFluff we are squeezing into the weekend with Morae (@morae_2020), a 1-year-old British shorthair cat who is finding his way out of a tight spot.⁣ ⁣ Video by @morae_2020

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  • By @instagram - What’s up?⁣
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On today’s #WeeklyFluff, meet Elvis (@elvisumbrella) — a 13-year-old umbrella cockatoo who is stepping up and into the weekend.⁣
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Video by @elvisumbrella @instagram

    What’s up?⁣ ⁣ On today’s #WeeklyFluff, meet Elvis (@elvisumbrella) — a 13-year-old umbrella cockatoo who is stepping up and into the weekend.⁣ ⁣ Video by @elvisumbrella

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