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10 designers to follow on Instagram during Milan design week

With Milan design week around the corner, we've rounded up 10 designers to follow on Instagram, to stay up to date with must-see events, products and exhibitions. And don't forget to follow Dezeen for highlights from our #milanogram2017 hashtag!

Tom Dixon

British designer Tom Dixon has already posted several teaser images to Instagram using the #milanogram2017 hashtag, including this one featuring the 1991 Pylon chair, which Dixon will relaunch this year.

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Studio Swine

London-based Studio Swine has just teased this work-in-progress shot of its installation for COS, conceived as a "blossoming sculpture", on its Instagram feed. No doubt more will follow.

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Jaime Hayon

Spanish designer Jaime Hayon has an active feed full of selfies, sketches and work-in-progress. Follow him for behind-the-scenes images of his oversized sculptures, which are being prepared for Milan.

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New York studio Snarkitecture is likely be sharing images from its new collaboration with Calico Wallpaper on its impeccably-curated Instagram feed, as well as documenting highlights from the fair.

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Lee Broom

London-based Lee Broom will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of his studio in Milan this year. He has already posted images of the Time Machine series he is presenting, which will feature a marble Grandfather's Clock.

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Design Academy Eindhoven

Design Academy Eindhoven's vibrant feed has documented its Eat Shit exhibition and petting zoo at previous Milan design weeks. This year students and alumni will create a TV set that explores augmented reality, having already teased "rehearsal" images.

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Atelier Biagetti

Following on from last year's No Sex exhibition, Milanese designer Alberto Biagetti and artist Laura Baldassari return to Milan to pose for pictures with God, a sun-drenched installation that will explore money and excess.

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Muller Van Severen

Belgian design duo Muller van Severen has used Instagram to reveal the design process behind Fireworks, a collaboration with Massimo De Carlo gallery and Studio Binocle.

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Amsterdam design duo Formafantasma regularly update their feed with images of architectural details and coastal landscapes. Keep your eyes peeled for pictures of their Flos lamps during Milan, as well as pictures of the city.

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Although not strictly a designer, Kvadrat is definitely worth following. The textiles brand is revealing the design process behind its collaboration with GamFratesi, including a work-in-progress of the Mask installation.

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