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18 NYC Instagrammers To Follow This Holiday Break

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    Ahh, the holidays in New York City: a magical time when crowds of tourists elbow you out of the way, stores are shoulder-to-shoulder with novice shoppers, and it's nearly impossible to get a seat at your favorite restaurant. Can you feel the magic? Yeah, us neither. But, crowds aside, this is one of the most festive times of year, and what's a little festivity without some Instagram snaps to document it all?

    To that end, we asked John Jannuzzi, the digital editor at Lucky, for a few Instagram accounts to follow this holiday season, because, well, we're fairly certain he doesn't do anything but look at his phone all day. He rounded up a cool crop of NYC snappers that will entertain you at the dinner table (like when you're uncle is telling that story about how he got the scar again). Plus, make sure to catch Januzzi's jolly Instagram feed (and all your favorite R29 editors), then gather ye Android and iPhone around the fire and fill your feed with the merry trappings of the seasons. Because we all know it's not really the holidays unless it's in X-Pro (not Valencia, Valencia is dead).

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