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iGIRL: The Burn Book of Instagram

Regina George is back.

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iGIRL: The Burn Book of Instagram

Regina George is back.

If you’re an Instagram-addict, iGIRL – the ”satirical publication that takes a look into the user’s thoughts” — is the duly needed self-check. Self-described “Regina George in Mean Girls or the Burn Book but about Instagram,” its candy-pink pages mock the social media-reliant public and other pop culture moments. London-based, recent Central Saint Martins graduate topgirl.studio couldn’t be more accurate — and no one delivers the caustic truth better than Regina George. Pre-order your copy of iGIRL now.

The author states, “I wanted to create something that would make girls laugh but also wasn’t just nonsense, there was a meaning behind it. iGirl is a bit of fun, yes but it also opens up our eyes to the bigger picture: how reliant we have become online. It’s all about ‘internet goals and having the perfect feed.’ Which when we take a step back and think about it, it’s all ridiculous but we all do it, including me.”

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