We're in an unquestionably strange era with regards to social media and politics; we have a First Lady-to-be who is pledging to fight cyber bullying while her husband, President Elect Donald Trump, might just be the biggest bully on Twitter of them all. Nevertheless, in spite of the haters and the trolls (not mention outright bigots), the Internet remains as much of a safe haven for cultural outliers than ever before. We spoke with three such renegades (who you can follow most prominently on Instagram): slapstick-ballerina Parker Kit Hill (@ parkerkithill), who entertains more than 1.2 million followers through his various social media accounts with his audacious sense of movement, comedy and dance; post-transcore it-girl Stevie Triano (@killifishes), who serves Instagram mood (and somehow manages to mix references to Cher a la Moonstruck and Mark Zuckerberg-chic) and walks fashion shows for brands like Vaquera; and Fernando Cerezo III (@fern.ando), the ultra-handsome, Latino firestarter that posts very-sexy selfies, which somehow manifest into poignant statements of art. Photographer Charlotte Rutherford features them in a photographic fantasy and the three share their thoughts on the role Instagram plays in their lives, Donald Trump and fashion, below.

Parker and Fernando

Parker and Stevie

Parker

Fernando

Stevie

Parker

Fernando

Parker

Photography by Charlotte Rutherford LMC Worldwide

Production by Luke Miley for LMC Worldwide

Styling by Sam Bates

Stylist Assistant: Franey Miller

Set Design by James Lear

Makeup by Christopher Ardoff at Art Department

Hair by Juan Carlos Maciques at Opus