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Some people's wardrobes are about a small selection of pieces that all fit within one aesthetic - Tania Braukamper isn't such a person. With a wardrobe that spans three different rooms, her approach to fashion is a mixture of current-season key pieces mixed with vintage finds she's sourced on innumerous shopping trips around the world's more cultured capitals. Despite a disparate approach to shopping, Tania is adamant that the key to mixing vintage with new season is to stick to key looks and colours that work for oneself. And it's a theory that she works into her writing for, where she serves as the publication's Editor.

Tania Braukamper


Frida Gustavsson & the silk pyjama

After gracing on of the couture week runways, Swedish beauty Frida Gustavsson kept it cool and simple in jeans and flats. The thing to elevate the outfit to something photo-worthy? A silk pyjama jacket and messy topknot.

Off-duty plaid in Paris

There was a time when tartan prints and sheer fabrics never crossed paths, but that time is long gone. Now, plaids can find their way onto anything. The print and oversized cut lend this shirt-dress a grunge feel, especially when worn with heavy black flats.

Josephine Skriver’s exotic adventure for Kookai is worth indulging in

An Australian brand, a Danish model, and a Turkish cityscape: combine these three things and you’ve got yourself a winning combination that’s as beautiful as it is exotic. Modelling colourful playsuits, lace dresses and full printed skirts, Skriver stars alongside Talia Richmond in the spring 2016 campaign of the brand.
Kookai S/S '16 campaign
Kookai S/S '16 campaign
Kookai S/S '16 campaign
Kookai S/S '16 campaign
Kookai S/S '16 campaign
Kookai S/S '16 campaign
Kookai S/S '16 campaign
Kookai S/S '16 campaign

A simple, cool menswear look you can easily recreate

Some guys fear that dressing stylishly means having to go over the top. Menswear editor and permanent fixture of the fashion week scene, Simone Marchetti, knows full well that’s not the case. This street style look photographed in Paris proves all: simple and clean, all you need to replicate it is a cool printed tee and a sharp black suit.

Beauty inspiration: pretty punk with Eniko Mihalik

A choppy fringed bob framing her delicate features, Eniko Mihalik looks a picture of pretty-punk perfection for the latest issue of Manifesto magazine. More than anything is the makeup worth replicating: pastel pink lips and cheeks have an ’80s-infused softness against a smokey eye with silver shimmer. The beauty look was created by Mark Edio, the hair by Charlie Taylor, while Anna Katsanis was responsible…

Chaser has that L.A vibe for summer

That unmistakable L.A vibe permeates the latest imagery from Chaser label in their summer 2015 offering. Cute slogan tees and tanks are styled with relaxed silhouettes and tie-dye prints for a bohemian spirited collection.

Crystal Renn: all black with plenty of attitude

Sometimes there’s more to an outfit than just the clothes that comprise it. Crystal Renn rocks an all-black look in a cool way, by showing a peep of midriff and adding some unique accessories like round glasses and a spike ear cuff. But the not-as-easy-to-replicate element is her attitude, which makes the whole look extra street style worthy.

Beauty inspiration from a nude Mica Arganaraz (NSFW)

Dark-eyed Argentinian beauty Mica Arganaraz may not be wearing a single item of clothing, but that doesn’t mean it’s not fashion. It’s all about the beauty in this particular shot from the August 2015 issue of Vogue Germany. Smokey eyemakeup dusted with a hint of shimmer give drama to Arganaraz’s face, while her full lips need no assistance at all. An effortless pixie crop adds…

Barbara Martelo & the Chanel mini

Barbara Martelo is one of those street style mainstays that never deviates too far from her signature style. And why would she? It compliments here perfectly. On her way to the Chanel couture show in Paris, she was snapped wearing this teeny tiny boucle tweed mini skirt and pair of strappy heels, pared back by way of a simple black tee.