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 Fashionising.com, where she serves as the publication's Editor.
Elena Perminova knows a thing or two about balancing warm clothing and bare skin for the right degree of autumnal sex appeal. Her Chloe outfit of a lace slip and cosy grey cape was paired with bare thighs and knee-high boots when she attended the fashion house’s show in Paris.
Heels unsettling the white dust of the Tuileries pathways, maxi-dresses sweeping the ground; perfect hair thankful for quiet winds and bared arms thankful for a little sun. Day 5 of Paris fashion week brought yet more covetable outfits out into the open and in front of the street style photographer lenses. At the gallery, 25 awesome outfits from yesterday in Paris.
Never one to forgo a perfectly placed accessory, Chiara Ferragni paired her matching striped skirt and long-line cardigan with just the right things: a wide-brimmed black hat and a pair of western boots, both adding a hint of cowgirl style to the ensemble.
Elena Perminova was rocking shades of grey, Ece Sukan a very ’70s inspired striped pantsuit in shades of retro brown. Caroline Issa paired sequins with pastels while blogger Evangelie Smyrniotaki opted for over-the-knee boots and denim. It was style inspiration overload for day 4 of Paris fashion week, and at the gallery you’ll find 21 of the best outfits. For all our street style coverage…
Models in thigh-high boots and bare midriffs, editors in sparkling Balmain and bloggers in cosy coats: it’s all part of the round-up of Paris fashion week day 3. Check out 27 of the best looks from the street at the gallery after the break. For more street style click here.
A bold colour contrast of fluoro orange and light blue, a twirl-worthy skirt, and a cheeky cut-away: this girly dress has all the hallmarks of one that draws the eye. No real accessorising needed, being a statement in itself; but a cute bag with the word “HAPPY” certainly doesn’t hurt either. The outfit was worn by blogger Angelica Ardasheva in Milan.
Rock’n’roll sex appeal met sophisticated glamour on the spring 2016 runway of Thomas Wylde. Chain-dripped leather rebelled against crisp tailoring and fluid silk georgette. Smokey eyes and bedhair were uniformly applied backstage, turning every model into an attitude-laden Goddess. Best of all was the carefully measured balance between sweetness and sex-appeal: whoever said dainty Swarovski crystals and hip-hugging leather minis couldn’t be in the same…
Reflecting Mugler’s recent obsession with all things black, white, and sexy (see: Mugler resort 2016) was blogger Kristina Bazan. Wearing a full outfit from the brand, she was a perfect example of black and white done right, with just the right amount of thigh high boot showing beneath a high slit skirt.
The prints come out and the heels come on, for Paris fashion week is in full swing. From feminine frock-coats to masculine tie-and-shirt ensembles, culottes to retro flares, here are 21 ultra-chic looks from the second day of the Paris shows. For more street style click here.
How do you mix a 1970s sense of bohemian romance with pure contemporary polish? Just ask Eleonora Carisi. The answer involves a sweeping maxidress in luxurious fabric and a fitted cut, a pair of strappy heels, and some chic on-trend sunglasses.