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.
Some participants of Milan fashion week, day 3, were going all out in army green lace or sheer black slips or, in Anna Dello Russo’s case, emerald green silk. Others played it low key in sneakers or jeans and sweatshirts. That’s the beauty of current fashion trends: they truly span the full spectrum. Resulting in plenty of inspiring looks, yesterday’s street style roundup can be…
There was no shortage of colour at day 2 of Milan fashion week, from bold primary brights to delicious, delicate pastels. At the same time, these 23 outfits proved that texture can also go miles to making up a look, be it a fluffy mohair sweater, a textured mesh, or a cosy faux-fur accent. At the gallery, yesterday’s best street style from Milan.
Free People bring their boho aesthetic to the newly released March megalog. Yes, a megalog is a thing, and this is just part of theirs introducing spring 2015 goodies. Sigrid Agren stars as the protagonist of “Washed Ashore”, which is a story of denims and fringing and billowy whites.
Milan fashion week only just kicked off yesterday, and already its upping the street style game. Hats and statement bags were the accessories of choice to take an already well-planned outfit up a notch, while Valentina Siragusa was winning in the shoe department with strappy gladiators that were a little more day-appropriate than Anna Dello Russo’s glittery retro platforms. As for the rest, you’ll have…
The off duty models were bringing that grungy London edge to the streets on day 5 of the city’s fashion week, while for the show attendees things were a little more polished in sophisticated denims, fringed skirts, and overcoats in soft winter pastels. At the gallery, both models and guests in 16 street style photos from London, day 5.
The front row of the Burberry Prorsum autumn 2015 show was a star-studded one, to say the least. Academy Award-nominated actress Maggie Gyllenhaal rubbed shoulders with the fashion crowd, including industry icons Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. Singers Sam Smith and Paloma Faith represented the music crowd, while models of the moment including Cara Delevingne, Jourdan Dunn and Lily Donaldson effortlessly rocked their Burberry thigh…
Natasha Poly may have taken a leave of absence to become a mother, but now she’s well and truly back. And fierce. Did we mention sexy? The Russia beauty stars topless on the cover of the latest issue of French men’s mag Lui, photographed by Luigi & Iango. Looking very much the vintage vixen, you can see the uncensored cover after the break.
Are we over thigh high boots yet? The answer is a short and definitive no. They’re still one of the hottest yet most practical ways to get through those cold days and colder nights. Cara Delevingne wore this folk-inspired suede Burberry pair to the brand’s autumn / winter 2015 show yesterday.
The fourth day of London fashion week brought one of the biggest shows to the calendar: Burberry Prorsum. Guests were cheerful and stylish despite the chilly weather. You can see 19 looks from the day at the gallery. See all the street style coverage at that link.