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.
When two street style sweethearts get into one frame during fashion week, there’s bound to be double the heels, double the short hemlines, and double the attitude. Amina Muaddi wore gladiator heels and an army-esque ensemble to Denni Elias’ pure white, structured dress.
There’s a word for Shané van der Westhuizen bounding topless and carefree across a beach, and that word is ugh. Perhaps not so much a word as a sound, to be relied upon where all real words fail – exhaled more than spoken, half in acknowledgement and half in resignation. Starring in Zulu & Zephyr’s spring 2014 campaign, van der Westhuizen is all perfect proportions,…
Yes, sporty is still happening. Yes, girls are embracing it because – let’s face it – we’re reluctant to let go of the fortuitous circumstance that sneakers are not only acceptable but cool. They’re comfortable, OK? And so, during Milan men’s week, various sporty accessories made their way into the street style rounds. From sun visors to sweat bands to sneakers: at the gallery are…
Giotto Calendoli has a way of balancing timelessness with pure photo opportunity. On the street in Milan during men’s week, this outfit of a plain white tee and rolled-up black pants was elevated to new levels of dapperness by way of a straw boater and neckerchief.
She whom we don’t see nearly enough of – the blue eyed, perfect-skinned, honey-haired Anna Selezneva – gets her boho on for a new look book by emerging label Tularosa. The LA-based label has a wanderer’s soul; a modern bohemian aesthetic that manifests in clean white dresses, paisley jumpsuits, peasant blouses and fringed jackets.
Switching the order of things, V Magazine’s 90th issue puts more skin on the cover than in the pages. At least, that’s true of Emily DiDonato and Sean O’Pry’s cover and shoot together, which is nonetheless sexy regardless of whether there’s nipple to be seen. You can see the cover – which was shot by Mario Testino – after the break.
In a bid to milk every drop out of the seemingly never-ending sportswear obsession, fashion has pilfered from every sport possible. Baseball has not been exempt. This street style look featured a Red Sox baseball jersey casually yet somehow quite neatly paired with white ripped jeans and red lipstick.
I don’t think I need to explain why it’s so mesmerising to watch Cara Delevingne lip-syncing to LL Cool J’s “It’s Hard to Control Myself” while writhing on a bed of UFO candy. Actually, I’m not even sure I could. Suffice to say, it is. Watch the video after the break.