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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 Fashionising.com, where she serves as the publication's Editor.

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Urban Zorro: off duty in Paris

Someone once left me a comment on a photo of this outfit that simply said: Flyest. Zorro. Ever. It stuck with me because, it’s face it, that’s a pretty cool compliment. That’s the power of a black sombrero cordobés; a wide-brimmed, Spanish style hat. The one worn by this model has the creased crown of a fedora and a chain band that makes it feel…

Dressing up for your own American Hustle

Film leaves it’s imprint across fashion just as fashion makes its mark on film. And since the costuming was arguably one of the best things about last year’s American Hustle, how could it not get just a few people obsessing about the plunging necklines and oversized sunglasses that were such a hallmark of the 1970s? Daniela Rettore‘s editorial Back to Seventies – photographed for the…
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore

Wet, black and edgy: in Paris

An all-black outfit benefits from a mix of textures: sheer layered under opaque in layers of varying lengths, in this case. This off-duty model’s edgy wet look hairstyle added extra attitude. She was photographed during Paris couture week.

9 of the best sporty bombers for spring

There’s nothing quite so satisfying as indulging in a little sporty fashion as the spring / summer 2014 fashion trends really roll around. Comfortable, chic, cool and light, the sporty bomber is one element of the trend that will easily become every cool girl’s wardrobe staple. Options abound in everything from delicate sheer organza to micro-mesh, embroidery to bold prints. Here are 9 top picks…

Lindsey Wixson after Chanel Couture

Lindsey Wixson has a kind of cuteness that shines through regardless of what she’s wearing. A high ponytail bouncing atop her head and the winged liner from the Chanel couture show gave something extra to her simple winter outfit of a classic navy coat and maroon skinny jeans when these shots were taken in Paris.

Channeling the sixties housewife

In the realm of fashion, an era becomes defined by many things: colours, silhouettes, prints, even the demeanour in which all of those things are carried. Channeling the styles of the 1960s is this shoot by Luca Meneghel titled Housewife: the epitome of the slender, elegant mod woman who spends her days tending her retro-decor home.
Housewife by Luca Meneghel
Housewife by Luca Meneghel
Housewife by Luca Meneghel
Housewife by Luca Meneghel
Housewife by Luca Meneghel
Housewife by Luca Meneghel
Housewife by Luca Meneghel

The jumpsuit & Joana

Some vintage finds are so good they need little else to turn them into a fully-blown, fashion week-ready outfit. A slinky navy blue jumpsuit with a deep plunging neckline is one of them. Joana simply added a geometric necklace by Mr Nicos and a perfect shade of red lipstick to hers during ModaLisboa.

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