Stylespiration: ethnic eclectic

After some inspiration on eclectic dressing? Then Meghan Collison‘s recent pictorial for Harper’s Bazaar UK is more than worth perusing. With a worldly focus, Vanessa Coyle‘s styling sees Meghan don layers of colour and print, from tartan to animal print. But as with any successful bohemian-eclectic look, the key is texture: embroidery, fur, shearling and textured knits help make an outfit a rich, tactile tapestry.

Meghan Collison: Harper's Bazaar UK November 2010

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Meghan Collison: Harper's Bazaar UK November 2010
Meghan Collison: Harper's Bazaar UK November 2010
Meghan Collison: Harper's Bazaar UK November 2010
Meghan Collison: Harper's Bazaar UK November 2010
Meghan Collison: Harper's Bazaar UK November 2010
Meghan Collison: Harper's Bazaar UK November 2010
Meghan Collison: Harper's Bazaar UK November 2010
Meghan Collison: Harper's Bazaar UK November 2010
Meghan Collison: Harper's Bazaar UK November 2010

A World Away was photographed by Norbert Schoerner. View more at the gallery below.

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