El Grace: free spirited styling on the street

You know style is organic when you ask someone what they’re wearing and they can’t really tell you. Their outfit isn’t an engineered construction but a magpie’s collection of things gifted and loaned and picked up at random markets on travels; things thrown together in such a way that they say something about the person, and they work.

El Grace street style

Such was the case with El Grace, who wore this outfit of a printed maxi-dress from somewhere, and layers of jewellery from around the place. The shot was taken at the New York fashion week Harbison presentation.

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