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Top 20 street style looks from Paris

In another realm to Milan’s wearable polish and London’s eclectic charm is the street style selection in Paris during fashion week. This is where the voice of high fashion has the chance to be heard, where the runway fashion trends become reality. Still focusing on those looks that translate into everyday life, that you can take styling inspiration from whichever city you happen to dwell…

Street style moments from Prada

Quirky clutches, smartly dressed gents, push-bike arrivals and outfits in which a bejewelled crucifix is the only thing holding it all together. And then there’s Anna Dello Russo wearing gold leather like no-one else could. Just a few moments captured outside yesterday’s Prada spring 2014 show.

Anna Dello Russo tuxedos up

Anna Dello Russo is capable of many things: hot pink feminine frocks to golden gladiator boots, sheer lace to androgynous suits. At yesterday’s Gucci show in Milan, she wore a white custom Gucci tuxedo, paired with thick-rimmed glasses for full thematic effect.

The best women’s street style looks from Milan

The menswear component of Milan fashion week may be a feast of well-dressed men, but let’s not fool ourselves: where there’s a gorgeous woman in an impeccable outfit – whether during men’s week or not – she’ll always turn heads. And so the female attendees from the recent Milan men’s spring 2013 shows garnered plenty of attention. From the androgynous to the ultra-feminine, from sporty…

Anna Dello Russo, couture gladiator

If a designer ripples the fashion world (for a season at least) with a true statement accessory, you can bet with some confidence it will end up spotted on Anna Dello Russo. Like Tom Ford’s golden gladiator heels, which Dello Russo paired with a Lanvin dress during Couture week.

Anna Dell Russo: feathered and fuchsia

Some pieces are just made for Anna Dello Russo – like a piece that’s fuchsia and feathered and both a skirt and shorts at the same time. She wore this piece yesterday during Milan fashion week causing us to ponder the value of a great tan against a bright colour.

Naked but not

“Oh, it’s meant to be over the top,” we reassure our friends when they look upon a catwalk with bewilderment. So much of the fashion that hits catwalks is described as ‘wearable art’, made only to fill the wardrobes of the likes of Anna Dello Russo. But what happens when a piece really is wearable art? What happens when the echo of Helmut Newton’s voyeuristic…
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