Paris fashion week will soon be drawing to a close… but not before we collect another round-up or two of the stylish outfits on the streets. Yesterday’s street style spanned casual (a la Elena Perminova’s skinny jeans, flats and oversized biker jacket) to the ultra-glamorous (see Ulyana Sergeenko’s red mini dress exploding with floral appliqué). At the gallery: 9 outfits from day 7 of Paris.
Dolce & Gabbana day always brings something a little bit special to the streets of Milan. The circus outside can be chaotic, but the resulting street style photos are always a treat – like Kristina Bazan’s key-print dress and jewelled headband. Elsewhere in Milan for the day, we saw masculine-inspired cropped culottes, chic monochromes and bold prints. See 10 of the best street style looks…
There’s no reason to think that your skirt has to end before your thigh high boots begin. A skirt slit at the back revealing a hint of thigh can be just as effective, as Ece Sukan demonstrated with this striking snakeskin pair.
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A more sophisticated way of doing sporty chic is rarely seen: Ece Sukan simply got it right with this one. A backwards glance in New York reveals a slouchy Adidas sports jersey atop a slick pencil skirt and classic black stilettos. 10 points for effortlessness.
The street style situation at Paris Haute Couture week for spring 2014 was a little on the subdued side. The days were a bit grey, the weather was chilly but without the magic of snow. But warm coats, wool man-style suits, and outfits of head-to-toe black aren't necessarily a bad thing. While we all love seeing fashion as fantasy, these 10 street style looks are more the wearable - meaning you can easily take inspiration from their styling when the weather is cold outside your own door. At the gallery: 10 top street style looks that caught our eye in Paris.
With a flapper revival you can anticipate an influx of editorials that channel the 1920s silver screen starlet. Going one step further is Phil Poynter for Vogue Turkey, taking the theme literally and creating both the starlets and their film set. Here the mens’ fashion is as captivating as the womens’, although deliberately played down in vibrance to ensure the spotlight shines on Ranya Mordanova…
Fashion from the turn of the 20th century might seem very far removed from the hippy era of the 1970s… but, that’s only if you discount the influence of Art Nouveau artists like Alphonse Mucha on the latter era. This shoot starring Malgosia Bela crosses between the two. The title is Bohem Rapsodi, and while the style references hint to the 70s in many regards,…
It’s one of the fashion trends that simply isn’t. Animal print refuses to go anywhere. It refuses to disappear. It refuses to wane. Time and time again it evolves, applying itself to whatever new cut is taking fashionisers’ fancy. And here it is again, applying itself to a pair of statement shorts, readying itself to sit amongst fashion trends in 2011.
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