Why not steal a few styling ideas from favourite off-duty models? Looking cool, effortless and inventive is all in the little details. Here are 7 styling secrets you can use as your own.
You're about to head out the door, but something is just missing. You need that one little quick beauty fix to amp up your look. In need of ideas? Here are 9 quick beauty fixes that are sure to raise your sex appeal level to new heights.
Sans crazy couture hair but still with shimmering purple eye-makeup, Frida Gustavsson stands tall above the crowd while searching for her ride to the next show. Bright blue and white stripes and a tough leather jacket never felt more at home together than in this off-duty outfit.
Amanda Seyfried is stunning on the July 2013 issue of Harper’s Bazaar Korea. Amanda sure looks a captivating cover girl with her draped in a sexy red lace dress with a matching vibrant red lips to complete a romantic look.
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One hairstyle that has an interesting history is the bob. Over the centuries, it’s been very common for women to have long hair but even before the first world war, some women were already taking the fashionable risk of wearing their hair short. Bobs were already worn by actresses in the 1920s but it wasn’t until the 1960s that they became even more popular and…
Judging by her off-duty model looks, Frida Gustavsson has always had a sense of style that’s sophisticated beyond her years. In this downtime between shows in Paris, she had all the classic yet casual glamour of Katharine Hepburn circa The African Queen, right down to the side parted waves and safari-style jacket.
If you were wondering just how many of spring 2013’s biggest fashion trends would work with 60s inspired blue eye makeup and bobbed hair, then here’s your answer in the adorable form of Frida Gustavsson. Modelling for Neiman Marcus’ spring catalogue, Gustavsson covers off on various vintage inspired feminine styles from bright hued mini dresses to printed kaftans to tailored monochrome ensembles.
Though personally I think it could have done without the red leather jacket, a wall of giant paper flowers was always going to make this Elle Sweden cover look good. Swedish model Frida Gustavsson fittingly stars as photographed by Carl Bengtsson.
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Clean lines, cute colours, and a pristine representation of the wholesome side of 1950s fashion: the spring 2013 campaign from Siviglia – starring Frida Gustavsson & Tobias Sorensen – has all the makings of a perfect vintage romance. Between Gustavsson’s blonde bob, the immaculate styling, and vintage convertible atop a hillside, it could easily be a modern interpretation of Hitckchock’s To Catch A Thief.