When two street style sweethearts get into one frame during fashion week, there’s bound to be double the heels, double the short hemlines, and double the attitude. Amina Muaddi wore gladiator heels and an army-esque ensemble to Denni Elias’ pure white, structured dress.
Making some ripped boyfriend jeans and an oversized faded tee look cool comes down to the wearer. There must be attitude, buckets of it, and maybe even a really covetable pout. That’s exactly what was going on here. And it worked.
I’m not sure how to describe the strange tasselled adornments on Candela Novembre’s vest, but – to my overactive imagination at least – they could equally be googly round eyes curtained by thick cartoon lashes, or black anemones waving their tendrils curiously across a white sea. It’s a top I’d venture to say is downright strange, yet Novembre’s elegant frame, mesh-panelled skirt and dainty black…
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Chevron candy stripes, mary-jane heels and a tie-up cropped shirt – in combination – run the risk of being saccharine. Add in a studded clutch and tough aviator sunglasses, however, and the sweetness is counteracted by just enough spice.
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Here’s a reality that may or may not be unfortunate, depending on your point of view (and your figure type). The delicate, bias-cut, silky slip dress is ethereally phenomenal on the right frame. Yes, it looks best when it skims hip bones and dips across serrated shoulder blades, and for those of us not blessed with those things we just have to accept that it…
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Giotto Calendoli has a way of balancing timelessness with pure photo opportunity. On the street in Milan during men’s week, this outfit of a plain white tee and rolled-up black pants was elevated to new levels of dapperness by way of a straw boater and neckerchief.
Yes, sporty is still happening. Yes, girls are embracing it because – let’s face it – we’re reluctant to let go of the fortuitous circumstance that sneakers are not only acceptable but cool. They’re comfortable, OK? And so, during Milan men’s week, various sporty accessories made their way into the street style rounds. From sun visors to sweat bands to sneakers: at the gallery are…
The more ingrained in fashion sporty chic has become, the more things have become acceptable accompaniments to sneakers. With the slip dress one of fashion’s latest obsessions, it was only destined to become one of those accepted things. But who would have thought that a feminine pink slip and heavy black Nikes could look so cool together?