Flynn Skye: effortless spring sensuality

Flynn Skye’s latest spring looks have such an effortless sensuality, it’s hard not to fall in love. The silhouettes flow from the body, at times grazing against a 1990s vibe, others feeling more minimalist. From backless camisoles to thigh-baring slit maxi dresses, the pieces are the kind that don’t need complex styling to be completely sexy for spring.

Hair tip of the day: Nineties textured twists & plaits

Give a minimal spring dress a 1990s twist with a pair of casual-sporty sneakers, layers of colourful jewellery and – most importantly – a messy hairstyle filled with twists and braids. Texture is key, especially if you want to keep the style in place without use of hair elastics or pins. Use a volumising mousse or sea-salt spray, dry the product into the hair and…

Arizona Muse rocks black lace & minimal make-up: in Paris

If you still have no idea of what you’ll wear once winter will be gone for good, we have a feeling that a black lace dress will make it on your list of things to absolutely try this spring. Arizona Muse may be at fault for the sudden surge of inspiration, rocking the ladylike frock with utmost effortlessness. A messy ponytail and minimal make-up help…

No ordinary black & white: edging up the classic combo in New York

While some could argue that a black-and-white ensemble is hardly revolutionary, if spotted in New York, and during fashion week, chances are the achromatic look is by no means ordinary either. Steal from the street-style savvy, and edge up the classic combo with a cropped biker jacket, block leather heels and a statement skirt – minimal but adorned with subtle, sculptural pleats.

Beauty tip of the day: metallic foil lids

Say you want to up the shine factor but you’re not that into glitter, yet you do want to make your eyes pop in a cool, unexpected way. What do you do? You borrow inspiration from the runway, Holly Fulton more precisely, and go for statement metallic foil lids. The look? Flawless base, contoured cheeks, bold brows and a dash of silver on the lids,…

Daytime sheer a la Jessica Hart

Long sleeves. High neck. Black leather accessories. Too covered-up? Not if you’re Jessica Hart and you choose to go completely transparent on bottom. The blonde siren’s Parisian take on daytime sheer balances out the leggy look’s insane amounts of sex-appeal with plenty of femininity by why of white lacy embroideries and knee grazing lengths. The minimal make-up, natural hair and full coverage on top help…

Shapeshifters: the ever changing game of fashion

It’s about style and it’s about personality, it speaks through attitude and it delivers through craftsmanship, it alters with time and it bears countless shapes: as the definition of fashion evolves, so does its ever changing signature silhouette. Statement-making, androgynous, and showcasing a deceiving simplicity, the range of silhouettes highlighted in Cesar Ochoa‘s editorial make it easy to switch roles and personalities. Masculine to minimal,…
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Title: Shapeshifters
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Title: Shapeshifters
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Title: Shapeshifters
Title: Shapeshifters

Street style: 36 top looks from Paris, day 6

Bold floral prints. Feathers and furs. Minimal tailoring. Chiara Ferragni’s crop top and thick black choker. Caroline Brasch Nielsen’s embroidered coat. Snakeskin boots and slip dresses and the uniqueness that is Anna Dello Russo. You’ll find all that and more in our roundup of street style from Paris, day 6.