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Orange hair, orange robe: at ModaLisboa

Outside the backstage entrance at ModaLisboa, this red-haired off duty model was getting a breath of fresh air in an officially supplied, vibrant orange and red robe. If ever there was any doubt that such a colour palette could work magnificently against natural copper hair tones, they were instantly dispelled.

Simply gorgeous Malaika Firth

Kenyan-born British model Malaika Firth just has those legs. So between an unfussy long line sweater and a pair of wedged Nike sneakers, you could only say she was looking simply gorgeous.

Men’s essentials: what to wear on a casual Friday

To feel comfortable while looking fashionable is what truly makes a casual Friday look reach perfect status. The rest lies in the details. Equal parts cool and smart, make this kind of laid-back outfit stand out with a cool print, a statement knit, or a dashing pair of sunnies. Mix and match the best of fall 2014’s fashion trends and get the look, after the…

Sporty, the Abbey Lee Kershaw way

Blending grunge with sporty-chic, the Abbey Lee Kershaw way. We don’t see so much of her these days, but Australian model Abbey Lee is still rocking her distinct style: in New York it was an Adidas sports bra with black pants, boots, and a crucifix necklace.

Hotpants + boots: things best left to models?

I’d love to sit here and tell you that absolutely anyone can pull off a tiny pair of denim hotpants worn in tandem with thigh high boots. But some combinations are better left grounded in reality, and that reality happens to be that this look is best left to long, toned, modelesque legs. By all means, if you feel game to try it, why not.…

Boy off duty: in Lisbon

With a large proportion of menswear shows, ModaLisboa had no shortage of male models calmly waiting, at any given time, for their next call. Gonçalo Pinto (@ We Are Models) was sitting outside relaxing between shows.

15 outfits from Lisbon: street style roundup

ModaLisboa is as relaxed as the city it takes place in. Far removed from the madding crowds and breathless anticipation of the “big four” fashion weeks, it takes over a small corner of Lisbon with minimal fanfare and a chilled-out vibe that only the Portuguese can seem to truly master. The street style, for the most part, is reflective. From show attendees to off duty…

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