We’ve all seen those Harvard or Oxford sweaters, but here’s one you probably won’t recognise unless you’re from Melbourne. Julia Nobis did off duty model chic in jeans, a parker, RMIT University hoodie and beanie during Paris fashion week this week.
An oversized, shearling-lined bomber couldn’t be more fitting a wardrobe staple for the autumn / winter season. But while it’s easy to pair it back with dark colours, there’s no reason to avoid colours and prints – as demonstrated by this off duty model snapped after the Just Cavalli show in Milan.
Milan fashion week continues, and on yesterday’s calendar was Just Cavalli’s print-filled array of fall 2014 outfits. The show featured the likes of Nastya Ksuakina, Codie Young, Anastasia Ivanova and Ewa Wladymiruk, all of whom were kind enough to pose for some street style photos post-show. Check out the gallery after the break for some of the off-duty models after Just Cavalli.
The beauty look at the Burberry prorsum autumm 2014 show was subtle and soft: flowing, tousled waves and a just a hint of smokey eyeshadow in an autumnal aubergine hue. Polish beauty Ola Rudnicka posed for this portrait just after the show, looking ethereal with her fair eyebrows.
Who but the off duty models could teach us a better lesson in how to style ripped jeans in ways ranging from sophisticated to grungy to boyish? At the gallery you’ll find a collection of street style looks photographed in New York, featuring models off duty in their varying styles of distressed and torn denims.
When traces of snow scatter the pavement and the temperature refuses to creep above zero, the thought of stepping outside in the ongoing crop top trend doesn’t exactly appeal. But just to prove it can be done (especially practical when you’re running between shows and not choosing to loiter in the cold air) leave it to an off-duty model in New York to provide this…
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