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.
While many an off duty model will gravitate towards the practicality of a casual-cool, slightly grungy ensemble, there are those who opt for something smart and tailored. That’s not to say one style is more valuable than the other: both offer up plenty of styling inspiration. This outfit of buttoned up shirt and tailored blazer was kept from the bounds of corporate attire by the…
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Beautiful German model Anna Ewers – one of the stars of the 2015 Pirelli Calendar – knows how to rock a school girl skirt with maximum attitude. She wore this pleated grey skirt with a navy leather top while off duty in New York.
Super bold lashes with a mod '60s twist make any beauty look that much more doe-eyed and doll-like. Get out your mascara, because with these Twiggy-inspired lashes, you're going to need it! Here's how to wear the trend now and into 2015.
The life of a model is calms and storms: lots of hectic rushing around from show to show, being ushered into hair and makeup and rendered a whirlwind of moving outfit changes, and then – waiting. This shot of two models was photographed at ModaLisboa spring 2015.
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Looking at their faces, you’d think there was a rival gang of neo-Teddy Boy tough guys waiting at the other side of the road. But there’s no gang fights about to happen here, it’s just a bunch of male off duty models with rolled-up sleeves, classic wayfarers and biker jackets crossing a New York street.
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There’s no denying that there’s just something gorgeous about ultra-long hair, especially when it’s healthy and natural in colour. It makes you think of fairytales – of Lady Godiva on her horse, naked but for her long tresses; of Rapunzel making a ladder of her impossibly long braid. This off duty model in Milan had exactly that kind of hair, glowing like a halo in…
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Fashion that pokes fun of consumerist culture has no greater proponent right now than Jeremy Scott. He was behind this bright and baggy Cheetos t-shirt from Moschino, as rocked by Portuguese off duty model Luis Borges.