It’s sort of a given that the streets during Paris men’s fashion week will be filled with slender tall boys in t-shirts and hoodies – boys who manage to stand out for their beauty despite their simple choices in clothing. None the less, some male models go a little bit above and beyond in terms of their off duty street style, opting for cool ripped…
This is easily one of the ways sportswear as fashion has manifested for men: cross easy tanks and jersey mesh tees with slogans and numbering and you have a casual wardrobe staple that’s clearly a favourite with the off-duty model crowd. These male model street style looks were snapped in Milan.
A classic white shirt is a wardrobe staple for pretty much everyone, but for those with very pale complexions it can take an extra something – a lick of bright red lipstick, the right accessories – to make it truly work wonders. For those blessed with skin like dark chocolate, no such issues of contrast exist. There’s no overstating the brilliance of white on dark…
Smokey eyes, coral lips, cigarette, scooter. Russian beauty Kate Bogucharskaia can look a femme fatale even with a helmet covering her head and a bundle of winter jackets swathing her torso. These shots were taken some time during Paris fashion week.
Glitter and cat-eye liner: it’s a power-packing combination that came together in Chanel’s sparkling eye makeup look from the fashion house’s most recent couture show. If you thought it would only work with airy whites and pastels, here’s another off-duty model sporting the makeup post show. Doesn’t it work oddly well with the wintery, furry brown jacket and knit scarf? It’s all a bit snow…
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It’s a combination you’ll spot on many an off duty model come winter, and with good reason: it’s easy to throw on, and practical to travel around the world with. The uniform: a pair of skinny jeans, flat boots, and an army jacket.
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This little detail caught my eye: the anchor tattoo, originally a symbol for seafarers and sailors, now a traditional marking availing itself to anyone with the attitude to wear it. This off duty model was wearing layers of all black and long, wet-look hair, the tattoo matching her look. You can see the full outfit here.
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Playing down a crop top – especially a tight one – is not necessarily as difficult as you may think. This off duty model had it down to an effortless, army-inspired art in New York: simply throw over an oversized, faded shirt.
“Off duty model” is as much an attitude as a situational status. As least you can easily believe as much when looking at models like Svea Berlie who marry effortless cool with a model physique. Way to give a cropped shirt and denim cut-offs a bohemian edge: plenty of jewellery, headphones, and a long-linen cardigan worn off the shoulders.
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