If you couldn’t tell from the abnormal concentration of handbags monogrammed in the letters “LV” to grace the streets, the last day of Paris fashion week was Louis Vuitton day. Leather skirts reigned supreme as the ’70s fashion trend continued to blossom in inspiring ways. Olivia Palermo was rocking flared jeans, Anya Zhirova paired gingham with heels and an aviator, and Ece Sukan kept it…
Aside from the mod silhouettes trending for fall 2014, there are many other equally gorgeous ways to indulge in the retro spirit, many of those borrowing the shape of the classy 1960s inspired bags making for today’s inspiring round-up. Muted, colour blocked or dipped in delicate pastels, this season’s it accessory is delightfully feminine, evocative, yet super-modern. A must for every woman longing for timelessness.…
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Lime green, mod, and ultra-mini: Olivia Palermo shows how retro inspired fashion can work off the runway and on the street. The perfect blow-dry and a pair of oversized sunglasses keep the whole look on the side of pure glamour.
Paris fashion week can’t fizzle out on a low note; of course not. There’s Louis Vuitton kicking off the last day, after all. And so the final day’s street style remains unmissable. From Olivia Palermo’s mod green mini to Ulyana Sergeenko’s leather overalls, you can find 15 of the best street style shots at the gallery.
As the fall / winter seasons set in, it's outerwear that becomes the most defining part of your wardrobe. From the cosiest coats to the coolest jackets, here are the styles that are on-trend in 2014-15.
If you recall the Burberry Prorsum autumn 2014 show, you’ll remember it closing with a procession of heavy plaid blanket capes, each embroidered with the initials of the model wearing it. As for how to rock said ponchos in everyday life, look no further than Olivia Palermo for inspiration. A pair of thigh high boots, shorts and a blouse are all you need.
The right hair is everything, isn’t it? Sure, Olivia Palermo‘s clashing print situation of strange amoeba-like florals and painterly spots makes for a unique take on monochrome dressing. And her dainty shoes add more than a little grace to what could – black blazer considered – end up looking like office-wear… But the flowing waves falling over dark sunglasses are what really scream socialite.
What constitutes a great street style look depends upon the occasion, the wearer, the weather… Sometimes it comes down to attitude or uniqueness or effortless elegance. From boyish culottes and ripped boyfriend jeans to polished tailored jacket and thigh high boots, Paris – as always – had plenty to offer. At the gallery, in no particular order, 20 of the strongest looks spotted on the…
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In another realm to Milan’s wearable polish and London’s eclectic charm is the street style selection in Paris during fashion week. This is where the voice of high fashion has the chance to be heard, where the runway fashion trends become reality. Still focusing on those looks that translate into everyday life, that you can take styling inspiration from whichever city you happen to dwell…
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Keeping it in balance: Olivia Palermo kept shirt and shoes matching in black-on-white spot print, while her crisp white skirt stayed print-free. For a touch of colour? Reflective on trend sunglasses and an orange and white clutch.