Models may be living out of a suitcase during fashion week - but that doesn't stop them from being the perfect street style inspiration. Here are 9 cool model looks we loved from fall 2015.
Sasha Luss gives us a lesson in how to chic up a denim dress, Chiara Ferragni in overalls shows how to do print-on-print…on-print, and Tina Leung rocks one of the coolest interpretations of masculine-feminine dressing we’ve seen in a long time. In other words, here are 27 street style photos from day 5 of Paris fashion week that you really need to see. Check them…
“More issues than Vogue”, declares one show-goer’s slogan sweater, proudly. Elsewhere on day 8 of New York fashion week, fur – whether real or faux – came out en masse to combat the cold. It was in full coats, in accents and accessories, from Chiara Ferragni to Sasha Luss. At the gallery, 22 street style photos from day 8 of New York.
Want to get into the retro spirit but not sure where to start? Then seek out these 9 key pieces, and you'll have the foundations of every '70s-inspired look you'll want to rock right now.
“Sometimes to show a bit of fashion is even more sexy than to be totally naked,” says Carine Roitfeld in her alluring French accent. And she’s right: in the Pirelli 2015 calendar – which she styled – the retro pinup meets modern fetish outfits do contribute volumes to the sensuality of the finished product. This behind-the-scenes look a the Steven Miesel shot calendar gives you…
Free People’s August 2014 collection has been previewed and Fashionising.com has each of the key looks for you.
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Oh, the Pirelli calendar. How many people in the world know more of the beautiful, semi-naked models and famed photographers that are drawn together annually than they do about the fact that Pirelli makes tires? The calendar is an event upon itself, and 2015 brings a fetish themed star-studded set of images photographed by Steven Meisel, and styled by Carine Roitfeld. Photos from the calendar…
Teetering (pun intended) between completely innocuous and mildly NSFW is Sasha Luss‘ latest cover for Numero. Topless covers aren’t exactly uncommon, but Luss’ subtle hint of skin coupled with glowing flowers and pastel fur coat makes for a particularly beautiful example. Full cover after the break.
Simply dressed, looking soft and sweet – Sasha Luss existed the Dolce & Gabbana show in Milan in an oversized sweater and skinny leather pants, bundled effortlessly in a printed scarf. She was still wearing the show’s soft chignon and classic makeup.
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