Natasha Poly is fierce for Lui’s latest topless cover

Natasha Poly may have taken a leave of absence to become a mother, but now she’s well and truly back. And fierce. Did we mention sexy? The Russia beauty stars topless on the cover of the latest issue of French men’s mag Lui, photographed by Luigi & Iango. Looking very much the vintage vixen, you can see the uncensored cover after the break.

Vintage-inspired in Milan

If you needed more proof that 1970s fashion is back, you need only look to the street style from the latest shows. In Milan, this ensemble was a prime example: flared pants, a shearling-collared coat and a vintage style scarf, all in a palette of retro, autumnal colours.

Sexy summer: Wildfox want to party like it’s 1999

The idea of a sexy summer seems like an oasis in the midst of winter, and from the likes of Wildfox you can only expect it to be replete with nostalgia, with sunny skies, tongue-in-cheek statements and colours that grow from soft and delicate, to crazy bold. Inspired by the late ’80s and early ‘90s fashion, the Swim Cruise 2015 collection takes cues from what…

Cool hair, Mystic River: River Liana

The highway backhills of Los Angeles create a scene that could be something out of a David Lynch film or a peaceful mystical mountain range, depending on your view; but either way, they work perfectly against the free spirit and wildly coloured hair of model River Liana. In grainy, vintage-looking shots by Andrew Tomayko, Liana wears pieces by label Amilita including their Anita Flores Skirt…

Spell and the Gypsy Collective Sundancer look book

A new dose of bohemian goodness comes from Spell and the Gypsy Collective, in the form of their ‘Sundancer’ lookbook. Featuring pieces from the label’s Holiday 2014 collection, the gorgeous imagery takes muse Rachel Yampolsky to Joshua Tree, California, where deserts stretch beyond cactus gardens, and cowgirl styling feels right at home. Decked out in western boots, prairie dresses and rocker tees, Rachel is the…

Houndstooth with an edge: in Milan

Houndstooth is such a classic print, it can be hard to imagine it away from the boxy office suits and vintage blouses. But with a hint of midriff, a cute hat and a pair of ankle booties to add edge, it can easily transcend to street style territory. In fact, it’s pretty much bang on trend.