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The lace-up Roman sandals you need in your life: 12 of the best

Made to look seriously sexy and to feel incredibly comfortable, the lace-up roman sandals build one of the hottest shoe trend of the season, one eager to help you earn sky-high style points and infuse even the simplest of hot-weather outfits with tremendous poise. Stepping into summer is about to be get effortless with either of these gorgeous knee-high silhouettes. Discover the 12 of the…

Weekend style inspiration: shipwrecked babe

When you put together raw edges, sandy neutral tones, tanned skin and lace-up roman sandals, you’re bound to get a pretty stunning result. The only thing left to do is head to the beach and make like a shipwrecked sea-siren babe out of a pulp fiction novel. This weekend we’re taking inspiration from Cameron Russell in the June 2015 issue of Vogue Spain, as shot…

Beauty inspiration: Barbara Palvin in pink

Is there any photo, any moment, when Hungarian model Barbara Palvin is not able to serve as beauty inspiration? If so, we’ve not witnessed it: and her latest shoot for the pages of Australian Vogue serves only as a reminder. With softly smokey eyes and subtle pink lips (done by makeup artist Kellie Stratton) and a tangle of flowing waves (styled by Sophie Roberts), this…

Anna Ewers channels Bardot for Vogue UK

What do you get when you mix the gingham print trend with a bikini and tie-up shirt, and put the whole combination on German blonde bombshell Anna Ewers? This, a cover for Vogue UK that whether deliberately or not channels the original ’60s sex kitten, Brigitte Bardot.

The topless blonde threesome of your dreams: Cara, Suki & Georgia

Looking like a trio of ’60s sex kitten babes is Cara Delevingne, Suki Waterhouse and Georgia May Jagger inside the pages of Vogue UK’s April 2015 issue. The three sport tousled ’60s hair and nothing but some pastel knickers, pink lipstick and furry heels to protect their modesty. The gorgeous styling was captured on film by Mario Testino. Check out the issue’s cover, also featuring…

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