Milan fashion week rolls to a close, but before we take our street style coverage to Paris, here’s a final roundup of the last day’s looks. From Chiara Ferragni‘s fuchsia frock dressed down with a hat and creepers, to Zanita Whittington’s primary red trench, there’s plenty to get inspired by. For more street style click here.
When you enter this dark and dingy alleyway, you would never expect to find a sneaker heaven behind one of its big black doors. But there’s always a first for everything, right? Located at The Espionage Atrium, Puma has given birth to its first ever pop-up store in Sydney that will showcase the label’s range of designer collaborations. Sneaker enthusiasts crowded the George Street venue…
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If you weren’t aware that PUMA have some covetable designer collaborations with the likes of Alexander McQueen and Hussein Chalayan on their shelves, then perhaps now is the time to be introduced to them. Available at PUMA’s concept stores, the winter drop includes Chalayan’s brightly hued yoga wear, graphic printed leggings, and cool accessories; while the McQueen ‘Entwine’ running shoes are some of the most…
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One model, from hard and tough to soft and sweet. Inspiration for the latter comes in the form of lace and pastel colours, while the hard-edged looks come down to biker jackets and darker shades. As usual I can’t fault the styling of Zanita, who perfectly moulds model Danica Smith into each persona.
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If you’re expecting the sporty fashion trend to dwindle and peter out, then you’d be right – but not just yet. Spring 2010 is the perfect time to indulge in the comfort and creativity of sporty fabrics and cuts made high-fashion. Here’s another shoot with some sporty style inspiration, featuring model Alyce Crawford.
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