Seeing double. Hanneli Mustaparta sporting the must-have midi. One with just the right amount of volume and a hint of sheer panelling to add edge to an otherwise lady-like piece.
Orange, patterns, shapes and accessories. Experiment, clash and have fun with expressing your unique style.
Elena Perminova and her enviable pins.
Simply chic, androgynous and effortless all at the same time.
Spot the difference …
The fringe obsession continues on the streets of Paris Fashion Week. Incorporated with worn out denim and a white tee (both staples in any woman’s wardrobe) – this is the perfect example of how to include this ever growing trend into your casual day to day street wear.
Proof of how versatile the LBD really is. Paired with brogues and a coat, this look is classic yet edgy and definitely worthy of street style chic status.
We all look like this on a Sunday afternoon doing the grocery shopping for the week … right ?
Giovanna Battaglia turning heads with a play on pastels.
The midi length reappears. Whether it be a pencil skirt, a midi length dress, a calf grazing cardi … the length is here to stay.
Every. Single. Outfit.
Natalia Vodianova shows how to work the varsity trend into weekend wear.
Shades of red, complementing lengths and pleats in all the right places.
Acne Studios on the streets of Paris Fashion Week.
It’s never hard to draw inspiration from the outfits Olivia Palermo sports on the international sidewalks. Her fashion week looks over the month have been stella. Her eye for style and attention to the finer detail in every outfit means the end result is feminine chic with an edge and right on trend.
Miroslava Duma is vibrant in striking blue.
Shredded, ripped and cuffed. The perfect weekend denim.
Arm in arm, pattern against pattern, colour on colour. France never fails to impress in the fashion stakes.