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Street Style, Paris: 21 shots from outside the last day of fashion week

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Street Style Paris Fashion Week Fall 2014

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With the Fall 2014 shows wrapping up yesterday in Paris, the international circuit has come to a close. On an especially sunny last day of fashion week, editors and patrons showed that a little bling can go a long way. Miroslava Duma chose an oversized oval belt buckle, large even by Texan standards, to jazz up a burgundy asymmetrical trench. Franca Sozzani’s camel coloured ostrich jacket given some refined glitz thanks to a horse-bit inspired belt. Caroline Issa chose not to compete with the bright hue of her orange suede jacket, letting the high-shine metallic zipper be the only accent. Giovanna Battaglia opted for a demure pistachio green cape and grey turtleneck, giving her sparkly studded heels top a place in the lime light—a hint of punk done in an age appropriate manner. Just wait until you see one show goer’s embroidered and fringed bomber jacket—plenty of understated sparkle is made daytime appropriate thanks to a periwinkle blue dress and demure heels. Proving that metallic and shiny accents aren’t just for the ladies, James Goldstein chose to elevate a head to toe leather ensemble with some gold swan embellishment. You’re never too old to rock out in leather on leather.
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Street Style, Paris: 21 shots of Chanel swag, motorcycle garb and laser cuts outside fashion week

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Street Style Paris Fashion Week

Photography by Team Peter Stigter

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You would think that after almost a month of Fashion Weeks with intense schedules, endless fashion shows and plenty of travel time, the fashion elite would be running out of things to wear. But the latest batch of street style shots from outside Paris Fashion Week depict anything but. Some of our favourite street style stars were out in full force, wearing their best and brightest, and enjoying all the fashion frivolities.  Clearly the playful vibes from Chanel’s fashion-show-turned-shopping-centre were infectious.

Besties and fellow editors, Giovanna Battaglia and Anna Dello Russo hammed it up for the cameras atop concrete bollards. Just how ADR got up there without rumpling her floor-length Spring 2014 Valentino, we’ll never know. In a coy twist on a virginal long sleeved lace dress, Kate Foley wore a strip of bright red gaffe tape strategically placed as a pseudo censor bar straight from the Preen Fall 2014 show. Several models fresh off of the Chanel runway proudly showed off their free swag courtesy of the label’s shopping aisles. (We’re more than a little jealous of Anya Ziourova’s Chanel doormat…)
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Street Style, Paris: 23 shots of statement-making sweaters outside the Fall 2014 shows

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Street Style Paris Fashion Week

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Despite North America’s still frigid temperatures, things seem to be somewhat bearable in Paris—that, or the fashion crowd is impermeable to the cold. Could go either way, really.

Yesterday’s styles on the streets showed people shedding bulky coats in favour of quirky sweaters and lighter pieces. Call it the Moschino-effect—ever since its logo-fied collection showed in Milan, graphic prints and novelty sweaters have become the must-have item for Fall 2014. Case in point: Soo Joo playfully sporting the brand’s blockbuster sweater dress and another fashion go-er with the matching chain bag, both with the now recognizable riff on McDonald’s golden arches. Beyond the logo sweater (also seen in a red Carven incarnation) a statement sweater will do just as well. Yasmin Sewell and Miroslava Duma were chatting it up, both in eye-catchingly bright sweaters paired with neutral bottoms. Black sweaters will do just as well—that is, as long as it has a body-spanning trim of fringed tassels. We’d like one in every colour please. Read more »


Street Style, Milan: Fashion Week winds down with 42 last looks from outside the Fall 2014 shows

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Street Style Milan Fashion Week

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A weekend of fashion in Milan brought out the sunshine and, of course, the obligatory bare legs. With the mercury rising (in Europe that is), the fashion elite geared up for what will probably be another sweltering summer and flexed their gams in playful and unique skirts and dresses.

The look of the weekend definitely seemed to be quirky skirts in an array of bright colours and unusual cuts, with nary a plain A-line skirt in sight. Just take a peek at all of the high-cut front slits, origami layers, with everything from a Joe Cool mini to an ankle skimming plaid kilt. Even Carine Roitfeld’s long black pencil skirt had a playful little side slit. Miroslava Duma on the other hand, kept things chic and simple in a variety of matching pantsuits, each featuring high-waisted pleated trousers and a loosely slung jackets.
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Street Style, New York: A blizzard can’t keep fashionable attendees (including Jared Leto!) from the Fall 2014 shows

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Photography by Stefania Yarhi

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Just when we thought the weather couldn’t get any worse! After a week of chilly temps but not much snow, Snowstorm Pax brought its arctic fury to the streets of Manhattan for the last day of New York Fashion Week. The scene outside the Fall 2014 shows was one of attendees bundled up from head to toe, so it was fitting then that most of the shows yesterday—J. Mendel, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren all included—sent out strong furry looks, perfect for braving the snow. If our recent season of snowstorms is looking to become a reoccurring trend, we will be needing a whole lot of fur come this time next year.

Given the veritable blizzard going on, hats were the necessary accessory du jour. Miroslava Duma and Nasiba Adilova channelled their native land looking like life-sized Russian nesting dolls, each with their embroidered scarf as headgear. André Leon Talley was even sporting a toque and burgundy snakeskin gloves to stop the cold – you know it’s serious when the King of Fabulousness goes practical. But there was no hat worthy of crowing Jared Leto’s expertly ombré-d head – nothing can stop those luscious locks. Not even a havoc-inducing blizzard. Read more »


Street Style, New York: 46 photos of iridescent accessories, animal prints and neon sneakers at the Fall 2014 shows

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Photography by Stefania Yarhi

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With New York Fashion Week coming to a close, we’re sure attendees are already looking forward to greener warmer pastures. (After London, that is!) But editors and bloggers didn’t let the exhausting week and chilly temps slow them down, as you’ll see in today’s batch of street style photos. Mixing graphic accessories and sneakers, stylish show goers kept things fun and bright with statement pastels and playful accessories.

Preetma Singh and Anna Dello Russo kept the week’s fur trend alive, but livened it up with mismatched prints and textures. Giovanna Battaglia and several off–duty models, Soo Joo Park included, channelled Monster’s Inc. with Sully-like tufted fur coats and graphic cartoon character bags. Miroslava Duma and Leandra Medine both went for animal print outerwear while Perez Hilton (sure, why not?) showed his patriotic side in a graphic stars and stripes outfit. We prefer the Hudson’s Bay blanket coat we spotted, but that might just be our Canadian loyalty showing through. Read more »


Street Style, New York: 52 photos of Hudson’s Bay stripes, spring-worthy layers and ’90s style outside the Fall 2014 shows

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Photography by Stefania Yarhi

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Despite the still-cold, still-snowy conditions in New York City, yesterday the fashion set threw caution to the chilly wind and made like it was spring. Breezy layers, exposed legs and bright colours continued to be popular street style choices outside Monday’s Fall 2014 shows, which included Carolina Herrera, 3.1 Phillip Lim and Theory. There were obviously some people who heeded their mother’s advice from years gone by and bundled up—but even then a colourful, strappy shoe or sheer layer helped liven the look up.

In today’s batch of photos, our photographer Stefani Yarhi did a little stripe spotting, capturing two colourful Hudson’s Bay blanket coats in Monday’s street style mix. Also wearing a rainbow of colour was Helena Bordon, in head-to-toe Spring 2014 Prada including the coveted pop art-inspired jacket, athletic shin socks and an embellished skirt. Leandra Medine wore a gorgeous tangerine duster, done in ’90s minimalism with high-waisted denim and an off-white turtleneck and sweater. Read more »


Street Style, New York: We spot Jenna Lyons, Miroslava Duma, Olivia Palermo and more outside the Fall 2014 shows

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Photography by Stefania Yarhi

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While many of us spent the weekend huddled inside watching the Sochi action, New York Fashion Week kept editors, bloggers and fashion lovers out and about in the cold for the Fall 2014 shows. With all the commuting between venues—from Manhattan to Brooklyn and back again—cozy outerwear and slush-proof footwear was essential.

Fur continues to be a huge trend outside the tents, with everything from bright-blue faux to ’70s shearling to a mod Isabel Marant racoon coat being snapped by our street style photographer, Stefania Yarhi. Eva Chen kept things light and youthful in a super fluffy snowman-esque coat and rainbow-metallic kicks, while Jenna Lyons effortlessly worked the quirky mismatched-yet-tailored style she pioneered. Read more »


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