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It’s always a pleasure to see New Yorker Leigh Lezark on the Paris fashion scene. She wore a Chloe pre-fall 2014 reversible plaid shearling coat with red piping to the Chloe show on Sunday. Also love the matching moss green bag and shoes.
Miroslava Duma wore more crisp white to the Missoni show in Milan, pairing a pinstriped white suit with an Hermes bag and bustier-style top. A great look to keep in mind for spring. Also love the cut of the trousers: wide legged and cropped – and very flattering.
Anna Dello Russo wore an elegant full skirted tweed suit to the Bottega Veneta show on Saturday. Love the feminine silhouette of this look.
Model Lily Kwong looked amazing in a micro polkadot print jumpsuit and camel coat at the Diane von Furstenberg show on Sunday.
This was one of my favorite “food and fashion” moments of the last women’s RTW season – the ever-glamorous Shala Monroque of Garage Magazine eating a beignet in front of the Eiffel Tower. She had arrived early for one of the shows and was just taking in the view. The vintage rabbit bag is a nod to her blog, Shala’s Rabbit Hole.
Model Anja Rubik wore a cool mix of black and white at the Gucci show in Milan. The open knit sweater was particularly ahead of the curve and would be a great option for spring.
Two girls dressed alike in a very Italian take on pink and green outside the Dolce & Gabbana show in Milan. We had miserable weather that day, and still they looked managed to look fabulous.
In Milan, the fashion set saw inclement weather as an opportunity to break out their best winter duds. This is really a case of “when in Rome” – Italian ladies have been known to don their best fur coats just for a trip to the grocery store. After the Moschino show, a model left in a brilliant red fur coat and leather leggings.
Mark my words: Oversize coats like this one trendsetter Natalie Joos wore last year will be all over the streets during New York fashion week this year. She balances the menswear cut with a feminine bright pink turtleneck sweater, green damask pants and green velvet platforms.
I love this combination of a formal gown made of exquisite white lace with a casual beret and plaid jacket. The jewelry and Chanel bag take it up a notch further, styling-wise. Very French, very Chanel.
Buro 24/7‘s Nasiba Adilova – a great fashion insider to follow on Instagram BTW – looked fabulous in navy at the Derek Lam show. The flounced sleeves and the navy color of her dress are such a nice alternative to your basic black uniform – something to keep this in mind as winter nears.
This is the kind of high-low mix that stylists and editors love: a très chic (and expensive) Valentino coat and Chanel matriochka bag worn with a down-to-earth pair of ripped boyfriend jeans. Even if you can’t throw on your best Valentino and Chanel, you can take a cue from this girl: this fall’s shredded boyfriend jeans are best worn cuffed with heels, especially if you’re petite.
A super cute but ladylike look outside the Louis Vuitton show. She’s also carrying the new Louis Vuitton bag.