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It was such a pleasure to see these two lovely ladies Caroline Issa and Yasmin Sewell at the Ostwald Hegalson show yesterday. Both wore black and white maxi dresses (Yasmin’s by Josh Goot) and both are designing their own clothing lines now. Caroline Issa’s for Nordstrom comes out in spring 2015, and Yasmin Sewell’s collection for Barneys is in stores now.
Caroline Issa looked fabulous in a red dress and snakeskin print vest by Emily Wickstead at the Schiaparelli couture show in Paris. The shoes are by Paul Andrew.
More burgundy and blue: Caroline Issa wore a burgundy and cobalt blue windowpane check suit to the Bottega Veneta show – it’s an unusual color combination that works beautifully. Also love the buckle shoes.
Up-and-coming label Sacai has been getting a lot of buzz recently for its great jackets and skirts. The show in Paris drew a few fashion heavy hitters including Caroline Issa, who wore a pretty blue print skirt and jacket to the show.
Caroline Issa wore a great black and white mix to the Chanel show in Paris. I also love how she styled the graphic print sweatshirt with a white button-down underneath, popping the collar for a Nehru effect.
What’s big for fall 2013? Skirts! There’s no reason not to get into this trend now, especially as fun print skirts like this Emilia Wickstead skirt on Caroline Issa debut for spring. The camel coat is Schumacher.
Caroline Issa wore a green fur with a bright orange lining to the DKNY show. The coat is actually by a Central Saint Martins student. The streak of color at the lapel went with the streak of blue mascara on her eyes and red lipstick – see the beauty shot below.
Loved this houndstooth jacket and top and neon red pants on Caroline Issa at Marni. If you ever want to know what the fashion world is up to at any given moment, follow her entertaining feed on Twitter.
Caroline Issa of Tank Magazine wore a number of great outfits over Paris fashion week, but this one from the Viktor & Rolf show has to be my favorite. I love the elaborate embroidery on this black dress, very 1940s, like the vintage needlepoint bag Ulyana Sergeenko carried earlier in the week. (You can find lots of them on eBay if you’re in the market.)
Speaking of pointy collars, fashion editor Caroline Issa of Tank Magazine also wore a pointy-collared shirt to the Viktor & Rolf show. Even if an exquisitely embroidered blouse like this one is not in the cards for you, a plain white collared shirt will also do the trick. Also, love the mirrored sunglasses and pink lipstick! Full length view including shoes after the jump. (more…)