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Valentina Siragusa of Factory Style Blog wore a beautiful striped brocade dress by ASOS to the Gucci show in Milan. Also note her socks with heels – a big trend for spring 2014.
Fringe provided the dramatic accent for many of the guests at Paris fashion week, like this woman at the Dries Van Noten show, who accessorized a pink top with a fur fringe scarf and black hat.
Model Charlotte Free bundled up in green – including a moss green Chanel bag – after walking the Chanel show in Paris. She has really cool, individualistic personal style that reminds me of the grunge days in the ’90s, when we’d do a lot of our clothes shopping at Army Navy stores.
Another shot of Anya Ziourova, who is really killing it this season. At the Chanel show in Paris, she wore a camel coat, gray felt hat and a colorful woven scarf. The show itself had a supermarket theme, and afterwards guests could pick out whatever they liked from the aisles. Most emerged from the show with just a pastry or a few bananas. Anya Ziourova snagged the Chanel doormat – smart woman. Detail shot of her hat and fur trimmed ring after the jump. (more…)
Definitely one of my favorite Anna Dello Russo outfits: black and white with gradients of gray, Fendi bag, long knit scarf and a big bowler hat. Classic Anna!
It’s great to see Anna Dello Russo in the spring Prada collection, which, with its theme of strong women and representations of said strong women, seems like it was made for her. Maybe it was! Here she is in a SS 2014 Prada coat outside the Michael Kors show.
I nearly died when I saw fashion consultant Kate Schelter‘s all-over leopard look and wide-brimmed hat at Thakoon. I mean… how much better does it get?! Here she is in front of the Empire Diner on Tenth Avenue, which, by the way, is now under the stewardship of chef Amanda Freitag and open for business.
Welcome to New York Fashion Week! It’s great to see all our editors out there in their coolest New York looks, like Lucky’s Eva Chen, trendsetting as always in a zebra-stripe coat, nautical hat and chunky creepers. It’s a classic downtown outfit to usher in the new season.
I have to keep reminding myself that as a street style photographer, it is possible to look good in bad weather during fashion week. It is possible it is possible it is possible… Case in point: the ever-dapper Karl-Edwin Guerre of Guerrisms seen here on a miserably wet day outside the Etro show in Milan.
Fashion people, take heart and use your clothes as beautiful armor against this snowy weather. I know I will when I hit the streets for New York Fashion Week – starting tomorrow!