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Normcore is one thing, but the return of the brightly colored silk scarf might provoke more dejà vu in some of us. This ’90s staple was seen loosely tied on many a fashionable neck at the Milan shows, which is nowhere near the Upper East Side BTW. After the Fendi show, model Sasha Luss paired hers with a trench and cuffed jeans.
Another over-the-knee look, this time with knee socks on model Molly Bair right after the Prada show in Milan. Needless to say, it helps if you have legs up to here.
Top model Aymeline Valade said to her friend when she was leaving Fendi: I always have a bike. It’s the easiest way to get around.
Model Katlin Aas wore a polished and chic version of the rocker chick look after walking the Michael Kors show. Long layers on top are key for fall, as are low heeled boots like these.
More black and white! Obviously something is in the air. Model Saskia de Brauw wore a black cotton suit with white trim after the Marc Jacobs show. Love the sheer panel and also her mussed hair.
Little did we know when we spotted new model Binx Walton after the Chanel fall ready-to-wear show in Paris that she would be part of the label’s fall ad campaign as shot by Karl Lagerfeld. She layered an oversize black sweater with a silver padlock necklace and a sheer purple maxi skirt and mid-calf boots – a look that went well with the hair and makeup from the Chanel show. Close-up, after the jump. (more…)
Dressy sweatpants – in leather or otherwise – are really taking off among the fashion folk. Model Anna Ewers wore a pair in black silk after the Valentino show in Paris. Pair them with sneakers as she does here for a look that’s more street, or wear them with heels for evening.
Model Madga Laguinge wore black and white all over, including a sheer black crocheted skirt, after the Max Mara show in Milan.
Model Jacquelyn Jablonski is hosting a fashion and art-filled benefit for Autism Speaks this Thursday night at Milk Studios. Tickets can be had here. At the Etro show in Milan, she looked A-OK in a wolf sweatshirt, leather mini and boots.
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.