Tag Archives: sweaters
The zig zag knit, popularized by Missoni, is a classic that never goes out of style. It’s also a cozy way to sweater-dress. Charlotte Groeneveld wore a zig zag knit sweater and dress by Chloe to the shows in Paris.
Loved the details in this look on Irene Kim at Sacai: the strappy black leather overalls, the cutouts in the sweater, and the crushed velvet boots. Even better: her outfit matches her hair!
Knitwear is taking on more and more interesting forms, as seen on Veronika Heilbrunner, who wore a knit skirt with keyhole openings at the sides and a sleeveless sweater with yarn fringe, both by Loewe, at the show in Paris.
The couple that dresses together… Congrats to Giovanna Battaglia and Oscar Engelbert, married this past weekend and seen here at Paris fashion week FW2016 in matching sunny yellow. Check out the Instagram hashtag #oscarandgio for a ton of cute photos of their glamorous wedding in Capri.
“Black and white is always right,” as my aunt likes to say, and there’s never a better time than when the weather is in flux. Candela Novembre paired a white angora sweater with a black pencil skirt and gorgeous heels at the Max Mara show.
Staying neutral: a great mix of blacks and tans on Pernille Teisbaek, including the new Chanel slingbacks in nude and black.
Loved this burst of yellow and white at the Kenzo show in Paris, plus the amazing architectural details on her sweater.
One of my favorite looks on Helena Bordon during Paris fashion week. A striped maxi skirt or dress is a great base for spring layering, and I love how she mixed it with a sheer white off the shoulder sweater. Chloe green bag.
A fun moment in the Tuileries when Pierre of Models Jam formed a pit of street style photographers and a lot of our favorite street style stars came out and posed for us on the makeshift “runway.” Sarah Harris gamely joined in.
Photographer and blogger Candice Lake wore a pretty combination of a long suede coat and long white tulle ruffled skirt with boots at the Moncler Gamme Rouge show in Paris. No matter how edgy and dark fashion (and fashion photography) can get – romance is not dead!
There’s knitwear, and then there’s a work of art: that’s what Chiara Ferragni wore yesterday to the Hermes show in Paris, in the form of a cabled Delpozo sweater embellished with knit ruffles and fringes of yarn. Super cool! And no, your grandma probably could not make this for you.