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gaia repossi has some amazing looks! i love the rings from her line ♥

phoebe philo

thegentlewoman s/s 2010

this woman is a genius! i really miss her chloé days.

Cherry Blossom

I've always admired Alix's blog The Cherry Blossom Girl. It's a huge fount of creative inspiration, just like her enviable style. Pictured here outside the Chloe show, she always does an amazing job of mixing high street looks with high end fashion. Her handbag is the Mulberry Alexa bag, her shoes are Chloe, her jeans by Levi's and her cape is Lacoste. Come on, don't try to deny it. You were totally fooled by her cape. You totally thought it was Chloe. Don't worry, a lot of people were. But seriously, don't her camels, caramels, distressed denim and hint of gray look amazing together? I've been toying with gray and camel combos for the past week, and now thanks to Alix, I've got ideas!



Style frontier

The details of Marina's look are impeccable. Her pairing of a torn hat with a frayed sweatshirt is stylistic perfection! The color, print, and soft edges of her foulard add just the right touch to the mixture. Her string belt tied in a bow? So cute! Her oxfords-divine! And how gorgeous is her striped button-down with french collar? What a great twist to this otherwise field or stable-friendly look.

Cowgirl with a navy alter ego

Whether by horseback or on a cruiser, Emmanuelle always arrives in style. Seen here outside Dolce & Gabbana in a Balmain blazer and Isabel Marant boots.



ahhhhh! love!!! that coat?!

On the Cover • Julia Sarr-Jamois

Fresh faced and of enviable style, Julia, model and fashion editor at Wonderland magazine, had all heads turning during London and Paris fashion weeks.

Now the 22-year-old, half french, half Senegalese beauty has our fingers turning as she graces the cover, along side Rahma Mohamed, of last week's edition of D magazine. The editorial was shot by Sir Paul Smith and, as his SS10 collection, was inspired by images from Gentlemen of Bakongo by Daniele Tamagni.

Stay tuned for the fashion adventures of this beyond cool young editor.


massimopamparana/tfs/tfs/idmag/numero/ericelenbaas/harpersbazaar95/david schulze /vanidad.es/parisvogue

lou in layers

vanessa jackman

NYFW Favorites • Brady Cunningham

Here is one of my absolute favorite images from my Harper's Bazaar NYFW street style coverage. Brady, an owner of L.A. boutique TenOverSix, has a fantastic sense of style. I love everything she's wearing!

In the pursuit of Clemence Poesy

Sometimes chasing a subject to get a photo can reveal more about their outfit than a posed shot. These images that I snapped of Clemence outside the Chloe show are great examples!

My thoughts as I am going through the chase: Wow she looks amazing here. Cool cape, great shoes. But let's see if I can get a better shot.

Come on just turn this way so I can get another shot of your amazing face. Oooh great dress. Love the draping!

And Finally: Come on just look over here... aaah the volume on that cape is spectacular! Yes!



these lovelies are ann kenny + kirby/tura kenny!
they were both included in style.com's top ten models of fall 2010.
you might remember them from THIS miu miu editorial.

i ♥ sienna


Two Types of Rock Star

I identify immensely with Miroslava's adventurous sense of style. The girl really knows how to play dress up. And I love playing dress up too! I am always impressed with how well she pulls off her look of choice. In these images she exudes two totally different but perfect rock-star vibes.

Here: Boho/hippie rock. Viva the seventies! Lenny Kravitz would be proud.

And here she channels Joan Jett and Billy Idol.

the blues