We first spotted it on the runway at Milan Fashion Week last September. And now, we're seeing the fashion crowd embrace it, in all its forms, from rust to traffic cone, on all different pieces skirts, printed dresses, velvet suits. There are various different elements of the look that could qualify as unexpected, from the pairing of an LVMH Graduate Prize winning Celine alum that's very selective with its celebrity dressing with a social media superstar to the specific pieces Rock and Meller picked. That's what struck Luke Meagher, a.k.a.
Now that the fashion pack has left the French capital and is likely spending the next 48 hours in sweats we're taking a look back at some of our favorite street style snaps from the last 25 days. See our winners from New York, London, Milan and Paris in the galleries below.
But every now and again we could use a break from the same ol fashions and filters. Whether it's a dainty gold necklace or bolder statement earrings, that extra hint of shine is another way to express your personal style and tie your whole fall outfit together.
The ride of a life time, he wrote. A consummate sneakerhead, she's working on an exhibition titled SneakHer Gallery. Vogue senior fashion news writer Emily Farra described it perfectly Showgoers showed up in more personal, eclectic ensembles with a refreshing new energy.
We're not quite sure how we feel about summer being over. Sad Content Meh Labor Day weekend is like the unofficial ending of the three month long season that, somehow, always speeds by in the blink of an eye, and though summer has its highs and lows, we're actually kind of, sort of ready to usher in fall with open arms.
Though the hats didn't quite outnumber the long trending bucket style, it was refreshing to see attendees experimenting with different headgear. Now, don't get us wrong We, too, love cool, of the moment silhouettes and the endless style inspiration from the IG pros that wear them.
Shema Love, shema.love A woman of many talents, Shema Love is a visual artist, creative director, and registered nurse, one of the countless essential workers who kept New York going during some of its darkest days last year. For years, fashion policing celebrity has been an accepted form of mainstream media critique, even though it mainly focuses on females and not men, which ultimately contributes to the perpetual minimization of women and propogates the idea that our worth is predominantly or singularly tied to our looks, she wrote.