Street Style

Girl Crush: Ludivine Poiblanc

Girl Crush: Ludivine Poiblanc

Ludivine Poiblanc3It’s no coincidence that I’m making a post about one of my ultimate girl crushes, Ludivine Poiblanc, a day after Nowness released the Philophiles video (Phoebe fangirls, in other words) and even though she’s not in it, Ludivine is most probably the biggest, most famous Philophile in the world. Previous fashion editor at Vogue Paris, current freelance stylist and editor at large at Interview magazine; Ludivine celebrates the clean Céline style with her subdued Parisian grace wherever she goes. I can’t think of a better style inspiration for this fall.

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Dress The Bump and Beyond

Dress The Bump and Beyond

hippie mothersI don’t know about you but lately everyone I know is either pregnant, trying to get pregnant, planning on getting pregnant, or already had their baby and trying to figure out what to do with their maternity clothing. Living in a country with ridiculously humane maternity (and paternity) leave conditions is also another reason why I encounter young parents everyday and it’s making me think about (no, not having kids yet, but) how I would dress up as a pregnant woman without wasting tons of money on stuff I wouldn’t ever wear again.

After the most “bumpy” fashion week of all time & Blake Lively announcing her pregnancy in the cutest dress I’ve ever seen (was I the only one who focused on THAT dress?) I thought it’s time to make a post about maternity style & beyond. Here are some of the most beautiful pieces I’ve found that would work during pregnancy and afterwards.

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Oxfords, Creepers

Oxfords, Creepers

Natalie Joos creeper oxfords PFW creeper oxfords2Jessie Bush creeper oxfordsI know this trend does not rhyme nor is easy on the eyes, but it surely is nonignorable. I believe was invented by a short woman who hates the discomfort of high heels and mediocrity of wedges but still wants to rise above several other “things” around her and all the while make a statement, once urban-college gear creepers took a fashionable turn thanks to brands like Acne and Stella McCartney (only to begin with) and now they’re everywhere. Videlicet, they should be in your wardrobe too. Go!

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Mais Oui, C’est Paris!

Mais Oui, C’est Paris!

Best of Paris Fashion Week SS15 Street Style 108The best part of fashion week (month) is that it actually comes to an end. It’s hard to believe but after 28 days of fashion overload and literally making me sick on the last day (coincidence?) it’s finally over. The trends to study and endless shopping lists are perpetual; however now it’s easier to examine the Paris Fashion Week street style, which seemed like it’s never going to come to a close. Get your moodboards and yellow legal pads out, time to take notes: I already have the oxfords (look alikes) above so one down, a million to go!

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Milano Advanced

Milano Advanced

Best of Milan Fashion Week SS2015 Street Style  1The title stands for how Milano – with its heritage obsessed brands, posh but always kinda dull aura and super classic safe street style choices – reminds me of advanced style. Privilegedly excluding Marni, Jil Sander, Prada and some young brands like No21 and MSGM – Milano has unfortunately became a far less inspirational fashion capital over the years for me. Luckily, there is still a street style scene worthy of a hope to be cherished. 60 best looks from Milano Fashion Week to feed your sartorial appetite.

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London Baby!

London Baby!

Best of London Fashion Week Street Style 40To share the enthusiasm of Joey and celebrate the street style of my favorite city in the world, here are my 45 favorite looks from London fashion week. If you want a shortlist of what you may expect: Stella McCartney knits, Céline knits, Burberry dresses, Burberry capes, flat oxfords, flat sandals, flat loafers, more culottes, under the knee skirts and one particularly exquisite Marni ensamble from Leaf Greener.

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