This February, for the first time in 8 years, I decided to go to a fashion week after I received numerous invitations from amazing shows and even though I was only there for the last 4 days and it rained like hell on my one full fashion day, I really enjoyed it. My hair didn’t, but that’s a different story (it’s me on the left in the photo below!) Here are the best looks from rainy and cold NYFW fall 2018 streets, full of color and suits.
I remember the time when haute couture fashion week was my least favorite in terms of street style scene because everyone felt the need to dress accordingly and some of them looked like they ran out of their *very* fancy prom. Then, after a couple of years, they luckily realized that they don’t actually have to dress “couturesque” to attend the shows and finally we started getting some real inspiration. Now, together with Scandinavian fashion weeks, it’s a lovely stop right before fashion month. Here are some of my favorites!
As though my shopping addiction, or my shoe addiction, or my shiny & vinyl clothing addiction wasn’t bad enough… As though missing Paris all the time and seeing it on everybody’s Instagram feeds everyday wasn’t hard enough… As though finding the Le Specs The Last Lolita sunglasses wasn’t tough enough… As though I needed more excuses to buy more and more sneakers… Paris Fashion Week (hence the fashion month) is over and street style was so SICK that now I want to buy everything and go to Paris at the same time so maybe you can help me by telling which organ is worth the most?
What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear Milan and fashion in the same sentence? While for most people it’s heritage or leather or stuff like that, for me it’s always PRINTS. Followed by COLOR. And preferably a stylish mix of both; head to toe reds, prints over prints. Lots of sexy pumps walking the same streets with a parade of masculine sandals. If you need inspiration to get out of your style rut for the upcoming fall, here are my favorite picks of Milan Fashion Week street style!
Two down, two more to go – the fashion week that’s the least cared about (despite giants like Burberry and stars like JW Anderson, Joseph, Rejina Pyo and so on; I don’t know why people still don’t take London seriously – to me it’s a lot more relevant than NY lately) is over now leaving a pile of Gucci fanny packs, mid-length dresses styled in not such a feminine way (my favorite!) and lots of blazers. Best of best from London Fashion Week street style coming your way!