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You can’t do Fashion Week right without a nod to the incredible footwear on the street. Our coverage in New York, London, Milan and Paris may be at an end, but we just couldn’t say goodbye to FW without gazing one last time at 44 of the prettiest pairs of the season.
We made it through another month of Fashion Week craziness! It was a wild ride across the globe, and I had so much fun hunting down the best looks for you. I hope you enjoyed the sartorial inspiration as much as I did.
There were so many new trends on the streets that I’m dying to try, among them: leather everything, plastic detailing, full skirts and flared minis, modern suiting, designer sweatshirts and sooooooo much more! I can’t believe how many new, awesome trends are developing right now.
Although it’s nice to finally be home, I know I’ll miss the energy and excitement of Fashion Week. See you next season!
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Surprise, surprise: Peony knocked it out of the park yet again! Peony is the master of youthful, understated elegance. She always (and I mean always!) looks flawless.
Today’s look is a masterful mix of vibrant blues and soft neutrals. I love her ruffled skirt, which is sweet yet modern. And what outfit wouldn’t be bettered with a little Hermès?
Maria is an editor at Harpar’s Bazaar in Russia, so it’s no surprise that she is a street-style favorite. She is not only beautiful but has a great eye for style—and is a sweetheart to boot!
I love her look today at the Jardin des Tuileries. It’s simple, creative and elegant all at once. I think I might just have to try out this season’s mesh trend after all!
Parisian ladies do love to add a touch of the unexpected to their feminine looks! This gorgeous gal’s look is so chic, but her prints and draped bomber jacket add just the right amount of individuality to her outfit. I love the cut and drape of her dress, and that floral Prada bag is highly covetable.
Another stunning ladylike look from Paris Fashion Week! Laura is my kind of girl, and I want to copy this outfit from head to toe.
Laura’s unique cat-eye sunnies and box clutch add some quirky flair to her chic black-and-white sheath. And, I have to admit, I wanted to steal those gorgeous silver platforms right off her feet!
From leather and snakes to eagles and lace, the Zadig & Voltaire spring/summer 2014 collection presents a standoff of western juxtapositions. Underlined by a strong presence of fringe and loosely woven knits, this season pays homage to the effortless cool of home-on-the-range tomboy style.
While the brand’s signature attitude was certainly apparent in the liberal application of rock-and-roll accessories, the real surprise came from designer Cecilia Bönström’s ability to modernize a “these boots were made for walking” aesthetic with such an urban feel. Biker jackets, asymmetrical cuts, and distressed black and gold sequined pieces truly captured the cutting-edge spirit of what’s next, perfectly introduced with the Daft Punk music remix that opened the show.
Bönström closes the show wearing a cheeky t-shirt emblazoned with the collection’s slogan: “I should’ve been born a cowboy…”
As Paris Fashion Week comes to a close, models from around the world are preparing to unwind after a long season of international travel, late-night fittings and early-morning makeup sessions. On our last day in the city, we bumped into our friend Frances Coombe, who still managed to keep an infectious smile through it all.
A former hip-hop dancer, this hazel-eyed Canadian beauty broke it down for us with a celebratory vogue.
“See you next season!”
Make your own rhythm with a taste of Frances’ wardrobe:
Photos by Ford Leland