These are the people we can’t wait to see hit the pavement at Milan Fashion Week. Expect them to pull out all the stops for the third leg of runway shows.Pretty much the pioneer of outlandish street style, Anna Dello Russo serves as an idol to many young fashion upstarts striving to be the next queen of the streets. With her knack for making the most unwearable covetable, she continues to be street style’s most photographed subject. Vogue Japan‘s editor-at-large is clearly drawn to the eccentric side of fashion; you can regularly find her sporting radical styles, the shortest hemlines and the loudest accessories. Imitate at your own risk!
Elisa Nalin is one of those women who light up the street scene with her positive energy. It doesn’t hurt that she has amazing personal style, too. I’m obsessed with denim jumpsuits right now and Elisa’s is perfect. I love her layering skills and utilitarian vibe. One of my favorites of the day!
Take a look at Crystal’s second round of snaps on the scene at Paris Fashion Week.
Another orange number (this time it’s Prada) for Vogue Japan Editor-at-Large, Anna Dello Russo.
Rhinestones playing hide-and-seek under peplum and an equally playful Rabito iPhone case.
Susie Bubble of Style Bubble.
Blogger and former model, Hanneli Mustaparta.
Christine Centenera, Senior Fashion Editor at Vogue Australia
Pretty in pink with a sparkling collar necklace.
Stylist Elisa Nalin and Tamu McPherson of All the Pretty Birds.
Our own Street Style Photographer, Crystal Nicodemus with the camera turned on her; shot by The Cut.