Caroline Issa hardly needs an introduction. She’s not only an industry heavy hitter, but she’s also one of the most popular street-style stars out there. In fact, Issa’s new line is coming out right here at Nordstrom! I can’t wait to get my hands on this sure-to-be-stunning collection.
Caroline’s style is both fashion-forward and understated. She has a knack for color and pairing interesting cuts and shapes. Love this wrap skirt and tall boots, with a menswear button-up. This modern ’70s trend is something I can get behind!
I can always count on Linda Tol to knock a look out of the park. This Dutch street style star has a unique perspective on fashion and a great sense of humor, considering she can’t walk two feet without a dozen photographers stopping her. Today’s ensemble is a great balance of relaxed cuts and fall textures. The tall boot is integral for fall, just like the graphic jumper. Until next time, Linda!
Even more white! I really hope this trend stays around for a while. I love the clean, crisp effect of an all-white ensemble. Golestaneh’s style is understated and casually chic: I love the oversized fit and relaxed draping, and the Valentino bag and metallic heels add some premium elements to her low-key look. And who doesn’t love a woman in a hat?
Here’s a shout-out to our Downtown Seattle flagship store and Personal Stylist Brent Martin, who put together the spring-perfect look for Jessi in the store’s Facebook photo shoot, Morning at the Market.
Italian blogger GildaKoral Flora (Thank God It’s Friday) is both adorable and edgy. That’s a pretty tough combo to achieve, but the proof is right in front of us!
A long leather moto jacket and heavy boots add some serious edge to her poppy dress. The lip print motif is having a moment this season, and I am in love with this dress. Plus, that mini clutch couldn’t be more perfect for the locale!
I don’t know how the ladies of Lincoln Center rock the bare-legged look in this weather and still manage to look so amazing. Marie said her fur cap and cozy sweater make up for the leg exposure. I’ll admit, Marie’s cutout mini is going on my shopping list immediately, even if I won’t be brave enough to wear it until the sun comes back!
As the Creative Director of Marie Claire and an original Project Runway judge, Nina gets swarmed at every show. Ever gracious, she always tries to give us photographers a moment to snap away at her classic, consistent style.
As for today’s look, if you don’t have a leather skirt already, now is the time to invest. It’s a must-have item for fall!
Looking for a sole unlike any other? Our spring/summer ’13 Jimmy Choo lookbook features everything from power pumps to polished flats. See how this fresh collection springs to life with the help of Sandra Choi, the brand’s creative director.