More candid snaps of the street-style scene at Fashion Week from our Global Trend Reporter Crystal Nicodemus.
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Amazing-jacket alert! Valentina Siragusa made me do a double take with this crazy cool ensemble. While this look is a bit out of my comfort zone, I love when someone forces me to contemplate trying something new. Valentina’s textural, feminine jacket is intriguing, and I like that she went full-on bold with her pairings. Trouser-cut culottes, socks with heels and a bold clutch are all trending strongly and make this an outfit to remember.
Lucy has taken the Seventies revival trend and given it some London edge. Her vintage coat ticks all the trend notes of the season: shearling collar, suede, belted. It was finally a bit warmer in London today, so Lucy’s silk one-piece is a perfect transitional piece. Sneakers and a funky clutch add some high-street contemporary cool.
Fashion Week Journal for Sunday, February 22
See those brown velvet overalls? The baby blue corduroy trousers? The miniskirt? Those looks are not a throwback.
Sure, you’ve seen and heard a lot about the ’70s over the past (almost) two weeks, but backstage after yesterday’s star-studded show at the Tate Britain, Topshop Unique Creative Director Kate Phelan told me she’s not going retro, she’s encouraging a sort of reference-free way of dressing that favors personal perspective over time and place.