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Presenting the third and final installment of street style by Tommy Ton for Style.com, in association with the Nordstrom Designer Collections.

All White Everything: Mcginn ‘Marie’ Wrap Dress | Akris punto Ruffle Hem Skirt

Mix and Match: Band of Outsiders Atari Print Crêpe de Chine Blouse | Fendi ‘Paillette-Zebra’ Baguette


Femme FataleSt. John Collection Pavé Crystal Wrap Bangle | Oscar de la Renta Print Silk & Wool Jacquard Skirt | Gucci ‘Beverly’ T-Strap Pump


Keep It Cool: St. John Collection Dyed Quartz Cabochon Ring | rag & bone Crop Denim Jacket | Jimmy Choo ‘Candy’ Clutch


Eye Catching: 3.1 Phillip Lim Quilted Phoenix Oversized Sweatshirt | Valentino ‘Rockstud – Small’ Leather Clutch | rag & bone ‘Numbers’ Crewneck Sweatshirt


Print on Print: St. John Collection Brushed Gold & Crystal Bracelet | Roberto Cavalli Floral Tuxedo Jacket | 3.1 Phillip Lim ‘Pashli- Mini’ Shark Embossed Leather Satchel

Visit Style.com for shop-able street-style wear, photographed by Tommy Ton.

Style.com’s Tommy Ton returns for a second installment of street style, presented in association with the Nordstrom Designer Collections.

Texturized: Mcginn ‘Olivia’ Lace Cutout Dress

Gold Baubles: Robert Rodriguez Framed Techno Minidress (Nordstrom Exclusive) | Valentino ‘Rockstud – Flat’ Leather Clutch | St. John Collection Hammered Ring

Leopard Lover: Valentino ‘Rockstud – Mini Cavallino’ Calf Hair Crossbody Bag | Fabiana Filippi Stretch Poplin Blouse | Veda Genuine Calf Hair & Leather Vest

Denim Diva: Hervé Léger Spaghetti Strap Top | Alexander Wang ‘Lovisa’ Snakeskin Pump | MARC JACOBS ‘Icons – Lauren’ Shopper

Glitter Me Pretty: A.P.C. Camouflage Print Sweatshirt | St. John Collection Light Gold & Enamel Ring | Jimmy Choo ‘Cayla’ Glitter Clutch

Posed to Perfection: MARC JACOBS ‘Classic Wellington’ Leather Satchel | Alexander Wang Textured Silk Blouson Dress | Oscar de la Renta Contrast Piping Leather Belt

Visit Style.com for shop-able street style wear, photographed by Tommy Ton.

From the runway to the subway, Tommy Ton, Style.com’s go-to street-style photographer, mines the Fashion Week scene to bring you the most shop-able trends available within the Nordstrom Designer Collections.

Lustrous Leather: Get the bag of the season, the Saint Laurent ‘Duffle 6 – Medium’ Leather Satchel.

Two by Two: Re-create this contrasting look with the Alice + Olivia ‘Kennedy’ Blouson Dress and a Fendi ‘Paris Pequin’ Leather Shoulder Bag.

Retro Glam: Opt for something cool and bold like a Jason Wu Sequin Chevron Tee underneath a Burberry London Leather Sleeve Blazer.

Jean Justice: Distressed denim accented with leather makes a rebellious statement. Try a grunge-inspired rag & bone/JEAN Leather & Denim Jacket.

Boy Meets Girl: Give a menswear-inspired look a femme take with a Current/Elliott ‘The Prep School’ Shirt and the Valentino ‘Stud Chain’ Clutch.

Visit Style.com for even more beautiful street-style imagery by Tommy Ton.

Qianna Smith

Susie Bubble. Bryanboy. Scott Schuman: three notable names from a long list of digital style stars that have climbed the ranks of fashion thanks to the blogosphere and social media.

Our techno #selfie obsessed culture continues to be a hot topic as the landscape gets more and more flooded with hyper-opinionated creatives in both the women’s and menswear space.

DETAILS magazine is driving the conversation on technology this New York Fashion Week season, presenting the first ever Tech & Tastemakers Summit. This topical event gathered fashion influencers, digital innovators, creative-thought leaders and print/web editors to discuss what’s now and what’s next for online.

The power panel (left to right) of Eugene Tong DETAILS Style Director, Lawrence Schlossman @SartoriallyInc, Megan Collins @StyleGF, Sean Sullivan @ImpossibleCool, fashion insider Nick Wooster, Tommy Ton @Jak&JilBlog and Michael Williams @AContinuousLean were tasked with discussing how they have leveraged their blogs into profitable businesses without compromising the authentic and personal nature of their trade.

Photos that set the trends: “I was just trying to crash the shows, and my camera gave me a way in. There was never any intention of making money; it was all in good pleasure,” says Tommy Ton, Style.com resident street photographer, who made his dream of working in fashion a reality with his Jak & Jil blog.

Meet menswear’s girl next door: “Blogging is very personal because you and your brand are inevitably intertwined. And you shouldn’t feel like you’re selling out because you get to do what you love,” says Megan, who gave up a career in advertising to work full-time on her blog Style Girlfriend.

The man’s world of Nick Wooster: “I am the fraud up here. I would like to figure out how to do that [what these bloggers do]. I am here to take notes,” says Nick, a noted fashion director who credits social media for his surge in Internet popularity. “It started with Tommy and Lawrence taking my picture at Fashion Week. I’ve worked in retail since I was 15. I’ve been around clothes all my life, and my style is really just a reflection of who I am.”

How tech-savvy is your everyday style?

Qianna Smith
Photos by Craig Arend @ Altamira NYC

Our Women’s Apparel Trend Director, Adam Moon guides you through this spring’s key trends—and how to wear them—during our February catalog shoot with Tommy Ton.

Check out our Spring’s “It” List to browse and shop all our favorite trends featured in the video right now.

We took spring trends to the streets in our February catalog—a collaboration between our Personal Stylists and renowned street-style photographer Tommy Ton.

Known for both his hyper-cool fashion blog Jak & Jill, and his Fashion Week photography for Style.com and GQ.com (though he really needs no introduction), Tommy Ton got behind the lens for us to show how any woman can easily make high fashion street-legal.

It’s a creative take on spring’s key looks mixed in a totally fresh way, courtesy of Tommy Ton and your Nordstrom Personal Stylists—consider them your very own fashion editors.

Love these looks? Shop them all in our February catalog, now online.