New Yorkers are known for their sleek fashion sense no matter what weather. Sandra’s simple, monochromatic look is a perfect example. She manages to beat the heat while looking 100% on trend. Her halter-neck tank, folded mini and white sneakers are super trendy, but her minimalist palette keeps things looking fresh. Toss on a simple necklace and some retro shades, and you’re good to go!
Broadway can be utter mayhem, so it’s tough to carve out a spot to capture street style. Elleni and I managed to squeeze into a tiny space among cabs, subway grates and a hot dog cart; how New York of us! I love the long-sleeved mini dress trend, and Elleni’s lacy number is both retro and modern at once. Her dark accessories add some contemporary urban edge to her ’60s-inspired dress.
How cute is Abby in her prairie-via-NYC look? You guys know how much I love the color red, so obviously I am biased towards Abby’s bold monochromatic choice. The full skirt has exploded on the street scene this season, and the high waist and subtle layering of Abby’s skirt add visual interest. Sneakers and mirrored aviators keep things youthful and fun.
I totally made this Brooklyn babe miss her cab in order to stop for a quick snap. She was gracious enough to strike a pose for us, despite my gaffe! I’m so glad she did, because this modern floral number is to die for.
I’ve been hunting for the perfect floral-print dress, but one that isn’t overly sweet and pastel. This chic dress gets a little downtown twist, thanks to her woven, thick-soled oxfords. A bold lip and sleek cat-eye sunnies top off the look.
Nothing says ‘festival style’ quite like a romper. This show-goer has found the perfect playsuit in this silky, patterned number. I love the lace hem details and high-cut shorts. Aviators and Western boots are a great match and super trendy too. I just wish I had her tan so I could pull off this look!
Tara, a student in New York, said festival season was one of her favorite things about summer break. She clearly has her festival style down pat!
Black and white is always a great combination, and Tara’s ’90s-inspired look benefits from the simple palette. I have been searching everywhere for the perfect high-waist shorts for the season, and Tara’s are amazing. A sleek mini-purse and strappy, thick-soled sandals take this look to the top of the list!
The day we’ve been waiting for is finally here: Topshop x Kate Moss is now available online and in stores. Olivia Kim, Director of Creative Projects at Nordstrom, is in London with the inside scoop on this coveted collection.