Kate Bosworth is pretty much an expert on festival style. A Coachella veteran, she deftly and daringly mixes the latest trends for pitch-perfect looks that exude West Coast cool. So it makes sense that Topshop asked Kate to pick some of her favorite pieces of the season and then sent her into the desert with director Michael Polish, where they shot an ethereal video showcasing Kate’s captivating festival style.
I have to admit, I am totally taken with Coco Rocha. She’s one of my fave models of the moment, thanks to her fun personality and amazing bone structure. She always seems like she’s having a great time, so it was a pleasure to meet her and find out that she is just as charming in person.
Coco has the model style down pat: skinny jeans, sleek moto jacket, and clean layers. Keep it up, Mademoiselle Coco!
The Scandinavian sportiness of Anna’s outfit really stood out to me, after a week of seeing stilettos and posh dresses. Her letterman sweater is spot on trend, and I love her leopard jeans and beachy waves.
It’s great to see how current trends have embraced a more casual, comfortable look—without sacrificing style.
Lian has a sleek, updated Mod look going on. The windowpane print is a clear winner this week, and I love the retro, mock-neck fit of Lian’s top. Her sharp camel coat gives the look a little vintage flair, while her accessories keep things cutting edge. Her bright red lip is the perfect color complement to a modern, neutral palette.
London’s famed Tate Modern art gallery played host to the Topshop Unique show that had a decisively ’90s vibe to the collection. Show notes read, “Referencing ‘real England’ and iconic workwear pieces, outerwear shapes are classic and oversized.” Opposites and proportions were experimented with, and came in the form of matte and glossy textures fused together to the mixing of raw and bonded fabrics. Discover why the ’90s Brit-pop silhouette is as relevant today as it was over 20 years ago.
Kate Bosworth, 30, keeps it simple and chic backstage. Last year, she appeared as the face of the first Topshop Christmas campaign, and now the California-born actress is set to design a bespoke ‘multimedia collection’ for the brand.
Check out the look of London’s most posh front-and-center ladies. L to R: Pixie Geldof, model/lead singer of the band Violet; Daisy Lowe, model and daughter to Bush singer Gavin Rossdale; Demi Lovato, judge on The X Factor (U.S.); guest; vocal beauties Jess Mills and Delilah; Tallulah Harlech, muse of Karl Lagerfeld.
Named the 2012 Model of the Year by the British Fashion Council, Cara Delevingne opens the Topshop Unique fall/winter 2013 show.
Meghan Collison rules in red. The Canadian-born ‘it’ girl is also the face of Jason Wu’s Miss Wu collection carried exclusively at Nordstrom.
Martinique-born model of the moment, Cora Emmanuel, shows just how effortlessly chic a head-to-toe print look can be.
More front-row celebrities taking in the looks coming down the catwalk. L to R: Victoria Pendleton, Olympic gold medalist in the 2012 London games Keirin event; Olivia Palermo, socialite/actress; Holliday Grainger, TV star on Showtime’s The Borgias.
A fresh face on the Brit fashion scene, model Sam Rollinson looks ready for a night-about-town in this fluid black dress, embellished with just the right amount of sparkle.
Hailing from Germany, model Franzi Mueller is the essence of downtown cool in this bold tangerine coat.
Brit catwalk queen Jourdan Dunn closes the show in a slinky, sequined, burgundy jumpsuit.
Stay on top of the trends coming out of London, and watch the complete Topshop Unique runway show below!
Lovely Lucy is showing us how Londoners do ladylike: with a little cheekiness! That full skirt, with its unexpected mesh paneling, is an absolute must-have. Her cropped turtleneck and bright blazer are sporty gal and vintage lady all at once. Trust a London girl to keep you on your toes!
Monochromatic looks are number one on my to-try list this season. There’s something so striking yet simple about this ensemble. In a sea of wild prints and bold colors, Fisayo really stands out. With her mixed textures and snakeskin accessories, Fisayo is one luxe lady!
Well, I think we’d better put Saida on the Nordstrom payroll, because I can’t stop taking her picture! I absolutely love polka dots and sequins, so it’s no surprise that her layered look caught my eye.
A veteran of our blog, the lovely Saida is always a joy to catch up with. This season, she told me she had been working on translating her blog into English. At last, we U.S. girls can keep up with her inspiring posts!