Get the Look: Paris Fashion Week Street Style at Cédric Charlier and Dries Van Noten
Gimlet-eyed Kristin Yamada is busy snapping street-style starlets during Fashion Week. Here are her photos to inspire you for next season (or this one), and some wardrobe picks to help you get the look.
This is such a modern and cool feminine/masculine mash-up on Belgian blogger Tiany Kiriloff (@belmodotiany / belmodo.be). Menswear checks continue to be important. Her tailored blazer and army-green bag have a sense of sobriety, while her metallic pleated skirt and patent pumps are ladylike and glamorous. Add a silk neckerchief and metal-bridge sunglasses and you’ve got yourself a winning look.
If you’ve missed Sofie Valkiers (fashionata.com) this season, don’t worry. I’ve tracked her down in Paris! She is as perfectly put together as ever with this outdoorsy, slightly wild-feeling look. I am obsessing over her incredible mix of textures. Shearling has been huge in outerwear and accessories. It is exciting to see Sofie rock it in a skirt. Long-hair fur has also been a major theme. Thanks, Sofie!
Darja Barannik (@darjabar) is an Oslo-based blogger, originally from Russia. This trilingual globetrotter is also fluent in top-tier street style. Her silky separates are luxurious and fluid. Dark green has been popular this season and here it works almost as a neutral, giving emphasis to Darja’s fantastic accessories. Crossbody bags are not only super functional but also right on trend, especially when worn higher on the hip. Heavy metal chain and a pop of color immediately catch the eye. Sleek pointed-toe heels with cutout detailing polish the look.
Stylist Line Langmo is yet another example of how great a clean white shirt and pair of jeans can be. The tie-waist detail on Line’s button-up adds a little romance to a classic. Her denim is, of course, frayed edge. (You know by now it has to be!) She also has a bit of engineered destruction, which we are seeing a return of this season. Sexy block heels with deep-V cuts dress up this casual-chic ensemble, and a global print bag is a great statement piece.
xo —Kristin Yamada