Get the Look: Street Style at Molly Goddard and J.W.ANDERSON
Photos by Kristin Yamada
London Fashion Week is in full swing and the British street style couldn’t be cooler. Across the pond, the bloggers, It girls and editors are finding fun ways to wear spring trends and color now. (We’re furiously taking notes.) Here are some of our favorite looks so far, plus shoppable links so you can emulate them.
Gamine model and actress Agyness Deyn knows a thing about classic aughts style. Deyn was on every major runway in the early 2000s, and made waves off it for her own looks. Although she has officially retired from fashion, Deyn can’t help but continue to inspire with her signature mix of punky, vintage ensembles.
If you want to get spotted, dress in leopard. It seems to be a solid rule this Fashion Week—one endorsed by fashion writer Pandora Sykes. The quirky word-slinger topped things off with spunky accessories—a corset belt and red booties hold their own next to the wild coat.
J.W.ANDERSON’s shows attract die-hard fans who dress UP, like Sita Abellan, model/dj/whatever-she-wants. The pretty provocateur from Madrid has swagger to spare, which is how she ended up an accomplice in Rihanna’s revenge-fantasy video for “Bitch Better Have My Money.”
This Fashion Week, striped skirts might be the next iteration of the ubiquitous pleated version from past seasons. Anchored by matching tights and platform sandals, Jeannie Lee’s look is a fun color play in cold-weather-appropriate form that can easily sashay into spring.
See something you like? Open the Nordstrom app and snap a pic to find similar looks.
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