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Paris Street Style
Sure, it’s a bold ensemble, but sometimes you just gotta mix up textures and patterns. Here’s Sofia Guellaty, Editor at Style.com in Arabia pausing in Paris with a smile.
Credits: Bag - Natalie Triad | Skirt - Pretty Blunt
(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text by Jauretsi)

Paris Street Style

Sure, it’s a bold ensemble, but sometimes you just gotta mix up textures and patterns. Here’s Sofia Guellaty, Editor at Style.com in Arabia pausing in Paris with a smile.

Credits: Bag - Natalie Triad | Skirt - Pretty Blunt

(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text by Jauretsi)

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Atmospheric 

There’s nothing quite like being at a runway show. The cameras flashing, the music that rattles the walls, the beautiful people in beautiful clothes — it really is a sight to be seen. For those of us who can’t make the fashion circuit, there are photographers who do a pretty bang-up job making sure we feel like we’re there. Style.com has picked their favorite “atmospheric” shots from last season. You can check them all out here.

(Photos courtesy of Style.com. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Love for Lanvin
Pre-Fall 2013 collections have just begun and one thing is clear: animal prints aren’t going anywhere. From Givenchy cowhide to Lanvin leopard, critters are the print du jour. Above, is a look from Lanvin — a veritable feeding frenzy of three different animal-inspired motifs, playing against one another while remaining oddly complementary. In addition to taking prints to the maximum this season, Lanvin was perfectly luxe with their play of textures, blending wools, furs, silks, and leathers into outfits to die for. To see the rest of the collection, click here.
(Photos courtesy of Lanvin. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Love for Lanvin

Pre-Fall 2013 collections have just begun and one thing is clear: animal prints aren’t going anywhere. From Givenchy cowhide to Lanvin leopard, critters are the print du jour. Above, is a look from Lanvin — a veritable feeding frenzy of three different animal-inspired motifs, playing against one another while remaining oddly complementary. In addition to taking prints to the maximum this season, Lanvin was perfectly luxe with their play of textures, blending wools, furs, silks, and leathers into outfits to die for. To see the rest of the collection, click here.

(Photos courtesy of Lanvin. Text by Jenny Bahn)