Fashion designer Ramona Filip demonstrates her occupational merit by establishing a perfect colour balance with her sunglasses, spring neck scarf, sleeveless trench coat, and a handbag accessorized with a silk scarf.
More and more, hair-dye is becoming an important aspect of one’s outfit. It’s hard to imagine their outfits looking as striking with a different colour dye.
To this day, Toby and I have no idea why they were carrying a bottle of champagne. Nevertheless, it makes for the most elite fashion accessory.
Toronto-based fashion editor Odessa Paloma looks sophisticatedly light-hearted behind her Miu Miu sunglasses. Regarding her earrings and scarf, colour combination has never been more on point.
An overall exciting look, she wears pants of Senegalese design. In true African fashion, she rocks a mini-fro and naturally uses color through her square-framed sunglasses.
Architect Luana Lima merges floral prints with hoop earrings, evoking the character of the 1980s.
Her overalls, wayfarer sunglasses, and worn-in burgundy boots are reminiscent of late 80s/early 90s fashion trends. Also, dogs evidently make the best companion for a subject in fashion photography.
His Moscot clip-on glasses are the perfect complement to his denim jacket and critter button-down combination.
Upon first sight, this outfit looks fantastic. But look closer, and you’ll discover more: her classic gold-chain quilted cross-body bag meets the edgy style of her leather skirt, ankle boots, and tattoos. The monochromatic use of black is the conjoining factor.
The details of the side-zippers, and light blue socks emphasize the royal blue velvet body of these fashion-forward Report combat boots.
Their outfits are trendy, but their hair stands out the most. It's a memorable example of fashion’s current obsession with individuality.
Nick Niebuhr is embracing another spring/summer trend by wrapping his chambray jacket around his waist. However, he's subtly rebellious through an arm tattoo peaking from under his t-shirt.
BuzzFeed Editor Brianna Holt evokes Mediterranean vibes through her Ray-Ban aviators, lightweight top and pants, and strap heels.
Disheveled morning hair with some arrangement is a cool and dashing way to bring excitement to a toned down outfit.
A man of few words, this British gentleman commanded respect while looking ultra-cool behind Linda Farrow sunglasses.
He embodies a 70s rockstar persona by wearing a relaxed-fit floral shirt with summer-white denim. suede Chelsea boots, and Lennon-inspired sunglasses.
Socks are a small aspect that can define an outfit. Here’s a fun example: his duck-critter socks are a playful counter-balance to the neutrals of his gingham shirt, black shorts, and Converse high-tops.
A splendid use of blue, highlighted with red, radiates her Ghanaian heritage.
Best thing to do is smile when wearing a solid pair of Givenchy sunglasses.
In the distant periphery, this entrepreneur's outfit was striking: his statuesque physique brings out the bold patterns in his Duvin short-sleeve shirt and shorts.
Bags usually complete or accent an outfit. However, this Betsy Johnson bag is the center piece of her 50s-inspired bubblegum outfit.
Behind her Illesteva sunglasses, her beautiful gaze is deep and spell-binding.
Her Zara dress looks tranquil, like the sky on a clear summer night.
Excellently groomed while wearing Persol sunglasses, an understated wrist accessory and chambray shirt, this guy is the definition of cool.
A relaxed look for brunch, she lets her mirror-lense Christian Dior sunglasses do the work.
By wearing a net top underneath a Topshop patch bomber jacket, she makes her sporty outfit incredibly alluring.
Toby commented on this person as the “stylish frat bro". His outfit is bold and very much on trend via his vertical-red-stripe shirt and blue Supra hat. Indeed, his aesthetic is very American.
Dressed for her film-industry ambitions, she looks like a famous 60s actress by wearing Prada sunglasses and a vintage scarf borrowed from her mother’s wardrobe.
On the right, her summer neck scarf is actually a bandanna by Wallace & Barnes, a menswear brand. She seamlessly makes a masculine accessory look incredibly feminine.
Here, singer CZR (right) and his friends embody much of the urban street-wear trends; baseball jacket, tattoos, street-artist-made/self-altering t-shirts. They also have respect for classic icons, like the Rolling Stones' legendary lip and tongue logo on the middle guy’s hat.
Feel free to listen to CZR’s discography on SoundCloud
It’s rare to find someone reading a book in the park with his shoes…off?
Well, why not?
The grain and technical work-wear design of his denim jacket is emphasized as he simply keeps a pen and paper in its traditionally functional pockets.
Endearingly, he clearly knows that she is the star of the show as she captivates with her Ray-Ban sunglasses and draped plaid shirt.
A light-summer shade blazer over a stripe dress is an outfit perfect for the spring season.
The designs of Persol frames are nothing short of excellent. For instance, to one of its most iconic silhouettes the Italian eye-wear brand added arm and nose-bridge hinges that allow the frame fold into a smaller, compact form.
Meg Vice embodies 70s psychedelic style by wearing a vibrant floral and paisley dress.
From afar, their outfits were excitingly colorful as they stood underneath a cherry-blossom tree. When she turned to face Toby and I, the perfection of this couple became so evident.
Her Old Navy dress is light and adaptive for the demands of a dog walk. She also wears Thierry Lasry sunglasses to keep the sun at bay.
These two Brits on holiday were hiding behind colorful sunglasses while coping with a heavy hangover.
Athleisure is an approachable trend. However, actor Ken Barnett and his husband keep their outfits unique by wearing pink low tops and red Converse high-tops respectively.
A bundle of trends into one picture, these four are another great example of the celebration of individuality.