Maria Astor pays homage to the historical use of the beret (as part of military uniform, and extreme style); The beret fits with her blazer’s militaristic shoulder pads, and amplifies the fashion statement made by her suit.
She fires up her outfit by embracing red, the most recognizable non-neutral color, for her dress and socks. Also, her asymmetrical trench coat, and careful accessorization carries her outfit to an unconventional place
The elegance of summer: Her botanic Balenciaga dress, accessorized with a fan and pink handbag, encapsulates the essence of seasonably warm style.
His outfit channels the ruggedness of Marlon Brando’s Stanley Kowalski into the 21st Century.
Her polka-dot blue blouse is like a contemporary interpretation of the colours used in Federic Bazille’s “Family Reunion” painting.
A yellow sweater is a fascinating transitional piece: a cozy item that shows nostalgia for summer, and a desire for the cooler months.
When film noir meets streetwear.
Loose-fitting Heliot Emil cargo pants, Lennon-style sunglasses, and a monochromatic sweatshirt make Jonas Abbotts look like the coolest kid on the block .
Each of them are sporting Bubblegum-pink dresses that are counter-balanced by accessories of a different colour family
Her outfit is just a bathrobe. However, its design exchanges conventional fabrics (such as Cotton, Silk, and Wool), for Leather. Conversion ensues, as her outfit transitions from indoor decadence to outdoor glamour.
Unlike French fries, there’s something very French about her outfit: The word “Cloak” originates from old French for “cloche”, which is associated with the word “bell”. That’s befitting for the garment’s silhouette. Moreover, the color “burgundy” found its origin from the French wine-producing region of the same name (**bonus points for her awesome Chanel bag).