It’s all about channelling Disney’s Snow White (we mean it metaphorically) for fashion influencer Susie Lau. She wore an alabaster tailored jacket by 3.1 Phillip Lim with a pair of pants in the same hue from Nodress, a London-based label founded by Yu Luqi.
Instagram’s director of fashion partnership Eva Chen rocked an exceptionally chic ensemble, despite claiming that it was put together randomly (she was in a rush to attend the Jason Wu show). Her outfit, which comprises a Chanel tweed jacket, Citizens Of Humanity black denim jeans and Dior pumps, is simple yet understated.
American fashion model Halima Aden is the picture of polished elegance in this cerulean blue suit. Bonus points for the pop of champagne gold from her hijab, which offers a good balance to her bright, bold outfit.
Making a statement in an effortless way is the modus operandi for Mytheresa’s fashion buying director Tiffany Hsu at NYFW. She wore a lime green two-piece suit by Sies Marjan and matched it with a pair of pumps in a similar shade. Her gold chain necklace gives a fresh edge to her bold monochromatic #OOTD.
Comfort is key for fashion blogger and digital influencer Chriselle Lim. Her wrap blazer and flowy pants, from New York-based fashion label Judy Zhang, provides ease of movement when hopping to and fro the various shows. Smart.
Loulou De Saison, creative director and founder of Loulou Studio, sports a grey tank and black Bottega Veneta skirt combo – which may not be visually enticing on its own. However, she smartly adds a refreshing and zesty twist by pairing it with a bright yellow coat.
Being fashionable doesn’t always mean you need a closet filled with designer garbs. British Vogue’s deputy editor and fashion features director Sarah Harris (who’s also a street style darling) knows how to rock her style with an ensemble from high-street brand Mango. Her look, which comprises an ecru pullover, sandy-tone cargo pants and matching knee-high boots, is edgy, relaxed and cool.