8 Street Style Stars To Follow
Every year street-style photographers always manage to find the next big thing in fashion, or in other words the new it-girl. Unfortunately we can’t choose just one, so here are eight (well technically nine) new bloggers and up-and-coming personalities in industry to watch out for in 2015.
Representing the understated beauty of French fashion, Jeanne is a model, stylist and designer extraordinaire. With a number of campaigns under her belt, and a killer red-lipstick to envy, she’s definitely one to watch.
Did we forget to mention that she takes most of her photos on a film camera – tres chic.
Founder of fashion consultancy company Gogo Luxe, this mother of one is often known for her quirky sense of layering prints. What do you get when you cross a classic Breton shirt, leopard-print heels, and a tropical print? Mrs Giangola, that’s who!
Sara Nicole Rossetto
Model, student, and street-style star of Milan fashion week, the girl has it all! You can find Sara wearing a classic silk gown with trainers for the ultimate mix of high and low fashion.
Plus, we also have major leg envy – they go on for ages!
One of the biggest bloggers to come out of Denmark, Pernille is known for her minimalist approach to fashion which only she can manage to pull off with such ease. Working as a freelance stylist, blogger, and fashion expert definitely has it’s perks!
With a fresh approach to fashion, NYC native Juliana was photographed a number of times at this year’s fashion week. Some of her designer pieces we envy the most? Those lace-up Aquazzura heels and the oh-so iconic Chanel boy bag, swoon!
If you haven’t seen the candid images from Erica Pelosini’s European wedding, then you’re definitely missing out! The Coveteur shared some exclusive shots of Pelosini’s custom-made Pucci gown, as well as her elaborate shoes made specially for the big-day. This fashion stylist is a force to be reckoned with – she is also an expert at layering her prints.
Patricia and boyfriend Giotto run a fashion blog together called The Atelier, which follows their life as students and trendsetters in their home city of Milan.
You can often find some cute snaps of their (matching) outfits – photographers cannot get enough!
With an Hermes Kelly bag in one hand and a Blackberry in the other, you know that Carlotta Oddi definitely means business. She works as an assistant to Anna Dello Russo (aka ADR), the editor of Vogue Nippon and one of the biggest and most influential publications of our time.
Her refined style is the epitome of Italian-chic, with a modern twist.
Images via Jeanne Damas, Fashion and Fcuker, Tommy Ton, Wolfy Smile, The Urban Spotter, Womens Wear Daily, Metro, The Coveteur