We admit it, we have become a little obsessed with Elisa. The short locks, her fun wardrobe combos, it’s all tick tick tick. The Paris-based stylist was out and about again on the last day of Paris Fashion Week and we couldn’t help but include her in our final Most Stylish edit.
We love the way she embraces colour, like this head to toe blue outfit, mixed with quirkier accessories. Who said pastels can only be worn in ladylike way? Think again. Follow her lead and go for a oversized sweater to nail the vibe.
Sweater, Karen Walker
Skirt, Etre Cécile
Shoes, Pierre Hardy
Bag, Mary Katrantzou
Anya Ziourova, Fashion Director, Tatler Russia
One of the regulars among the fash pack at Fashion Week, you can’t help but not notice her ultra-stylish presence. A dreamy silhouette of the flowing Chanel dress teamed with the quirky combo of the knitted hooded cape from German denim brand Closed got our attention.
Shoes, Del Pozo
Anne-Sophie Thomas, Editor in Chief for Fashion, Marie Claire France
A fellow Fashion Editor caught our eye in her all-black-everything ensemble. Not only does she work at Marie Claire France but she’s gorgeous too. She has the French Fashion Editor look down to a T and we likey. Plus her under-the-radar and low-key style is easy to replicate. If Céline is out of your price point head to Reiss for perfect cut cropped black trousers and Whistles for black leather pouches.
All in all, to not wear head to toe fashion straight off the runway, ( yes Anna Della Russo we are talking about you ) and embrace a much more low key style makes for a refreshing change that we don’t see enough at the shows.
We could all channel a little understated French style in our lives non, Who’s in?
Bag, Saint Laurent
Shoes, Stella Luna