Joanna Hillman is the senior fashion market editor covering American and British ready-to-wear for American Harper’s Bazaar.
Before Harper’s Bazaar she worked at Teen Vogue and assisted stylist Lori Goldstein.
During Fashion Week the style bloggers go crazy for her downtown New Yorker style.
I saw her many times during Spring 2011 fashion week and I always noticed her trademark Raybans, bold red lips and long blonde hair which was styled into a Wang/Miu Miu plait.
She’s a very stylish lady. Her outfits always stand out and are very well put together and perfectly accessorized.
Her favourite bag during Spring 2011 fashion week was her white Balenciaga bag.
In the first look she teamed her bag with an Alexander Wang jacket, 3.1 Phillip Lim lace dress and YSL shoes.
A simple white tee and long black skirt has a lot of personality when paired with a colourful Suno jacket.
Layering is key when it gets cold in New York and my favourite look from Joanna is the preppy look.
This look included a Marni jacket over a Chloe blazer, which was paired with 3.1 Phillip Lim pants and Loeffler Randall shoes.
She’s also not afraid of bright colours and loud prints.
Another great look was her two-tone 3.1 Phillip Lim jacket which she paired with gold sequined J Crew pants and a Proenza Schouler bag. You’ve gotta have a lot of style to pull this off during the day time.
Joanna often mixes feminine dresses with chunky ankle boots and on this occasion she added a cross-over bag.
Her Band of Outsider striped skirt is to-die-for. A khaki silk skirt, Derek Lam bag and Tory Burch peep-toe ankle boots makes the look effortlessly chic.
I love animal print so I find myself also lusting after her 3.1 Phillip Lim “Knap Sack” tote. She carried this tote whilst wearing terracotta cropped pants, a blue and white shirt and Miu Miu heels.
Do you like Joanna’s style?
Credit: Stylists Muse, keepthebeat.mango.com, Fashion Confidential UK, alltheprettybirds.blogspot.com, Anne Bernecker, jak and jil
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