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Gigi Hadid In Burberry – Out In New York

Gigi Hadid appeared to be in a playful mood on Sunday night (January 21) as she left her apartment in New York.

This is another example of the model’s mastery of athleisure.

A Paradised ‘Time To Dance’ sweatshirt and Prada boots were topped off with a bubblegum pink leather and shearling Burberry jacket.

The preppy-punk styling in the lookbook was polished yet cool, but I applaud her for going in her own direction and using the topper to elevate the casual pieces.

An Okhtein bag and Illesteva sunglasses upped the girlish charm.

Some might question wearing sunglasses at night, but they do help make the look.

Burberry Leather Trim Shearling Oversized Jacket

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Bella Hadid In Ralph Lauren – Out In Paris

After an appearance at the Dior Homme show over the weekend, Bella Hadid was again seen out in Paris on Monday (January 22).

I was getting a strong Matrix vibe with her latest look that brought her particular brand of badass flair to the rainy streets of the city.

Although she wore a Prada Spring 2018 printed dress, it was really the power of the Ralph Lauren Collection Fall 2017 black liquid lamé trench dress that commanded the ensemble.

That, and the lace-up ankle boots.

What do you make of it?

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Gigi Hadid In Sally LaPointe – Out In New York City

Gigi Hadid is slowly positioning herself as the queen of monochromatic dressing.

Just recently she opted for all navy, all black, and she’s even gone vibrant in all pink and all yellow, but winter white appears to be her preferred choice.

While out to dinner on Sunday (January 14) in New York, the model was decked out in Sally LaPointe Pre-Fall 2018 look.

Even though it’s cold outside, no coat was needed as this cashmere look with a wrist-full of thick shearling looked cosy enough, with some drama added to the look via the split trousers.

Gigi’s snakeskin boots did break up the look somewhat, adding an off-kilter twist, but the balance was restored with her – never leave home without – Stalvey bag.

Messika jewels completed her look.

Sally LaPointe Felted Cashmere Funnel Neck Sweater
Sally LaPointe Felted Cashmere Side Slit Knit Pant

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Zendaya Coleman In Ronald van der Kemp Couture, Stella Jean & Giuseppe di Morabito – Out In London

Zendaya Coleman has attended the London Evening Standard Theatre Award and the Fashion Awards in London, but over the last two days she’s been focusing on promoting her new film, ‘The Greatest Showman’, so showcasing her sartorial style while out and about was par for the course.

Vogue House: The first of three gorgeous looks comes courtesy of Ronald van der Kemp. The classic tailoring of this Spring 2017 Couture look has to be admired, but it’s the refreshing twist of the colour-block panels which holds my gaze of this 90s throwback. Opting to colour within the lines, Zenaya styled her look red Casadei pumps. Was anyone else wishing she’d opted for yellow?

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Rita Ora In Tory Burch – BBC Studios

Before the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards, Rita Ora was at the BBC Studios in London the day before on Saturday (October 21).

Celebrating the glories of the season, she cut a sophisticated profile in her Tory Burch Fall 2017 ensemble that had not even the hint of any rebellious style attitude.

I love how the dancer-printed blouse brought an element of feminine whimsy to the corduroy trousers.

It was her monogrammed, winter-white trench coat that really wrapped up the look in classic form, though.

Tory Burch Thomas Coat
Tory Burch Vance Bow Blouse
Tory Burch Tilda Trousers

Rita Ora In Marni – BBC Radio 1

Rita Ora made quite a colourful statement when making her way to the BBC Radio 1 studios in London today (October 20), to promote her new single ‘Anywhere’, which she shot in New York two weeks ago.

Looking like she just stepped off the set from ‘That 70s Show’, the singer turned heads wearing a Marni Fall 2017 nylon knit top, checked trousers, alpaca coat and calf leather sandals.

There is a lot of colours, patterns and textures to contend with here, but I feel like this pulls this off with great aplomb; after all this isn’t her first flirtation with 70s style.

Hit or miss?

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