Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Solange Knowles In Zero + Maria Cornejo & Clover Canyon - The Fader magazine’s Uncapped Event

Solange Knowles performed during The Fader magazine’s Uncapped event held at the Atlantis Laundromat in Brooklyn, New York, yesterday evening.

She arrived wearing a Zero + Maria Cornejo printed long-sleeve jumpsuit with a wrap front which she styled with a pattern-packed Nicholas Kirkwood for Peter Pilotto open-toe booties from the Spring 2013 collection featuring cut-out details, a beaded lace-up strap and a patent-leather panel at the heel.

The singer had me at the jumpsuit, but completely swept me off my feet with the shoe choice. I love the contrasting print and complementary colours. Were the shoes a step too far for you?

For her performance the print-loving songstress turned to one of her favourite brands of the moment, Clover Canyon, donning an embroidered sweater shirt and pineapple jacquard shorts from their Resort 2014 collection.

This look was also paired with statement-making heels with multi-colour snakeskin panels from the ALDO Rise x Preen Spring 2013 collection providing a striking contrast once again.

If I could pick two pieces from this look I would love to own the jumpsuit and the second pair of heels.

Solange Knowles In Zero + Maria Cornejo & Clover Canyon

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For the last few seasons I have been intrigued by the bearded dude I was always seeing around at fashion week.

My first thought was he must be a stylist, but Justin O’Shea is actually the Buying Director of MyTheresa.com.

They say don’t judge a book by its cover. The cover may say biker or rocker, but the man, who decides what we wear, is regarded as a fashion icon for his sharp, snazzy style. Read more…

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Maggie Gyllenhaal joined co-star Viola Davis on the red carpet at the NYIT Auditorium in New York City, for the ‘Won’t Back Down’ screening on Friday evening.

The actress wore a Zero + Maria Cornejo Spring 2012 jumpsuit.

As someone who has a major obsession with jumpsuits, I’m loving this sleek navy wide leg pants jumper with its cross over v-neck and gathered waistband.

Maggie has a split personality on the red carpet, going from vivid Dries Van Noten prints to this sophisticated simple look which equally works in her favour.

I think I would’ve loved this look more without the taupe lace Moschino Cheap and Chic blazer, but the punchy pink lip colour keeps this look interesting.

Natural waves, statement earrings and taupe peep-toes completed her look.

Zero + Maria Cornejo jumpsuit
farfetch.com and farfetch.com US.
Moschino Cheap and Chic lace blazer
Nordstrom.com

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It takes more than expensive clothes and the ability to put together a decent outfit to count yourself amongst the upper echelons of street style stars. And if you want to know how to earn that illustrious title for yourself, look no further than stylist and Tatler Russia fashion director Anya Ziourova.

Anya’s eye for colour and shape allows her to piece together ensembles that seem completely outrageous, but take on a new life under her experienced eye. Not to say that she can’t do understated elegance too — the lust-worthy nature of Anya’s style is that even the simplest shirt comes alive when paired with the right shoes or bag.

So it’s official: the best way to get a little fashion-inspired is to take a look at some of Anya’s street style looks, but be prepared to want to think very far outside of the box. Read more…

You know the stereotype that fashion girls love black, don’t smile, and think fashion is très important and no laughing matter? Well Elisa Nalin has proven time and again that the above stereotype is also false. A lover of colour who is always ready to crack a smile for the camera, Nalin — a Paris-based stylist and style consultant — is the ultimate when it comes to fashion’s favorite street style darling.

Elisa seems to interpret every major trend with ease, so it’s no surprise that her talents are sought after by Dazed & Confused, La Perla, Le Bonmarché and numerous other industry heavyweights.

Elisa’s style aesthetic is evident from her list of favorite designers, which includes Dries van Noten, Pierre Hardy and Christian Louboutin. But don’t take our word for it.  Everything you need to know about this Italy-born fashionista’s style can be found on today’s bevy of street style sites.

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