Like you know París Fashion Week is over. So I want to introduce you some awesome street style that I fell in love.
- “ANNA DELLO RUSSO:Once described by Helmut Newton as a “fashion maniac”, Anna Dello Russo is currently the Editor At Large and creative consultant for Vogue Japan.Anna spent 18 years at Conde Nast Italia starting as a Fashion Editor at Vogue Italia she went on to become Editor of L’Uomo Vogue from 2000-2006.
Anna was born in Bari in Southern Italy, and now lives in Milan with her dog Cucciolina.
She is an avid collector of fashion and jewellery and describes herself as a passionate fashionista.”
- SPANISH GIRLS, Gala González, Paula Ordovás y Sara
“Gala Gonzalez of Inside Am-Lul’s Closet, just get it right: highly personal, effortless style documented regularly, broken up with enough other content to keep readers coming back for more. A twenty-something Spanish stylist and creative director based in London, Gonzalez lives and breathes what she posts about daily, and it comes across on her site. Created with the goal to “display, share and learn,” her daily musings and photos have catapulted her to the forefront of the bloggerati, sitting next to Gwyneth at fashion shows, hosting huge product launches in Madrid and even designing her own clothing line. Aside from her tastemaking talent, the genuine enjoyment Gonzalez seems to get out of what she does goes a long way in setting her apart from her too-cool-for-fashion-school peers”
“Paula Ordovás is a fashion journalist and public relations. She was born in Madrid where she currently lives and handles the communication of a number of fashion firms. Ordovás is also the Social Media Strategist for Mercedes-Benz Madrid Fashion week and collaborates with several magazines including Vogue México and Latinoamérica. She is Ambassador of luxury brands and has collaborated with big names in the world of fashion such as Dior, Bvlgari, Armani, Tiffany & Co., Issey Miyake, H&M and Lancôme among others. Awarded by Acotex Best Blogger 2013, Paula inspires through her blog with her looks and shares her world and interests in fashion, beauty and lifestyle.”
- CHIARA FERRAGNI
“Chiara Ferragni was born in Cremona in 1987. She inherited from her mother the passion for fashion and photography and already when she was a teenager she became popular on the first online communities, where she shared photos she was taking with her friends. In 2009, when blogs were not yet the today phenomenon, she launched TheBlondeSalad.com, to express herself and relate to 360°.
The Blonde Salad is much more than a blog today , it’s a real source of inspiration and style for millions people in Italy and around the world. Chiara Ferragni collaborates today with the major Fashion Houses, she appears in the most read magazines, she is the creative director of her shoe line which is entirely Made in Italy and she has been named by Business of Fashion as one of the most influential personalities of the international fashion world.”
- KRISTINA BAZAN
“Founded in 2011 by Kristina Bazan and her partner James Chardon, Kayture is the most influencial blog in Switzerland, and one of the biggest names worldwide thanks to it’s vast international reach. According to teen vogue, Kristina is « singlehandedly making Geneva, Switzerland, the French-speaking fashion capital of the world with her je ne sais quoi”.
- OLIVIA PALERMO
- SONG AND CANDELA NOVEMBER
“Most people will dedicate their lives to building one career. At just 25, Aimee Song has already reached considerable success in two, as sought-after interior designer and It Blogger behind Song of Style. Song of Style, thanks to Aimee’s knack for creating bold but laid-back real-life outfits, has amassed almost 4 million monthly views and garnered collaborations with the likes of Piperlime and 7 For All Mankind. It’s a setup that seems carefully orchestrated–what better backdrop for an outfit shot then an active construction site?–but its beginnings were surprisingly serendipitous. We caught up with Song in L.A. to talk platforms (heels and social media), parents, and the challenges of life as a personal brand.”