When it comes to Fashion Week, half the excitement for us at Wear Next is seeing the street style. It’s fascinating observing what each individual has chosen to wear, and it serves as inspiration for us all season. There are clear trends when it comes to street style, but it’s also the expression of individuality we admire. There are certain people who wear theirs perfectly, and these are the women we’ll be watching next season. Here are our favourites.
The Copenhagen-based stylist never ceases to inspire us with her style. Always wearing a bold pattern, print or colour, she knows exactly how to put together a winning combination and makes it look effortless. She’s often compared to Sex And The City’s Carrie Bradshaw and it’s not hard to see why.
Another familiar face on the street style circuit, Tiffany is MyTheresa’s Buying Director so she knows each season’s trends like the back of her hand. It comes as no surprise then that she’s one of the most-watched at Fashion Week and on Instagram for her eye-wateringly cool looks.
Another fashion insider, Milan-based Tamu is a photographer, writer and editor who knows how to create a killer street style outfit perfectly. Her creative flair is the key ingredient to her successful lifestyle website All The Pretty Birds too. There’s always a pop of colour in her outfits, but somehow it’s never too much.
When Precious isn’t walking runways for Versace or Tommy Hilfiger at Fashion Week, the model is just as noticeable on the street style circuit. Precious, who was the first-ever African American plus-size model to appear in American Vogue, always looks flawless in what she wears, whether it’s all-over sequins or a minimal LBD.
Monikh has made quite the name for herself when it comes to fashion thanks to her minimalist style. The stylist and influencer never fails to appear on best-dressed lists at Fashion Week due to her skill at styling simplicity, proving that clean lines and muted tones are still very much en vogue.
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