In the latest Vogue Germany December issue we see an editorial named "Eigen Sinnlich. Moderne Modepoesie: Dandy meets Diva," where fashion model Kati Nescher appears at the foggy beach sporting gorgeous retro inspired ensembles styled with statement hats. I personally adore that special styling, where dandy meets diva look. As you know, dandy is more appropriate to menswear styling, where a man is dressed impeccably. This year, lots of designers updated this style, by offering its female clientèle mannish silhouettes and tailored looks. Of course this way of dressing wont suit every lady, as it looks ideal on a slender, fragile girl (as it's seen in the following images). Those of you who want to update this way of dressing will for sure like to mix up of dandy with diva. The mannish tailoring looks great with long and wide silhouettes. Nevertheless, the cuts look simple and colors are muted. Still, this look is better to wear at special occasions, but not at work. Hope these images will inspire you to make your own sophisticated wardrobe for the next season.
The classic pantsuit is updated with wide silhouette of pants and slim-fit of shortened suit jacket. I like the oversized, straw hat on this model.
Let's welcome bright colored looks which are ideal or wearing this Autumn-Winter season. We see Joan Smalls who appears in the latest crazy-styled cover shoot story of December issue of Vogue Japan. The editorial name is "Paiting of Winter." The fashion model is photographed by Giampaolo Sgura and styled by Anna Dello Russo. Joan is wearing colorful looks from the likes of Chanel, Fendi, adidas, Kate, Spade, Prada, Alexander Wang, Emporio Armani, Balenciaga and Miu Miu. It looks like there is nothing more brighter than these eclectic separates. I personally like the mixing of various styles, prints and colors. Every outfit looks individual, original and fun. We see animal touches in the forms of shark and mouse hats, as well as dragon-like bags and dog's snout clutches.
The fur hood looks gorgeous styled with a heavy camouflage outerwear. Look at this awesome Chanel chain neckpiece.
Lost in Translation or Extreme Direction of Street Fashion. Fashion model Magdalena Frackowiak brings a touch of hipster or homeless style (in good meaning) a brand new meaning to street fashion in Antidote Magazine’s Shoe Issue. I can tell you for sure, I've never seen Magdalena in this way before. This shoot is so glamorous and so Italian! Magdalena's looks are so fashionable in hobo style.
Photographer: Giampaolo Sgura
Creative Director: Yann Weber
Stylist: Belén Casadevall
Hair: Tomohiro Ohashi and Adrien Pinault
Welcome to the City Jungle. Fashion label Max Mara Studio takes us back into the glam style of the 60'ies with its Autumn-Winter campaign. Frida Gustavsson and Kinga Rajzak are like real 60 fashionistas sport chic outerwear, knee high hems, half-sleeve sweaters, gorgeous outerwear, like fitted coats with fur collars, jackets, glam boots, bags and leather headbands.