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Are festivals the new fashion week? The past few years have seen an explosive “festival style” trend take
Candice Lake does Paris Fashion Week! The gorgeous it-girl photographer snapped the nowest Spring looks on the street, while hopping from show to show. Get major fashion inspiration from all the key trends—including spring florals, norm-core and embellished styles—off the catwalk, modeled by this season’s biggest bloggers, off-duty models and style-savvy editors.
This year’s string of spring/summer fashion weeks went out with bang in Paris and Nemesis Babe was there to catch all of the best over-the-top street style goodness, just for us.
High contrast colors and bold graphic prints ruled the streets of Milan during fashion week and, as usual, our girl Nemesis Babe was in the thick of the vibrant action. She sent us some of the crowd’s most decadent looks for us to feast our hungry eyes on.
London fashion week is in full force, which means the style mavens of The Big Smoke are gallivanting from show to show in their best accouterments. As usual, we’re living vicariously through our favorite street style photog, Marie Jensen (aka Nemesis Babe) who’s there to catch every incredible furry, rainbow jacket, sequined sweater, and oversized jersey in real time, just for us.
With their penchant for staying chic in sneakers and biking rather than Benzing to fashion week, there’s a lot to love about the style stars of Copenhagen. This weekend marked the end of their fashion week, but luckily we had Marie Jensen on the street to shoot all the best looks. If you’re interested in going #normcore, look no further: Copenhagen Fashion Week welcomes more chunky knits, heels with socks, and furry flip flops than you’ve ever seen.
In the high school of life, Mallory Llewellyn and Tallulah Willis are the girls everyone else wants to be. They’re the ones who look impossibly cool in their off-kilter outfits. They are also the girls that come off super intimidating, but are actually friends with every kid in every clique, from the weirdos to the goths to the jocks to the cheerleaders: that’s just how they roll. At 20-years old, Mallory and Tallulah aren’t that far removed from high school, but they are still the girls that every other girl wants to be. In March of this year, the best friends with “the same taste but totally different style” launched The Clothing Coven (really cool Instagram found here), an online magazine that they intend to act as, in the words of Mallory, “pretty much a helm for every type of girl. It can be a place for the weirdo who doesn’t fit in, the pretty girl who has no friends because everyone is jealous, or the mom who wants to stay hip on what her kids are into.”
The Clothing Coven isn’t just a fashion blog: the site covers everything from style to music to photography to art to travel, all with a distinctly personal touch, like your two imaginary best friends are cluing you in as to what’s up in the world of cool.
Recently Tallulah and Mallory took a month-long trip to NYC and shared with us their favorite moments:
The Little Black Dress has always been pretty famous, but now it’s all about challenging the classic interpretation. Revealing cutouts and bodycon fits are the name of the game, and with temperatures turning up, it’s kind of the perfect time to redefine the LBD.
Fashion weeks come and go, but the Couture shows are unforgettable. Almost as important as the hand-made gowns that drift down the runway are the people who watch and critique them, editors and bloggers and buyers who are usually outfitted in the pumps, tees, and bags du jour. Because we have to work (but still dream in couture), we got photo genius Marie Jensen to document her favorite looks from the street!
We promised serious Australian Fashion Week coverage, and we’re bringing it. Today, we’re all about that Aussie street style, and our correspondent down under/Nasty Gal Buyer Lisa Williams is on the scene getting all the best snaps. Check out some of our favorite ensembles below. (Psst, we see you Tuula Vintage!)