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Grey Matter

Ray Ban Wayfarers, D.Efect coat from Bengt Fashion, G.Star turtleneck knit, Josh Goot skirt and Acne boots

When Grazia.it got in touch a few weeks back to ask if I would shoot a look for them in some of my favourite pieces, I all too happily obliged. The perfect opportunity to indulge in a little grey on grey. Don’t ask me why, but despite the drab winter weather, the only thing I want to rug up in lately is chunky grey jumpers and oversized peppery coats.

And I can’t get enough of monotone dressing; it’s pretty much the ultimate exercise in minimalism. Just break up the look with a few textures and forgo any embellishments. See the full feature over at Grazia.it here.

Alice

I shot Alice for my latest street style column in Grazia, down an alleyway in Soho near an endless supply of great cafes and restaurants. I’m really liking Alice’s fitted tartan suit, it’s slick and 90′s grunge all at the same time. There are so many amazing girls in London with unique, super-cool style, and I’m really excited about shooting so many new faces over the coming months.

Aude

I met Aude in Brussels, in a super cool store by the name of Hunting and Collecting. Everything about it was right on the money; understated but cool visual merchandising, a great designer selection and a carefully curated space.

It was Aude’s amazing jacket that caught my eye. Since diving head first into a European winter, I have become obsessed with coats and jackets of any kind. And Aude’s coat by French designer Christophe Lemaire is one of the best I’ve seen around; perfectly over-sized, with subtle tweed fabric and two roomy pockets. I love her vintage sweater and Avelon leather pants too – both ultimate winter essentials when it comes to braving the cold. But it’s her beautiful red hair that makes this look; striking and super casual all at the same time.

Lia-Belle

I shot beautiful Lia-Belle on a glorious summers day for my latest street style column in Grazia Australia. Hands down one of the warmest, most hard-working girls I’ve had the blessing of befriending, so it was very fitting that Lia-Belle was my last street style subject in Sydney. For the time being at least anyway.

Lia-Belle is the epitome of cool in this stripe on stripe combo by Dorota. It’s such a refreshing take on the classic stripe; a little textured and perfectly cut. The crop is super flattering – it’s as far away from the silhouettes of the 90’s as possible – sexy but not too revealing. It’s all about showing some skin without exposing the belly button.

I’m a big fan of Australian label Dorota (particularly this dress here) – her pieces are the perfect balance of super cute and super cool. The website is coming soon, so keep an eye out.