Zimmermann AW14/15 dress, ASOS socks and Zimmermann loafers
Nick Campbell sunglasses, Zimmermann AW14/15 mohair vest, Tibi camisole, Zimmermann trousers and Alexandre Birman heels
Zimmermann AW14/15 blazer, trousers and loafers
Following Zimmermann’s recent show at NYFW I knew I had to get my hands on a few pieces and take them for a spin on the snow-lit streets of New York. It was Zimmermann’s third season showing in the Northern Hemisphere, and in my mind their best yet. The AW14/15 collection, titled Cloud Stompers, was a little tougher than usual, packed with super slick pieces that are both utterly wearable and painstakingly cool.
There were still plenty of beautiful prints and feminine silhouettes that Zimmermann is renown for, but this time around it felt darker and perhaps even a little rebellious. For me it was all about the embellished yet boxy mini dress, the coolest loafers I’ve ever laid eyes on, the fluffy mohair vest in the most incredible minty hue, and of course the sexiest suit known to woman kind. Bring on next winter!
Thank you to my talented friend (and fellow Antipodean photographer) Bridget Fleming for shooting me outside The William, my home away from home while I was in town for Fashion Week.
CO-TE neoprene jacket (similar white jackets available here and here), Watson x Watson leather pants (similar leather pants available here, mid-range option here and budget option available here), Givenchy Obsedia bag and Adidas Original trainers
Keeping things super simple (and a even a little rain resistant) whilst shooting street style here in Paris. Love the extreme whiteness and unexpected texture of this CO-TE jacket. Who knew over-sized neoprene could be so wearable?
Paired with my new favourite Adidas Originals (also extremely white) which I’ve been wearing non-stop since I got them last week. Perfect for running all over Paris in, dodging puddles in the Tuileries and chasing down that perfect shot. Thanks to Sabrina for helping me with these photos outside the always lovely Louvre.
Gerard Darel shearling coat (on sale), Valentino dress from Marissa Collections, Watson x Watson leather pants (similar leather pants available here) and Proenza Schouler patent boots (similar black boots available here and here)
Colour, prints and lace; look at me go! Breaking all kind of sartorial patterns in this Valentino dress from Marissa Collections. Despite my usual preference for unembellished minimalism, there was just something about this long sleeve Valentino beauty I couldn’t walk away from.
Accessorised with a snow-induced red nose after Bridget and I spent a little too long loitering on the streets of Soho after lunch at The Smile. Big thanks to Bridget for braving the snow (in heels no less) and taking these photos for me.
Studio Nicholson pink jumper (similar pink jumpers available here and here), Carly Hunter trousers (similar tan trousers available here and here), Givenchy Obsedia bag and Alexandre Birman heels (high street alternative available here)
After two weeks of shooting street style in New York and London I decided to break out the heels (and the pink) for the final day of LFW. Dressed down with the most comfortable and slouchy sweater-trouser combo I own.
Fashion Week is always a strange time for me – while everyone else is dressing up in beautiful new season pieces I find myself reaching for comfortable footwear and extra thermals. Running around outside each show with a heavy camera in hand isn’t really conducive to looking glamorous. Not that I’d change a thing – as crazy as the street style game has become I love being behind the camera and capturing snippets of beauty and style in between the shows.