This Fall's neutral manifests itself in many forms, from chunky cable knits and long, slim cardigans to over-sized coats and chic accessories. Play up your masculine side with this deep-V Marni sweater and A.P.C. corduroy blazer, or go a little rock n' roll, camel style in these Bess leather, zip-front leggings and Maje Ampoule leather top.
Donatella looks oh-so Versace in her assymetrical, cut-out blue dress and Vogue Italia Editor-in-Chief Franca Sozzani opts for full and floral under a rust colored cardigan and paired with a chandelier earring for a little big of glamour.
Gucci creative director Frida Giannini goes sleek, sexy and Italian with a tuxedo jacket and pant.
Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld Olivier Lalanne (Vogue Hommes International/Vogue Paris), Emmanulle Alt (Vogue Paris), Peter Dundas (Pucci Creative Director), Lou Doillon (French model/actress) Carine and Phoebe Philo (Céline Creative Director) Lou Doillon (looking pretty hot in that strappy LBD) and Karl
Fashion Editor, David Vandewal piled on pattern, print and texture in this nomadic Fall spread for the New York Times' T Magazine. Fur, yes. Plaid , yes. Chunky ethnic print knits, yes. Anything less than five layers, no. Here's to layering it on and staying warm this winter...
Vogue Paris gives us a selection of their "Working Girl" essentials, including Céline chocolate croc bag, Dolce and Gabbana leopard print iPad case, Gianvito Rossi velvet lace-up stiletto boot, Ralph Lauren doctor's bag, Nancy Gonzalez camel croc iPhone case and no European city girl's wardrobe would be complete without one, a designer Vespa helmet. Now to find me a job in Paris...check out the complete list here.
With all of the these designer (fill in the blank) for this store (fill in the blank) and this celebrity (fill in the blank) for that label (fill in the blank), I will say there isn't much that could delight or surprise me. But this, Alber Elbaz doing a collection for H&M, this is quite a delightful surprise.
You may just see me camping out on the eve of November 2nd, we'll call it Christmas.
As reported by my (wanna-be) friend Amy Odell at The Cut.