ANY­ONE WHO

Harper’s Bazaar (Australia) - - The Bazaar -

has ever looked in their wardrobe in the morn­ing and been crip­pled with doubt about which skirt to put with which top will be able to ap­pre­ci­ate why most de­sign­ers, when faced with how to put to­gether their cat­walk col­lec­tions, call in a pro­fes­sional stylist. So when a de­signer has fin­ished dream­ing up a new sil­hou­ette or fab­ric em­bel­lish­ment, it’s then down to the stylist to ham­mer home the mood of the col­lec­tion. Maybe a shirt with trousers will be­come more re­laxed thanks to half­tucked-in tails, or a sheer dress will be given a ro­man­tic boost by lace-trimmed lin­gerie un­der­neath.the goal, of course, is to make the cloth­ing more cov­etable, but how many of the styling tricks made pop­u­lar at the S/S 2016 shows can ac­tu­ally be ap­plied in the ev­ery­day? And how? We asked BAZAAR’S fash­ion ed­i­tor, Karla Clarke, to help bridge the run­way-to-real-life di­vide.

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