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An English aristo aes­thetic ruled at a rainy fash­ion week

Harper’s Bazaar (Australia) - - Contents -

CHECKS, tweeds, la­dy­like hand­bags and quilted jack­ets all sound like the per­fect ac­com­pa­ni­ments for a week­end away in the English coun­try­side. In­stead, they be­came the uni­form for many fash­ion week at­ten­dees at the A/W 2017 shows. Per­haps the cur­rent Princess Diana ex­hi­bi­tion at Kens­ing­ton Palace in London has in­spired a new ap­pre­ci­a­tion for early ’80s Sloane Ranger chic (just add pie-crust-col­lar blouses to the cloth­ing items above). Or maybe the in­ces­sant rain at Paris fash­ion week sim­ply forced ev­ery­one to wear their most sen­si­ble, weather-de­fy­ing wardrobe items. Ei­ther way, the end re­sult was a street style scene that looked far more de­ter­mined than deca­dent. – Clare Maclean

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1. Pub­lisher and fash­ion con­sul­tant Caro­line Issa. 2. So­cialite Olivia Palermo in Pringle of Scot­land. 3. Straw boater alert. 4. Match­ing checks and frame bag. 5. Jumbo scarf and Cé­line bag. 6. Cé­line coat. 7. Stylist Danielle van Camp in turtle­neck and crushed vel­vet pants. 8. Check mate. 9. Mul­berry bag. 10. Moda Operandi’s Lau­ren Santo Domingo. 11. Blog­ger and au­thor Le­an­dra Me­dine in a Cé­line sleeve­less trench coat.

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