Amsterdam Fashion Week Day 5: Streetstyle

On the last day of fashion week, which was (sadly) almost a whole week ago, all of the guests at Monique Collignon pulled out the stops donning elegant and trendy looks. Stylist and PR agent, Graziella Ferraro is wearing vintage Versace. She told me it was from one of the last collections of Gianni Versace, and I love the graphic print and colours combined with the fun tassels. Her purple beret is so cute and her arm candy is executed to perfection. I need to go to Italy ASAP to scout out some Vintage Versace too! Rosanna Hoo is wearing an asymmetrical sheer chiffon skirt combined with a white eyelet jacket and blouse. I like the play with colours here and that killer belt. One of the biggest trends I’ve noticed on the streets of Amsterdam are the Isabel Marant sneakers. This woman pulled off wearing them with a button-up… View Full Post

Amsterdam Fashion Week – Day 3: Street Style

Yesterday, I caught the Green Fashion Competition (more on that later), and there were many fashionable attendees. I love her Little Red Riding Hood ensemble. Everything is coordinated and it’s very playful. I’m definitely going to invest in a bright wool coat here! I love the white lace details of her peter pan collar blouse. Wearing a gorgeous Versace for H&M leather bomber, sheer chiffon maxi skirt and tribal necklace, this woman has trends down. I love the way she’s pulled it off effortlessly. Look at the details of her gold cuff and green nail polish. I die for that jacket! Here’s another cute and casual look. Her dress was a soft suedette and I love the colour of her blazer. The hat is cute too. I’m off to check out the shows again today, so get ready for some more Amsterdam fashion week coverage!

Amsterdam Fashion Week – Day Two: Streetstyle

Today, I headed to Amsterdam Fashion Week. ¬†Unfortunately, I came to early to catch Grazia Magazine’s show by Elise Kim, but I met a few people there and snapped some pictures of fashionable attendees. I could not get over this Givenchy handbag! It had beautiful structure and contrasting details. I could only dream about owning a showpiece like this! One trend that popped up quite a bit was the colour orange. Tangerine tango is the it-colour of 2012, according to Pantone, and it is without a doubt, the Netherlands’ signature hue. The colour popped up on accessories, from boots to scarves. There was only a light drizzle today, but this umbrella is more about drama than functionality. His sunglasses were unlike anything I’ve seen before, and he’s got layering down pat. I’m starting to learn from Dutch people, layering is essential in this dampness! This model-off-duty caught my eye. Very… View Full Post