How Editors Plan to Dress for the Fashion Week!

How Editors Plan to Dress for the Fashion Week!

Sophistication runs high in editor aesthetics while comfort is often just an afterthought. Top fashion editors attend each show in full glory, driven to the venues and switching to high heels inside their cars at the very last moment. They style their outfits months in advance, based on up-and-coming trends. The priority here is to experiment with colors and shapes, new designers, and trends. Let’s dress up like a fashion insider!

Playful Prints

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Girly outfits frequently involve quirky prints. Partygoers would pick the RIXO London Ibiza Star Brona Ruffle Mini Dress combining ruffles and starts. The Claudie Pierlot Ring Star Print Ruffled Mini Dress is a bolder version of this mix. Art-loving editors would be naturally drawn to the Zadig & Voltaire Ryu Print Manga Deluxe Shirtdress.

Men’s Shirts

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Androgynous looks are leaning more towards masculinity or femininity depending on editors’ mood. They might love the Carven Crochet Trim Fit & Flare Shirtdress because it fuses a mannish button down with a lace-trimmed full skirt. They tap into avant-gardeness with the Balenciaga Oversize Striped Split-Sleeve Shirt. And they fall in love with the bold motif of the Equipment Leema Striped Silk Shirt.

Waist-Ties

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On-trend silhouettes are either oversize or relaxed, yet there is always an option to accentuate the waist, as in good old times. Editors’ schedules during the ‘fashion month’ are tight, so they need the versatility and adjustability of the Diane von Furstenberg Mura Tile Tie-Front Dress and the Diane von Furstenberg Belvedere Print Maxi Wrap Dress.  A sash belt also accentuates the bohemian silhouette of the Rachel Zoe Catrina Cold-Shoulder Ruffle Silk Romper.

Neo-Romantic Flair

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Retro style is a study in past decades of fashion; a favorite topic of fashion magazines. In that spirit, mix edgy accessories with the 3.1 Phillip Lim Ring Belt Pleated Skirt. Combine the HVN Maria Vine Print Belted Silk Satin Dress with a basket purse and block-heel mules the way Harvey Viera-Newton – founder of the brand – would do. Fashion insiders are nostalgic of the Renaissance too. Embrace this attitude with the Valentino Celia Birtwell Primavera Print Mini Dress inspired by Sandro Botticelli’s work.  

Dark Wardrobe

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Right before the whole ‘fashion circus’ of colorful bloggers took to the streets, most prestigious editors were clad in black, especially during the NYFW. Some of them still love the understated luxury of dark outfits. It’s actually ideal for busy girls! Think of the Alice + Olivia Josette Cropped Embellished Military Jacket with statement closures or the 3.1 Phillip Lim Western Beaded Jacket & Shorts with subtle beading. Or opt for the Zadig & Voltaire Rine Print Silk Mini Dress with a floral print.


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