Men wearing glasses have always been great. They are perceived as a symbol of being intellectual. In recent years I feel that there is an ongoing change in the perception of woman wearing glasses. Many stylish woman showed up wearing glasses at fashion events. Here are my top 3 woman wearing glasses.
Woman wearing glasses – Ines de la Fressange daughters
Nine d’Urso (20), just for reference the testimonial of Bottega Veneta’s fragrance campaign, and her sister Violette d’Urso (15) often wear glasses while accompanying their mother Inès de la Fressange to some of the hottest fashion events. Both prefer bold, tortoiseshell frames with a vintage edge.
Ines de la Fressange daughters wearing glasses at fashion events, email@example.com, vogue.com, gettyimage.com, elle.com
After reviewing Emmanuelle Alt’s and Carine Roitfeld’s couture week looks here comes a closeup of the outfits of another style icon of mine – Ines de la Fressange. While Emmanuelle strongly adheres to Isabel Marant, Saint Laurent and sometime Balmain for the composition of her looks Carine favors Givenchy and Tom Ford as well as other big name brands. Ines de la Fressange style is totally different. Her looks are usually made up from pieces made by lesser known labels. Thus making her appear like she has handpicked everything on her tasteful shopping trips into the most secret stores of Paris (…the effect is definitely intended as a number of short films named “Ines little diaries” is available on the Roger Vivier homepage. Main actor of the films usually is Ines while shopping in a particular region of Paris! – By the way very inspiring to watch for a Parisian or someone who visits the city more often!) That said what Ines de la Fressange style inspirations can we get from couture week?
Schiaparelli presentation – Ines de la Fressange style
Ines de la Fressange and her beautiful daughter Violette d’Urso on Place Vendome at day one of Paris Couture week, photo@wwd
For her appearance at Schiaparelli Ines de la Fressange chose a simple look combining a cream white tunic top (very similar one from Isabel Marant, available at mytheresa.com) with a pair of cropped pants. Accessories – of course Roger Vivier bag and loafers! Continue reading
In line with a general fashion trend towards minimalism and effortless styling I somehow feel that “French style” is quite trending at the moment. Besides Emmanuelle Alt, editor in chief of French Vogue, I feel that Carine Roitfeld, global fashion director for Harper’s Bazaar, is one of the standout woman, that represent that style. Let’s draw some inspirations from her outfits from couture presentations last week!
Day 1 – Carine Roitfeld style
For the presentations on Monday Carine Roitfeld went for a simple safari style shirt dress and combined it with some leaf printed knee high boots.
For day one of the couture presentations Carine Roitfeld combined a safari shirt dress, which seems to be Celine spring 2014 and a pair of leaf printed boots, very likely to be Hermes, photo Anna Klam Facebook, celine.com, style.com
I am a true Céline addict. The French brand owned by the luxury cluster LVMH simply has some of the best ready to wear. Their skirts are incredible, the coats are among the most comfortable and stylish in the world and the bags, in particular the black Phantom are to die for. And a funny coincidence at Paris Couture last week proofed that a Celine dress is simply the best too!
Carine Roitfeld wearing a safari style shirt dress, very likely to be from Céline’s spring 2014 collection, photos Anna Klam Facebook, Vanity Fair
In general I am a huge fan of “French style” and love to keep all the looks of woman like Caroline de Maigret, Inès de La Fressange, Carine Roitfeld or Clémence Poésy on my pinterest pinboards. However, among all those French style icons one is my personal standout. Its Emmanuelle Alt, editor in chief of Vogue Paris! Comes fashion or couture week I am always totally excited to spot some street style pictures of her on the internet to get some new inspirations! Find some Emmanuelle Alt summer style from the couture week below!
Day 1 – Emmanuelle Alt summer style
For her appearance at the Schiaparelli and Dior shows on Monday Emmanuelle opted for a black pant suit with a black top underneath. The standout element were a pair of red kitten heels with a black cap toe.
For day one of the couture presentations Emmanuelle Alt went for a simple black pant suit spiced up with some red kitten heels, photos @style.com
Alma Jodorowsky, the French actress who played a role in “Blue Is the Warmest Colour” , proofed that she does not only look beautiful but also has great fashion taste. Totally effortless she combined pieces from different looks from the Chanel Dubai show in order to make them parts of her very own outfit for her front row appearance at the Chanel Couture presentation yesterday. For me the standout of her ensemble definitely was the cream white shirt with the tail at the back. Super simple, absolutely elegant and timeless – that’s how a great wardrobe basic should look like. So where to shop for a perfect shirt like the one worn by Alma Jodorowsky?
I love how Alma Jodorowsky mixed pieces from different looks from the Chanel Dubai show to make them her own outfit. firstname.lastname@example.org
Whenever, I see Emmanuelle Alt streetstyle photos I am totally captivated by the simplicity of her look. Its almost all basics but mixed in the way she mixes and worn in the way she wears they have such a great effect. After being a little amazed to see her wearing a black blazer, which is likely to be the Isabel Marant x HM blazer from last fall, for Chanel cruise in Dubai and again at Louis Vuitton cruise in Monaco I was happy to find a photo of the total Monaco look on style.com today. Do you know which 3 important styling “rules” we can learn from her look!?
Emmanuelle Alt and Mademoiselle Agnes at LV cruise Monaco, photo style.com
I recently wrote about French Vogue editor in chief, Emmanuelle Alt’s sartorial choice for Chanel cruise Dubai presentation. She simply went for the black Isabel Marant pour H&M blazer she had been worn several times before. I immediately liked her decision, because she stayed true to her style, although everyone around her was in Chanel. However, I was a little amazed when I saw the following photos of her while attending the Louis Vuitton cruise 2015 presentation in Monaco yesterday….
Emmanuelle Alt at the LV cruise show in Monaco presumably wearing the same Isabel Marant pour H&M blazer she had chosen for her appearance at the Chanel cruise in Dubai a few days before, email@example.com
Yesterday, I spotted a photo of Emmanuelle Alt, one of my favorite style icons, upon arrival at the Chanel resort Dubai show on style.com. As always she looked super effortless in a black blazer worn above a simple T-shirt chinched at the waist with a simple Isabel Marant belt. But stop – look again …. The blazer has a really broad shawl collar, a white lining – Guess I have seen it before …
Emmanuelle Alt attending the Chanel cruise 2015 presentation in Dubai in May 2014, firstname.lastname@example.org
Honestly, I don’t know why it took me such a long time to write a post about the style of French Vogue editor Emmanuelle Alt. I simply love her style and she always provides such incredible inspirations for me. So what makes her style so outstanding? And how to translate the Emmanuelle Alt style into your own wardrobe?
Emmanuelle Alt, Editor in Chief Vogue Paris, photo@http://thehartblog.tumblr.com