This Is It — A Look Back at the Year's Best Street Style : Just because it's cooler outside doesn't mean you have to adhere to a darker dress palette — we're loving the use of flirty pastels against a relaxed silhouette.
The designer: Known for gorgeous gowns fit for a princess, the Lebanese designer is adding equally inspiring daywear (complete with a cooler edge) to his specialty list of late. This season it’s about: A Japanese influence. Kimono silhouettes meet 3-D cherry blossom embellishment and lilac “wisteria” ruffles for a refined spin on kawaii-style pieces. The piece to buy: The lilac evening dress. For accessories? The embellished sandals.
The Look: Deconstructed Sixties How-To: The Tory girl is pulling her style inspiration from slightly less traditional places this season—Morocco over Paris, '60s over '70s—and she's cooler and edgier, too. Her eyeliner is almost even, but she smudged it a little and didn't feel the need to clean it up. Her hair started out in this high, Bardot-esque twist, but it's hot out and she's sweaty and who the hell cares? Guido Palau made a short, imperfect part—"asymmetry is a lot more flattering…
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