We caught up with Yalda and Somen in Rome as they embraced the summer sun in their floaty dresses. They are from Denmark and were visiting this beautiful city as a family. Yalda told us that Rome is one of her favourite cities as it's full of history and that inspires her. She is currently studying to be a dentist in her home country. Somen is also a dental hygiene student; she loves fashion with Zara and Asos being her go-to brands. They seem to have a shared passion for their occupation and their style. They know how to work the high street brands for a high-end look, and we bet they'll always have a glowing smile to match!@The_yaqubis @somenyaqubi
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Diana was hanging around brick lane during the Sunday Market. She was working that popular summer look: the striped trouser! Diana is a marketing student, and she says her inspiration doesn't come from anything, in particular, she just likes to feel comfortable, fresh, and cute at the same time. American author Ryan Holiday said, "In my experience, marketing is best when it proves the product it is supporting." Diana, those clothes convey the exact look you were going for, we're sold!
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Jason loves an oversized look. He is a Parisian who we spotted at Rue des Rosiers on a Saturday while he was having a drink with a friend. The street name means "street of the rosebushes," and sits in the heart of the Jewish quarter on the 4th arrondissement. The last ten years have seen a change in this area with modern showrooms replacing quaint boutiques. The shops here stay open even on a Sunday so it's the place to pick up a sartorial treat or some food any time of the week. Jason works for American Vintage, a shop that's also nearby. This part of town has got everything he needs, so why leave! @nooklesloveme
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How could you not fail to do what it says on Moussa's bag? In that outfit, he's hard to miss! Each item of his wardrobe reminds him where he bought it; those checked trousers came from a shop in Soho and the jacket was from London; it does have that punk element! It may be an international wardrobe but it works! Moussa explained that he loves contemporary art and fashion, we think he's a natural, at the clothes, we haven't seen his artwork. Earlier this year he visited Fondazione Prada in Milan. We wonder if he took a stop at their Wes-Anderson-inspired cafe Bar Luce? He did take some time to colour coordinate his look to the artwork, sounds like something Wes would do! @_mouss.a
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We caught up with Yalda and Somen in Rome as they embraced the summer sun in their floaty dresses. They are from Denmark and were visiting this beautiful city as a family. Yalda told us that Rome is one of her favourite cities as it's full of history and that inspires her. She is currently studying to be a dentist in her home country. Somen is also a dental hygiene student; she loves fashion with Zara and Asos being her go-to brands. They seem to have a shared passion for their occupation and their style. They know how to work the high street brands for a high-end look, and we bet they'll always have a glowing smile to match!@The_yaqubis @somenyaqubi
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How could you not fail to do what it says on Moussa's bag? In that outfit, he's hard to miss! Each item of his wardrobe reminds him where he bought it; those checked trousers came from a shop in Soho and the jacket was from London; it does have that punk element! It may be an international wardrobe but it works! Moussa explained that he loves contemporary art and fashion, we think he's a natural, at the clothes, we haven't seen his artwork. Earlier this year he visited Fondazione Prada in Milan. We wonder if he took a stop at their Wes-Anderson-inspired cafe Bar Luce? He did take some time to colour coordinate his look to the artwork, sounds like something Wes would do! @_mouss.a
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Jason loves an oversized look. He is a Parisian who we spotted at Rue des Rosiers on a Saturday while he was having a drink with a friend. The street name means "street of the rosebushes," and sits in the heart of the Jewish quarter on the 4th arrondissement. The last ten years have seen a change in this area with modern showrooms replacing quaint boutiques. The shops here stay open even on a Sunday so it's the place to pick up a sartorial treat or some food any time of the week. Jason works for American Vintage, a shop that's also nearby. This part of town has got everything he needs, so why leave! @nooklesloveme
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Victoria is from Canada, she is visiting London for work. She is currently based in New York, as she works for Pepsi. She has an eclectic taste when it comes to her wardrobe and is open to all styles with her favourite brands being Aritzia, Club Monaco, and Fendi. Victoria also loves to travel, loves good food and a cocktail but she can afford to as her gym routine is quite rigorous! She's a woman on the move, but when she stops we wonder if she's in agreement with Author Douglas Copland who said, "I think that in the future, clocks won't say three o'clock anymore. They'll just get right to the point and rename three o'clock 'Pepsi!" @victoriachok
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Diana was hanging around brick lane during the Sunday Market. She was working that popular summer look: the striped trouser! Diana is a marketing student, and she says her inspiration doesn't come from anything, in particular, she just likes to feel comfortable, fresh, and cute at the same time. American author Ryan Holiday said, "In my experience, marketing is best when it proves the product it is supporting." Diana, those clothes convey the exact look you were going for, we're sold!
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Arielle was spotted in Soho on her way home from work at Marc Jacobs. Her look today was inspired by colour, we love the complimentary blue against the gold velvet. She explained that she dresses like this all the time and likes to stand out. She's an assistant knitwear designer and when we asked her which brands she liked she said she was a fan of Balenciaga and Gucci and of course, she mentioned Marc Jacobs, she was wearing a few pieces from his brand.. those are our kind of perks! @palefacearielle
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We caught up with Yalda and Somen in Rome as they embraced the summer sun in their floaty dresses. They are from Denmark and were visiting this beautiful city as a family. Yalda told us that Rome is one of her favourite cities as it's full of history and that inspires her. She is currently studying to be a dentist in her home country. Somen is also a dental hygiene student; she loves fashion with Zara and Asos being her go-to brands. They seem to have a shared passion for their occupation and their style. They know how to work the high street brands for a high-end look, and we bet they'll always have a glowing smile to match!@The_yaqubis @somenyaqubi
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Arielle was spotted in Soho on her way home from work at Marc Jacobs. Her look today was inspired by colour, we love the complimentary blue against the gold velvet. She explained that she dresses like this all the time and likes to stand out. She's an assistant knitwear designer and when we asked her which brands she liked she said she was a fan of Balenciaga and Gucci and of course, she mentioned Marc Jacobs, she was wearing a few pieces from his brand.. those are our kind of perks! @palefacearielle
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Jason loves an oversized look. He is a Parisian who we spotted at Rue des Rosiers on a Saturday while he was having a drink with a friend. The street name means "street of the rosebushes," and sits in the heart of the Jewish quarter on the 4th arrondissement. The last ten years have seen a change in this area with modern showrooms replacing quaint boutiques. The shops here stay open even on a Sunday so it's the place to pick up a sartorial treat or some food any time of the week. Jason works for American Vintage, a shop that's also nearby. This part of town has got everything he needs, so why leave! @nooklesloveme
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Joe Christmas is a photographer from London. We took a look at his website and he's a talented guy. He documents people with a realism along the lines of Martin Parr. We talked about fashion for men in the UK, and unlike his earthy imagery, he adores the classic minimalism of Scandi brand COS because there he can find quality, well-cut trousers and great prices of course! Then there's the jacket, injecting a rather more Peruvian sprit into his outfit, we wondered if the red was significant. And as for the name, we still aren't sure if it's real or made up.....but we're believers so don't anyone spoil it for us! @joe_christmas
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Diana was hanging around brick lane during the Sunday Market. She was working that popular summer look: the striped trouser! Diana is a marketing student, and she says her inspiration doesn't come from anything, in particular, she just likes to feel comfortable, fresh, and cute at the same time. American author Ryan Holiday said, "In my experience, marketing is best when it proves the product it is supporting." Diana, those clothes convey the exact look you were going for, we're sold!
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Gussie has style and brains! And she told us that she loves street style...welcome to our world Gussie! She's a recent Harvard graduate and aspiring writer who names Alexander Wang and Isabel Marant as two of her favourite brands. Mark Twain wrote, “The difference between the almost right word and the right word is really a large matter. ’tis the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning.” We're sure that Gussie's professors saw some of that lightning in her work and as for her style, her Instagram handle says it all! @gussierocs
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How could you not fail to do what it says on Moussa's bag? In that outfit, he's hard to miss! Each item of his wardrobe reminds him where he bought it; those checked trousers came from a shop in Soho and the jacket was from London; it does have that punk element! It may be an international wardrobe but it works! Moussa explained that he loves contemporary art and fashion, we think he's a natural, at the clothes, we haven't seen his artwork. Earlier this year he visited Fondazione Prada in Milan. We wonder if he took a stop at their Wes-Anderson-inspired cafe Bar Luce? He did take some time to colour coordinate his look to the artwork, sounds like something Wes would do! @_mouss.a
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Lexi has been hard at work studying, she's a new design graduate from Germany. Congrats Lexi! She studied fashion identity & material development. We're fascinated how style can say so much in a fleeting moment. In the future, Lexi would like to move more into photography and magazine graphics. But before that, she's taking a well-earned break for a couple of months in Venice Beach. She was working the two-tone look to perfection. As for her companion, he prefers to rock the black white and tan look! @lexi.op
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Victoria is from Canada, she is visiting London for work. She is currently based in New York, as she works for Pepsi. She has an eclectic taste when it comes to her wardrobe and is open to all styles with her favourite brands being Aritzia, Club Monaco, and Fendi. Victoria also loves to travel, loves good food and a cocktail but she can afford to as her gym routine is quite rigorous! She's a woman on the move, but when she stops we wonder if she's in agreement with Author Douglas Copland who said, "I think that in the future, clocks won't say three o'clock anymore. They'll just get right to the point and rename three o'clock 'Pepsi!" @victoriachok
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Braylen loves stripes, in fact, he's obsessed with them, so now his outfit makes total sense! He loves to share his style online and then he gets to go away on holidays and he shares them too, how generous! The last trip was to party Island Ibiza and Formentera, its rather more relaxed sister. We wonder which island Braylen preferred, judging by the outfit we'd say the first. But there are some things you just can't get away from... Douglas Copland said, "even when you take a holiday from technology, technology doesn't take a break from you." Even on the sun-drenched shores of Ibiza, we bet Braylen is poised to bring you a little bit of beach life, ready steady click!
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