Rayssa knows how to make high street look high-end with all but the bag sourced there. She's originally from Portugal, now living in Berlin. she explained that she loves walking with friends, going to the movies, eating and dancing. "Who doesn't love that?", she said and when it's back to work Rayssa is spending her time as a saleswoman in a shop. She really does love the high street! As for her style sho told us, "my outfits are quite simple and cosy; this dress is one of my favourites and I got it from my mum, that's what we call economic dressing! @rayssaserejo_
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We met Manisha in South Molten Street when we spotted that smiley Hill and Friends bag. Manisha is born and bred in London with Indian heritage. She was out to do some shopping and generally looking at brands for her new business as a personal stylist. It all happened organically; she started helping out mums at the school gates who needed something to wear for their nights out. She would lend them pieces from her own wardrobe and before long it became a business. Manisha is a great supporter of the British high street and always looks for little twists and interesting details. Her goal is to help all women to feel better in their look and to show them that style is affordable and not just for the rich. Now that's something to smile about! @stylebymanisha
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We love the contrasting colours in Georgette's look. She's Cameroonian and half Austrian. She explained that she was with her class to visit London for a week. Georgette has career aspirations on many levels; when she graduates she would like to do social work abroad with a goal to eventually work with children and to participate in or create projects to help those in need. However, there's another side to her life that is just as contrasting as her colour palette; when she's not being a good Samaritan she's busy modelling and she hopes in the future it will lead to a focus on the music industry. Author Richelle E. Goodrich said, “The humanitarian is a treasure hunter seeking gems of remedy and appreciation.” While the world of fashion and music can be glamorous and alluring, it's good to see that Georgette navigates it with some alternative gems in mind! @Still_georgette
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We spotted Prang in polka dot chic in Paris; she was heading out of Céline store with a friend. She loves fashion, and as a hobby, she has started a business on Instagram where she sells dresses and summer basics, no wonder; Prang is from Thailand, she might be used to hot weather but she likes to visit the city of love to get inspired and seek out new brands and creators. Her classic dress and boots lent her a Parisian look; she was wearing Le Spec and a Chanel bag, so she fitted right in - Voilà! @lovegramshop
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Rayssa knows how to make high street look high-end with all but the bag sourced there. She's originally from Portugal, now living in Berlin. she explained that she loves walking with friends, going to the movies, eating and dancing. "Who doesn't love that?", she said and when it's back to work Rayssa is spending her time as a saleswoman in a shop. She really does love the high street! As for her style sho told us, "my outfits are quite simple and cosy; this dress is one of my favourites and I got it from my mum, that's what we call economic dressing! @rayssaserejo_
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We spotted Prang in polka dot chic in Paris; she was heading out of Céline store with a friend. She loves fashion, and as a hobby, she has started a business on Instagram where she sells dresses and summer basics, no wonder; Prang is from Thailand, she might be used to hot weather but she likes to visit the city of love to get inspired and seek out new brands and creators. Her classic dress and boots lent her a Parisian look; she was wearing Le Spec and a Chanel bag, so she fitted right in - Voilà! @lovegramshop
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We love the contrasting colours in Georgette's look. She's Cameroonian and half Austrian. She explained that she was with her class to visit London for a week. Georgette has career aspirations on many levels; when she graduates she would like to do social work abroad with a goal to eventually work with children and to participate in or create projects to help those in need. However, there's another side to her life that is just as contrasting as her colour palette; when she's not being a good Samaritan she's busy modelling and she hopes in the future it will lead to a focus on the music industry. Author Richelle E. Goodrich said, “The humanitarian is a treasure hunter seeking gems of remedy and appreciation.” While the world of fashion and music can be glamorous and alluring, it's good to see that Georgette navigates it with some alternative gems in mind! @Still_georgette
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We noticed Keely in that beautiful, long, elegant white dress walking around Soho. We love the yellow shoulder bag which popped against her outfit and she added a bit of edge with her Doc Martens! She was shopping that day, searching perhaps for some fashion inspiration at one of her favourite stores: The Kooples or Zadig & Voltaire. Keely is praying that the current long dress craze is more than just a trend so that she can keep wearing them indefinitely. We hope so too Keely as you look stunning in them! @keely1024
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We met Manisha in South Molten Street when we spotted that smiley Hill and Friends bag. Manisha is born and bred in London with Indian heritage. She was out to do some shopping and generally looking at brands for her new business as a personal stylist. It all happened organically; she started helping out mums at the school gates who needed something to wear for their nights out. She would lend them pieces from her own wardrobe and before long it became a business. Manisha is a great supporter of the British high street and always looks for little twists and interesting details. Her goal is to help all women to feel better in their look and to show them that style is affordable and not just for the rich. Now that's something to smile about! @stylebymanisha
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We saw Mei walking down Commercial Street, and we were amazed by her stunning accessories, which we discovered were her designs. She’s had her shop for 18 years and started in Spitalfields market before it was regenerated. Mei wants to bring the spirit of old Spitalfields back. She is working on a project entitled 'Silk Series' which aims to reinstate the original designers that used to have stalls there. On the 13th of June, they are having a big event to celebrate these artists and designers so Traffique will be there! Mei's brand is called Victimfashionst. She makes upcycled clothes and accessories. All of the brands she was wearing are designers that will be part of her project. We admire Mei's dedication to the environment and to her fellow artists. Sometimes looking back and appreciating what you have is progress! @victimfashionst
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Rayssa knows how to make high street look high-end with all but the bag sourced there. She's originally from Portugal, now living in Berlin. she explained that she loves walking with friends, going to the movies, eating and dancing. "Who doesn't love that?", she said and when it's back to work Rayssa is spending her time as a saleswoman in a shop. She really does love the high street! As for her style sho told us, "my outfits are quite simple and cosy; this dress is one of my favourites and I got it from my mum, that's what we call economic dressing! @rayssaserejo_
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We saw Mei walking down Commercial Street, and we were amazed by her stunning accessories, which we discovered were her designs. She’s had her shop for 18 years and started in Spitalfields market before it was regenerated. Mei wants to bring the spirit of old Spitalfields back. She is working on a project entitled 'Silk Series' which aims to reinstate the original designers that used to have stalls there. On the 13th of June, they are having a big event to celebrate these artists and designers so Traffique will be there! Mei's brand is called Victimfashionst. She makes upcycled clothes and accessories. All of the brands she was wearing are designers that will be part of her project. We admire Mei's dedication to the environment and to her fellow artists. Sometimes looking back and appreciating what you have is progress! @victimfashionst
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We love the contrasting colours in Georgette's look. She's Cameroonian and half Austrian. She explained that she was with her class to visit London for a week. Georgette has career aspirations on many levels; when she graduates she would like to do social work abroad with a goal to eventually work with children and to participate in or create projects to help those in need. However, there's another side to her life that is just as contrasting as her colour palette; when she's not being a good Samaritan she's busy modelling and she hopes in the future it will lead to a focus on the music industry. Author Richelle E. Goodrich said, “The humanitarian is a treasure hunter seeking gems of remedy and appreciation.” While the world of fashion and music can be glamorous and alluring, it's good to see that Georgette navigates it with some alternative gems in mind! @Still_georgette
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We love Marita's relaxed and pretty look. We saw her as she was out on a shopping spree enjoying the sunny weather. She told us that she likes to combine vintage underground and high-end and she does so effortlessly but no wonder as she is a corporate fashion merchandise assistant so clothes and buying come naturally! We love the combination of the sneakers and with the polka-dot dress, incidentally made by her mum, who obviously also has a talent for clothes! Marita describes her style as cosy, casual and cute. We couldn't have said it better ourselves! @littlemocreep
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We met Manisha in South Molten Street when we spotted that smiley Hill and Friends bag. Manisha is born and bred in London with Indian heritage. She was out to do some shopping and generally looking at brands for her new business as a personal stylist. It all happened organically; she started helping out mums at the school gates who needed something to wear for their nights out. She would lend them pieces from her own wardrobe and before long it became a business. Manisha is a great supporter of the British high street and always looks for little twists and interesting details. Her goal is to help all women to feel better in their look and to show them that style is affordable and not just for the rich. Now that's something to smile about! @stylebymanisha
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We saw Bethany’s orange dress as she walked down to South Molten street in the sunshine, and then as we approached her smile lit up the look! She told us she was from Darlington but has lived in London forever. Having worked in fashion as a buyer, Bethany decided she wanted to do something different and set up her own online store called Studio B. At the moment she is busy gathering new and exciting stock like the 'Pom Pom' shoes she was wearing. There is also a collaboration in progress with a designer called Joanna Sands for a series of dresses like the one that she was wearing and 'testing' that day. They’ll be on the site at the end of May. We wish her well in her new venture! @studio_b_fashion
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We spotted Prang in polka dot chic in Paris; she was heading out of Céline store with a friend. She loves fashion, and as a hobby, she has started a business on Instagram where she sells dresses and summer basics, no wonder; Prang is from Thailand, she might be used to hot weather but she likes to visit the city of love to get inspired and seek out new brands and creators. Her classic dress and boots lent her a Parisian look; she was wearing Le Spec and a Chanel bag, so she fitted right in - Voilà! @lovegramshop
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We were close to Puerta Del Sol when Francesca glided by wearing all white. It was a moment to capture. She was on her way to COS, one of her favourite brands. She’s new to Madrid but already feels like home. She’s a PR and events organiser and works in Media. She’s too busy lately to find time for shopping, but when she does she looks for the most unique and unknown shops in the search for the perfect find. Francesca is obsessed with materials that flow, drape or hang, just the right way. She doesn’t adhere to a single style, on the contrary she flows between looks, always keeping elegant and stylish.
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We noticed Keely in that beautiful, long, elegant white dress walking around Soho. We love the yellow shoulder bag which popped against her outfit and she added a bit of edge with her Doc Martens! She was shopping that day, searching perhaps for some fashion inspiration at one of her favourite stores: The Kooples or Zadig & Voltaire. Keely is praying that the current long dress craze is more than just a trend so that she can keep wearing them indefinitely. We hope so too Keely as you look stunning in them! @keely1024
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Giselle and Denise are sisters from Argentina, traveling together in Europe and currently visiting Barcelona. They are having the time of their lives doing what they love most; to travel. They are both engineering students with a clear passion of fashion. Giselle blogs in her spare time, whilst Denise is doing a short exchange program in Paris. The Rodriguez sisters have style! @gigirodriguez_ @rodriguezdenise
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