Chloe was looking very current and playful in her lemon yellow suit and Loewe panda bag. It's a colour we have seen around a lot recently and it's perfect for summer. But she would be on the pulse; she’s a fashion consultant from Paris. She explained that her favourite designer is JW Anderson. He won brand of the year for both men and women at the BFC Fashion Awards in London in 2015. Chloe also appears to be very successful in her chosen career. She was in the middle of a photoshoot when we met, she stopped the traffic to get the shot; she's a woman who's in command of her destiny! @louloudesaison
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Lucas was in London when we saw him in that amazing two-tone coat. He's from Valencia; he brought the sun with him that day! At the moment he is based in Berlin, working as a photographer. On this occasion, he was mixing business with pleasure, on an assignment to photograph his boyfriend, who is a famous model. They both share a passion for clothes, sounds like a match made in fashion! @lucaslaaa
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Marina comes from the party Isle, Ibiza but nowadays she's focused on her studies. She's a student of History of Art at Goldsmiths University. The university has a long history; what began as a 12th century guild for goldsmiths, silversmiths and jewellers is now a world-renowned teaching and practice-based research centre. Its alumni are just as impressive, from Damian Hirst to Steve McQueen, Marina in league with a highly-talented list of designers. Presently she works at installation artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien’s Studio. With foundations like these Marina's achievements are set for solid gold! @Lil.mew
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We met Sarah outside a clothes store in Amsterdam. She had just bought some accessories, which she loves a lot. We love her tote bag made from woven beads and the pattern contrast with her striped trousers. Sarah loves to go on shopping trips with her mom, and this weekend they were doing the 'sales'. Terry Guillemets said, "I love my mother as trees love water and sunshine. She helps me grow, prosper, and reach great heights." And in Sarah's case, she helps to find a great bargain - elbows at the ready! @Zusnigs
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Chloe was looking very current and playful in her lemon yellow suit and Loewe panda bag. It's a colour we have seen around a lot recently and it's perfect for summer. But she would be on the pulse; she’s a fashion consultant from Paris. She explained that her favourite designer is JW Anderson. He won brand of the year for both men and women at the BFC Fashion Awards in London in 2015. Chloe also appears to be very successful in her chosen career. She was in the middle of a photoshoot when we met, she stopped the traffic to get the shot; she's a woman who's in command of her destiny! @louloudesaison
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We met Sarah outside a clothes store in Amsterdam. She had just bought some accessories, which she loves a lot. We love her tote bag made from woven beads and the pattern contrast with her striped trousers. Sarah loves to go on shopping trips with her mom, and this weekend they were doing the 'sales'. Terry Guillemets said, "I love my mother as trees love water and sunshine. She helps me grow, prosper, and reach great heights." And in Sarah's case, she helps to find a great bargain - elbows at the ready! @Zusnigs
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Marina comes from the party Isle, Ibiza but nowadays she's focused on her studies. She's a student of History of Art at Goldsmiths University. The university has a long history; what began as a 12th century guild for goldsmiths, silversmiths and jewellers is now a world-renowned teaching and practice-based research centre. Its alumni are just as impressive, from Damian Hirst to Steve McQueen, Marina in league with a highly-talented list of designers. Presently she works at installation artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien’s Studio. With foundations like these Marina's achievements are set for solid gold! @Lil.mew
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Tom is based in Paris and has just finished fashion school. Now he is working as a freelance digital consultant for brands in the digital platform Aphael that was launched two weeks ago. He recommended us to head to Temple station because it is very near where fashion week takes place and a great spot for capturing the stylish ones! As for his look, he describes it as neo-vintage; he loves to mix old and new things. We were intrigued by his Lotto socks, they gave him a kind of 'innocent kid' look but one with a very good sense of fashion; a perfect combination with his Lanvin shorts! He may have just finished school but he's definitely a man who knows where he's going, good luck in your new venture Tom. @tomriou
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Lucas was in London when we saw him in that amazing two-tone coat. He's from Valencia; he brought the sun with him that day! At the moment he is based in Berlin, working as a photographer. On this occasion, he was mixing business with pleasure, on an assignment to photograph his boyfriend, who is a famous model. They both share a passion for clothes, sounds like a match made in fashion! @lucaslaaa
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Maxime stood out in Shoreditch in his self-designed coat. He lives in Paris and teaches at the Lisaa school the specialist art school that trains designers and managers in the fields of animation, video games, interior architecture, graphic design and fashion. Maxime's speciality is pattern cutting but it seems he has another talent, as he is also a member of the Paris Pole Dancing Association! He was here to see the graduate show and loves Maison Margiela, he told us that he’s not so keen on the latest ‘mirror’ show at the previous fashion week in February. However, it seems Maxime does have a penchant for shiny things; he was sporting some rather sparkly shoes and told us, "everything is more beautiful with glitter!" @f__kinperfect
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Chloe was looking very current and playful in her lemon yellow suit and Loewe panda bag. It's a colour we have seen around a lot recently and it's perfect for summer. But she would be on the pulse; she’s a fashion consultant from Paris. She explained that her favourite designer is JW Anderson. He won brand of the year for both men and women at the BFC Fashion Awards in London in 2015. Chloe also appears to be very successful in her chosen career. She was in the middle of a photoshoot when we met, she stopped the traffic to get the shot; she's a woman who's in command of her destiny! @louloudesaison
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Maxime stood out in Shoreditch in his self-designed coat. He lives in Paris and teaches at the Lisaa school the specialist art school that trains designers and managers in the fields of animation, video games, interior architecture, graphic design and fashion. Maxime's speciality is pattern cutting but it seems he has another talent, as he is also a member of the Paris Pole Dancing Association! He was here to see the graduate show and loves Maison Margiela, he told us that he’s not so keen on the latest ‘mirror’ show at the previous fashion week in February. However, it seems Maxime does have a penchant for shiny things; he was sporting some rather sparkly shoes and told us, "everything is more beautiful with glitter!" @f__kinperfect
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Marina comes from the party Isle, Ibiza but nowadays she's focused on her studies. She's a student of History of Art at Goldsmiths University. The university has a long history; what began as a 12th century guild for goldsmiths, silversmiths and jewellers is now a world-renowned teaching and practice-based research centre. Its alumni are just as impressive, from Damian Hirst to Steve McQueen, Marina in league with a highly-talented list of designers. Presently she works at installation artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien’s Studio. With foundations like these Marina's achievements are set for solid gold! @Lil.mew
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We spotted Rosanna as she was walking down Rivington Street. She’s from Naples, Italy but she spends time between there and London because her son and daughter live here. Her main pastime is travelling and exploring, and she explained that she has an open mind to new places and experiences. The list of destinations is long from LA, NY and Amsterdam but she told us she loves London the most! Her style muse is 'Song Of Style' on Instagram and what Rosanna enjoys most is hunting down a bargain and visiting sample sales. She was pleased to tell us how many deals she was wearing, we could hardly believe that apart from the Monica Vinader bracelets Rosanna was dressed entirely in high street brands, and she did it so well! @rosannathequeen
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Lucas was in London when we saw him in that amazing two-tone coat. He's from Valencia; he brought the sun with him that day! At the moment he is based in Berlin, working as a photographer. On this occasion, he was mixing business with pleasure, on an assignment to photograph his boyfriend, who is a famous model. They both share a passion for clothes, sounds like a match made in fashion! @lucaslaaa
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Alberto and Chiara were hard to miss on Charring Cross Road in their stylish all-black ensembles. They live in Milan but Chiara had just been to an interview to attend the London School of Architecture. They both wish to be architects and have thought about setting up a studio together. They told us ‘you can’t allow yourself to just be one thing in life, you need to be more composite and fluid, the masters of architecture were more than their professions.' Alberto told us that he had just seen a musician and decided he would pursue music also because 'the more you do, the better you are, the better the outcomes, this can translate into all areas. Inspiration comes from everywhere.’ We talked at length about architecture and redevelopment; they love that the UK is more relaxed about experimentation and comparatively everything in Italy is rigid. Alberto said 'Italy is like a postcard, focused on the past and here in London, you think history is now.' When it comes to his style Alberto particularly likes his Frav jacket, his favourite shop in Milan, he said, 'it looks like a Yohji Yamamoto piece.' We loved our chat and could have talked more. Architect Stephen Gardinier said, 'good buildings come from good people, and all problems are solved by good design'. Alberto and Chiara, we can't wait to see the results! @dognidarko @muntakra__69
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We met Sarah outside a clothes store in Amsterdam. She had just bought some accessories, which she loves a lot. We love her tote bag made from woven beads and the pattern contrast with her striped trousers. Sarah loves to go on shopping trips with her mom, and this weekend they were doing the 'sales'. Terry Guillemets said, "I love my mother as trees love water and sunshine. She helps me grow, prosper, and reach great heights." And in Sarah's case, she helps to find a great bargain - elbows at the ready! @Zusnigs
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Laura doesn't look like your average Psychologist; she was sporting a retro meets contemporary look in her Pretty Little Thing Puffa and her vivid Monki pants. Through her work she's an observer, interpreting how individuals relate to one another and the environment. She's bringing colour to the streets of Amsterdam. And if this outfit is an example of her outlook we think she'll be bringing a smile to a few faces in the office too! @itlooksbetter.inblack
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Tom is based in Paris and has just finished fashion school. Now he is working as a freelance digital consultant for brands in the digital platform Aphael that was launched two weeks ago. He recommended us to head to Temple station because it is very near where fashion week takes place and a great spot for capturing the stylish ones! As for his look, he describes it as neo-vintage; he loves to mix old and new things. We were intrigued by his Lotto socks, they gave him a kind of 'innocent kid' look but one with a very good sense of fashion; a perfect combination with his Lanvin shorts! He may have just finished school but he's definitely a man who knows where he's going, good luck in your new venture Tom. @tomriou
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Art is everywhere as we walk around Granary Square. Yili was part of this inspiring landscape. She was just relaxing after an art class in front of the sculptural building that houses The Lighterman pub. She's an artist based in London and recent graduate from Chelsea University for the Arts. Here's Yili showing us the true art of self-expression. @yilimaodou
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