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Street Style / 18 February 2017
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All the best looks from the streets of Paris.
The best off-runway looks from the streets of Milan this week.
The season’s boxy suiting and ’80s-inspired leather separates let women play with multiple identities.
For our ‘Holiday’ issue, the Polish supermodel Anja Rubik heads to France and embarks on a late-night exploration of the Musée National Picasso-Paris, flaunting the Cruise season’s glamorous mix of black leather, dramatic silhouettes and discreet sparkle.
The Tokyo-based designer behind Doublet, the LVMH Prize-winning streetwear label, on extracting his own life experiences into his gender-fluid garments.
A behind-the-scenes glimpse into T Singapore’s shoot with the homegrown actress.
For T’s November issue, Singaporean actress Carrie Wong pushes the envelope of feminine dressing with daring touches of dramatic proportions, romantic frills, feathered textures and hints of shimmer.
Deviating from the textbook definition of gender-bound dressing, the new codes of womenswear and menswear are all about self-expression.
At three-year-old New York-based label Deveaux, creative director Tommy Ton approaches luxury through a decidedly discreet lens.
In coats that arrive rendered in seasonal hues, Singaporean actor Joel Choo makes a bold statement for the autumnal wardrobe.
In T Singapore’s June issue, Singaporean model Iman Fandi became the subject to Hollywood photographer and streetwear designer Emanuele D’Angelo’s lens. Here, a behind-the-scenes glimpse from the set.
The Spanish label’s Spring/Summer ’19 collection is made to dress the zany modern-day explorer.
7 Moncler Genius Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara’s latest collection is a manifestation of the streetwear godfather’s cerebral vision.
An inquisition into identity with Australian digital creative Kim Jones in CK Calvin Klein.
In Paris, T’s street style photographers captured the best looks outside the shows.
The best off-runway looks, as captured by T’s street style photographers between shows in Milan.
Outside the shows, T’s street style photographers captured the best looks from the streets of New York.
Demna Gvasalia continues to rewrite the codes of streetwear at Balenciaga, creating a new manner of dressing informed by his observations of the fluctuating societal landscape.
To the British designer, brands like the defunct Pyrex, Hood By Air, Off-White, Fear of God, Yeezy, and his own A-Cold-Wall* all form a new genre of fashion called "The Bridge".
In its Cruise ’19 collection, Prada removed itself not only from its home base, but also from all the seriousness associated with ready-to-wear.
Here, a recap of the best looks from the streets of Paris last week.
From sequinned handbags, spherical clutches, to simple pouches — the bags street style stars decided to punctuate their looks with this Parisian fashion season.
At the Spring/ Summer 2019 shows in Paris, show-goers turned up in a myriad of styles — from workwear-inspired overalls to suits borrowed from the boys.
Sling-backs, open-toes, and mules — show-goers bared their heels this street style season.
A glance back at the best street style looks from Milan fashion week which concluded yesterday.
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