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It’s that special time of year again when all the world’s It-girls put on their daily best and take their front row seats at Fashion Week. But everyone knows the streets are where the real fashion shows are. From New York to Paris, trendsetters strut their stuff from show to show as if they were walking the runway themselves. These ladies are photographed so frequently that we tend to know their tastes almost as well as we know our own. And some of their looks just so happen to pair perfectly with some seriously well-styled spaces. These are the street style stars whose wardrobes are giving us major interior inspiration.
Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad
Street style and social media queen, Chiara Ferragni has built a multi-million dollar empire off of her flavorful takes on the latest fashion trends. The blogger-turned-designer from Milan has also mastered the Cali-cool look since moving to LA. Pops of bright colors and patterns paired with sleek, modern lines are this blonde’s design melange of choice.
Miroslava Duma of Buro 24/7
The former Harper’s Bazaar Russia editor, founder of the blog Buro 24/7, and international fashion It-girl, Miroslava Duma is present for nearly every Fashion Week event. Though she’s always dressed to the 9’s in the most luxurious labels, she owns her look and puts a modern spin on the classics. We’re calling her style a little bit Deco, a little bit mid-century, and a whole lot of pretty.
Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What
No one does the latest trends quite like Danielle of We Wore What. Whether she’s rocking a sweat suit or a pair of cropped jeans, her style is as laidback and edgy as a slick apartment filled with black and white photography, abstract art, and structured leather furniture.
A stylist and fashion editor for i-D magazine, Julia Sarr-Jamois is known for her effortless approach to mixing vintage pieces with fresh silhouettes and vibrant colors. This London city chick’s style belongs in a mega-cool loft filled with bright textiles and lots of unique decor.
Leandra Medine of The Man Repeller
The wildly hilarious Leandra Medine, better known as the Man Repeller, strikes a chord with girls everywhere who revel in the fact that their wardrobe choices are not exactly preferred by most men. (Think dresses over pants and pajamas as acceptable daytime wear.) Spunky, creative, and colorful, this street style maven’s look is best matched with a space that mixes contemporary decor with furniture your grandparents may own.