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Bella Hadid in Cannes is her in her natural habitat. She rules the carpet, and she rules the off-duty summer looks. And you can always count on her to wear a cute bikini that tends to be on the more affordable side (but let's be real, are there affordable bikinis out there anymore? No, well, not unless you want a diaper bottom and an unflattering top). But this year, she gave us lots of sunglasses, lots of gold jewelry, and a super cute vintage Azzedine Alaïa brown dress that can be worn on and off the yacht.

This look is definitely one to recreate this summer. The bikini with the gold bangles and tiny sunglasses? Love it. I also love that giant gold ring and the fact that her nails match her bikini; it's just so put together. And those natural waves with a quick half-up, half-down look are a summer must.

Gwyneth Paltrow once said it was about finding the balance between cigarettes and tofu, and obviously, Bella caught onto that. But when in France! An all-white look in the summer is so chic, especially with a fresh tan and some gold jewelry.

This is a super cute bikini, but the fact that it's $100 for the set makes it even cuter. Seriously, who started the whole idea that bikinis need to be $100 a piece? Even Bella knows that's a bit upsetting. She wore this bikini with a crystal necklace because Orabella (her new fragrance brand, in case you've been off of social media recently) and a trusty pair of gold hoops.

I love a mini dress, and I love this one; in fact, this whole look was basically made for me. And maybe Carrie Bradshaw. A simple, effortless mini dress with kitten heels is always a staple look, especially in the summertime and with mini sunglasses. It's perfect for NYC, it's perfect for Malibu, or, in this case, it's perfect for a boat ride in Cannes.

It's the 90s, the era of “The Supers," where the radiant force of young British model Kate Moss takes the fashion world by storm. In the company of infamous models and casually chilling with rockstars, Kate Moss is the epitome of a cool-girl muse. Kate is succeeded by her 21-year-old daughter and Gen Z “it girl”, Lila, who used her mother as inspiration at the 2023 Fashion Awards, wearing a sheer metallic slip dress reminiscent of the Liza Bruce dress worn by Kate in ‘93. Like mother, like daughter - Kate’s style is truly timeless!

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Kate’s style can also be adopted by anyone and these are the pieces that I praise the most.

Wondering how to adopt the chic off-duty model look? Let's take a look!

The Classic White Tee

Embracing the off-duty model aesthetic, Kate
was frequently seen wearing white t-shirts or tank tops.

While this may seem like a basic wardrobe choice, an affordable white tee is a fundamental piece for putting together a cool-girl outfit.

Its simplicity makes it easier to layer blazers, jewelry, and other accessories to enhance the overall look.

Here, with the t-shirt in place, Kate is able to show off these classy green tweed trousers.

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The Blue Jeans

Kate looks effortlessly stylish in a white tank top and blue slim straight jeans, creating a simple yet chic look that can be worn for any casual occasion. She adds patterned accessories and chunky gold jewelry to elevate the outfit, showing how affordable and versatile this style can be. Kate is a true inspiration for those who love a sophisticated and minimalistic vibe. I cannot begin to describe how many times I have adopted this look for school.

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Without a doubt, Kate has a love for leopard print. The model effortlessly rocks a leopard print bag, and in various images from the early 2000s, she's spotted flaunting leopard print flats and a stylish coat. Embracing the rock-chick aesthetic, the leopard print certainly adds a wild and youthful touch, inspired by her adventurous early years.

Strappy Heels

Whether it is heels or boots, Kate certainly knows how to leave a lasting impression. Kate Moss's talent for blending edgy and elegant styles with her shoe choices stands out as a celebrated moment in fashion history. Her unique approach inspires countless individuals to
express their individuality and play around with their own footwear selections. Today we praise her strappy sandals! Be it a fancy red carpet event or a laid-back day out, Moss effortlessly made strappy sandals look chic. Her style prowess effortlessly transformed these
sandals from day to night, showcasing their versatile charm. Paired with a slip dress, the strappy heels give off a ‘fresh-from-the- beach” evening look, which is the perfect inspiration for summer!

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The Skinny-Scarf

Finally, I am obsessed with Kate's decision to rock skinny scarves in the 90s which perfectly demonstrates the idea of turning basic accessories into style statements.

Her effortless inclusion of these scarves proves that even the simplest items can be transformed into fashion highlights under her influence.

The skinny scarf turned into a must-have for fashion lovers aiming to capture Moss's unique mix of sophistication and rebellious style.

We all know her, we all envy her.

The 26-year-old reality TV sensation turned baby mama, Kylie Jenner, has once again proved that she's still the it girl. With her recent designer looks at Paris Fashion Week, she is who everyone's talking about.

Her toned-down, elegant era of fashion has been the subject of speculation since Jenner separated from ex-partner, Travis Scott; finding a new beau in renowned rising actor Timothée Chalamet. Her blossoming relationship seems to have reflected on her outlook on fashion, as we've started to see a sophistication and 'quiet luxury' to her wardrobe in recent months. I don't know about you, but whatever Chalamet is doing, he's brought out a new Kylie era and I think it's her best one yet.


Haven't seen her Fashion Week lookbook yet or simply want to gaze upon her glory again? Read ahead, as I'll be breaking each of her looks down to hair, makeup, and even not-so baby Stormi too.

A shimmering spectacle. Sequins clung from head to toe for the Margiela show, and stood side by side with sister Kim, the pair were show-stoppingly gorgeous. Kylie was seen in a silver-fitted maxi dress paired with white heels and sheer elbow-length gloves. The wet hair look, that the Kardashian-Jenner clan has made their staple in the past few years, provided a fresh out-of-water look to complete the mermaid mode.

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We need to talk about @makeupbyariel's stunning work, because the mastery it takes to create the balance between natural and glam, but also adding a subtle pop of colour, whilst achieving the essence of a mermaid?! I mean come
on Ariel, tell us how you did it.

A strapless, floor grazing ensemble paired with a long, feathered cape made by Maison Valentino himself; what else could be more eye catching? One answer: Stormi wearing the exact same thing.

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The pair graced the streets in style, Stormi with big smiles and big feathered shawl, and a coordinated black ensemble with Kylie. She clutched a tiny Valentino bag, gold hoops, and proudly matched her mum in sleek shades. Their matching outfits truly made me smile when Jenner swept Stormi into her arms, showcasing the tiny red
bottoms on the trendy toddler's feet.

The Gaultier makeup is her most natural yet, with the rise of the makeup free look, courtesy of Pamela Anderson, we're finally moving to an age where women are embracing their natural beauty and enhancing features with minimal makeup. Simply using a thin foundation and concealer, with slightly darkened eyes and highlighter, it really accentuates Jenners youthful glow that most of us will, no doubt, try to recreate.

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A Jean Paul Gaultier corset draped in cream tulle from top to bottom; exhibiting a brand new Kylie. The sheer fabric clung to the structural mini dress underneath, creating a multi layered gown that was the staple of the show. While I adore this look with the Thierry Mugler-esque corset, draped fabric and fresh faced look, for me, the shoes just aren't it. The Jenners shoe game has been on point for her fashion week fits for years, and I have to say the plastic, pearl-toed stilletoes don't work for me. Call me picky, but they simply don't go with this look (sorry Kylie!) *note from Sky: wait I kinda love the shoes with this look?! comment down below what you think of the pearl pumps and this look 🙂

Cowboy boots are trending again, and I for one am totally here for it. These neutral folded-over knee highs were the statement of this outfit. Showcasing a baggy strapless number that juxtaposes the shoes, along with a delicate set of dainty bracelets.

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The hair and makeup, once again, enhance her dark features, and the wet hair look slicks back her brunette locks to display her glowing skin and simple earrings.

Red has always been one of Kylie's best colours, as the rouge mini dress, clutch bag and bow heels paired with her dark hair and sunglasses, create an eye catching look. With Stormi also attending, it only seemed fitting to have her in a matching red outfit, a simple shirt, bottoms and jumper tied across her shoulders, showcasing that monochromatic may be making a comeback.

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Kylie started the week off strong, with a classic all-black bodycon piece, with black sunglasses and a slicked back bun to complete the look. The dress featured off-the shoulder transparent fabric that replicated the skirt, a recurring theme within most of her outfits. Louboutins are a must when at fashion week, as she was seen wearing the iconic heels with almost every look. I mean, who can blame her?


The bralette and oversized outer-layer combo never fails, especially for Kylie. A beautiful velvet set matched with black Louboutins brings out her tan skin and beige palette makeup. Statement silver studs were her only piece of
jewelry, as this look needs no embellishments.

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And finally, her most recent fashion, courtesy of Instagram. The pictures show Jenner strutting her stuff through the corridors of the Jaquemus show; and once again, a red revelation. Square-toed abstract stilettos, red tights and a fluffy coat that's simply to die for, was belted at the waist to show off her figure.

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Kylie Jenner remains to be one of our generations style icons. I for one will be incorporating her new fresh-faced glow into my makeup routine, and my bank account emptied from her new line of cosmetics. And I cannot wait
to see what fabulous fit she wears next!

After a year away, the queen is back!!!! I’ve been waiting for this time and it has finally come. And she’s
serving as always.

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bella hadid perfect magazine

She has shocked the whole fashion world with her comeback through this recent magazine cover
shoot with Perfect Magazine SS24. The most perfect human being ever. And the best thing is that the
art direction was by Bella herself
!!! She is an all-rounder actually.

All these photos were shot by Bryce Anderson and it is literally perfection. I love how everything about
this just radiates Bella. The vibes and how the photos were taken are just incredible. Honestly, I would
love to see more (upcoming) works directed by her because this is one of my favorite magazine shoots
so far.

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bella hadid

Also, how do we feel about short-haired Bella? I personally think she would pull it off.

But I really can’t wait for the upcoming projects she will have this year.

The Olsen twins have a classic and timeless style that is always chic and always effortless. Some of you may like them from Full House, but the girls like them for their paparazzi pictures and contribution to one of fashion's greatest brands: The Row. If you are chic, you shop at the Row and order soy lattes from Starbucks. It's just the facts. If you aren't that chic but want to be, the Olsen twins are your girls to go to. So here's a breakdown.

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Look 1

A beanie leaves behind its flannel hipster man aura and becomes chic when paired with chic designer sunglasses, and these tiny black shades are just that. Continue the incognito look with a big wool trench on top of baggy, lived-in blue jeans, and wait, what's that? Socks with sandals!

Look 2

These pieces are so simple but tailored and worn so well. And the Olsen twins are definitely pro-flip-flop, which I'm not mad about. I love the beachy hair and dark but natural makeup with the plain tee and blue jeans. I also love the black blazer paired with a darker eyeliner. I would totally recreate both of these looks.

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Look 3

Airport looks should always prioritize comfort and easiness. Mary-Kate knows that an oversized vintage tee with some black trousers and flat mules. And you always need a big bag and a piece for warmth; now we can try reaching for a big, comfy scarf.

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Look 4

This will definitely be one of my go-to looks this winter. I can confidently say that fur coats over pajamas will be all over the streets of NYC this season and all the cool girls will be partaking in this sleepy debonair look. Yet it seems to be, whatever the cool girls are doing - the Olsen twins have already done it.

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Look 5

Boho chic has matured, and she aged well. The messy locks, the long-sleeved drapey maxi dress, and the flip-flops yet again are all part of the Olsen boho style. And the big black bag and brown shades aren't the only accessories, a drink in hand and a dark blue notebook must be carried - it adds to the look. Oh, and don't forget that the red nail polish on your toes is essential.

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Look 6

An all-black look is always the right choice, and so is the pairing of an oversized piece with a tighter one. You can make this look more from today's page by wearing a straight-leg or baggy jean, or you can embrace tradition and bring out the skinny jeans. The choice is yours. However, when it comes to those pumps, I'm going to choose a shoe from this season.

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Look 7

If I could think of one photo, one vibe, or one look when it came to the Olsen twins, I would think of this image The natural hair, the sunglasses, the cigarettes, the black coats, the boots... this is everything to me.

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And after psychoanalyzing the Olsen twins' style for the past 48 hours, here's my takeaway:

  1. Oversized clothes with shape.
  2. A Starbucks latte is the ultimate accessory.
  3. When in doubt, wear a long coat.
  4. Always reach for a big black bag that's held in your elbow.
  5. Sunglasses no matter what, when, or where.

Carolyn was the girl of all girls. We all did and do still want to be her. And most of us can only dream of emulating her lifestyle, I mean, our girl was hooked up. Not only was she living it up in NYC as a Calvin Klein publicist, she was doing it in style. The iconic headband, the 90s sunglasses, the flattering jeans, the effortless glam, the list goes on and on.

Carolyn's outfits go down in history as classic, timeless pieces. Look at us still taking inspiration from her 25 years later.

Her style could be classified as minimal and simple, and very classy 90s if you will. And her accessories were never over the top or extremely bedazzling; they still sat in the simple section. But they sat elegantly. Front row. Not asking for attention, yet receiving so much.

Now, Carolyn was the it-girl all year round; she was America's Princess Diana, if you will. Both of them being the people's princesses. But today, we aren't walking around the Kensington Palace; today, we're looking in Tribeca.

The real moral of the story isn't that Carolyn wasn't just the NYC it girl or the Greenwich, Connecticut it girl; she was the fall it-girl.

If you don't look at this look and go, "Yep, I get it. I totally agree 100%," then walk away. Turn around, walk away, and come back. And keep doing it until you get it. The simple base of a white tee and blue jeans is always a staple, but Carolyn chooses such flattering pieces - nothing too oversized and nothing too tight. The accessories are where the fall energy shines. These boots are gorgeous, and who doesn't look a boot for fall? Her classic accessories are perfect, and this jacket has such a balance between fancy and casual. It's an effortless throw-on jacket, which you know I love, and the fur gives it that fall chichi.

When it comes to fall styling, I tend to reach for simple and dark colors. I stay in the blacks and browns and greys and dark blues. With the occasional pop of red, although I'm more of a red-at-winter-time type of gal. All of that probably being the reason I love these looks so much.

But I think Carolyn is so idolized for her fall fashion because it isn't performative. There is a fine line between never going outside the box with your looks and staying true to your personal style. Oftentimes, we get that confused. We think, "oh, well, if my style is simple black and white pieces, then I can't buy a pink jacket." But that's staying inside the box. Because you can find a pink jacket that fits within your personal style, and you'll know you found it once you find it. Confusing, I know, but it takes practice. And it's something that Carolyn was really good at. She knew what she liked and what looked good on her, and she never made it look like she put much effort into her outfits - hence the effortlessness.

This all-black look with a pop of red is perfect for this fall season since, like I said, red is the color. And you can never go wrong with a simple black dress. I would probably add some earrings and maybe a necklace. Carolyn is wearing heels but if you wanted to make this look more current, you could go for a ballet flat or a flat Mary Jane, and if you wanted to keep Carolyn's vibe, you could go for simple black boots.

Or bring in some loafers, like the photo above. And by the way, doesn't this image just scream fall? The warmth, the brown pants, the turtleneck, I'm obsessed. This is what I mean when I say fall it girl! I defienlty have to recreate this look and I definitely need to get my hands on some shoes like that.

Speaking of the iconic duo, Sporty and Rich recreated some of these looks and photos between JFK and Carolyn - and you have to check them out if you haven't seen them. The energy of the original duo is unmatched, but the vibes are there.

But the chic vibes are here:

For my girls who want to dress up and feel professional but still stylish, this is a look to recreate.

I've also noticed a pattern of bootcut jeans with her, and although I personally reach for a straight leg in the fall and winter, I might just have to try one bootcut look in her honor.

And if you girls know me, you know I've recently been obsessed with trench coats, and Carolyn has only encouraged that obsession.

Although she styles hers over an actual outfit whereas I prefer to style mine over pajamas. I call it balance.

I love simple looks, and I do have to say about 90% of my outfits are not colorful, which you will notice. My staples are blue jeans, white tees, tank tops, tube tops, and leather jackets, and it's always paired with my lived-in hair and iced coffee or matcha - depending on what looks better with my look. And I love a shoe that contrasts my look, so if I'm wearing a more feminine look, I like a boyish shoe, and if I'm wearing a more boyish look, I like a feminine shoe.

These looks are my style, so you find that you enjoy them and recreate them, or use them for inspiration and make them your own. If you like more color in your wardrobe, buy colorful pieces. If you have a more girly style, all of these looks will look great with a miniskirt and kitten heels.

Also, with these looks, everything can be mixed and matched. I'll switch around the pants or switch around the tops, and I still love each look. You could say that it's because most of the pieces you'll find me in are simple closet staples, and you would be right.

My final note is that all of these outfits can (and should) be paired with an edgy oversized leather jacket to really complete the Sky look.

This is a super comfortable and flattering look that I would wear to a coffee shop, shopping, or lunch with the girls in the city. It's definitely a fall/winter staple look for me, and you will catch me in this a lot this November and December. And if the weather ever drops below 75 degrees, I'll throw on my leather jacket. And if I want to be extra cozy (or if it's before 1 p.m.) I'll wear my Uggs. But no matter the weather - I'll still have an iced coffee in hand.

This is definitely an all-year-round look for me. I switch out the fabric and color of the tank top, and sometimes I'll reach for sneakers, but this is pretty much the look most of the time. I love low baggy jeans that are still flattering, and if not paired with a tank top I would go with a baby tee that's probably from Realisation Par.

A classic fall fit for a coffee run. I love sweaters, especially oversized but flattering ones. I'll pair it with some boxer or boy shorts that you can't really see, and then add some edge with these buckle flats from Ganni that I'm obsessed with. And you know I'm here for a studded fall this season. Another variation that I might do of this look is an off the shoulder sweater (but just off one shoulder) and then with either my Uggs or some tall black boots. And I will say that I like 99% of my sweaters to either be black, grey, dark blue, or red.

This would be an all-year-round look for me but winter is normally the only time you can wear long sleeves and long pants in L.A.. Red has been my favorite color this year, so I love red pieces, but I would also wear this look with a black long sleeve or a thin knit black long sleeve that's oh so slightly see through (super subtle though that's the key). However, this red shirt is more of my casual version. The teen Jodie elevates this look to the next level, and you know I love my boots so duh. To take this day look to night, I'd add my - you guessed it - leather jacket. I'd also probably add some small black sunglasses now that I'm thinking about...

My final look, and she's a goodie. I'm obsessed with the round-neck cardigan (as we all are) this season, and this is how I style it. I only button the top two buttons and then wear a top that's the same color. Then I paired it with a denim mini skirt and some Adidas.

I can confidently say that I've figured out my personal style, and I know what I like and what I don't like. If you had to label it, I guess it would be considered a mix of 90s minimalism with model-off-duty and a mix of feminine and boyish pieces, but I just like to call this Sky's style.

When it comes to trends, remember that you don't have to follow every single one that comes your way because when you get so caught up in the trends, you lose who you are. Once you have your own personal style, watch the trends that come your way and just pick and choose what you like. You should be picking pieces that reflect your personal style more, not constantly trying to mask your confusion about what style you love with all these trends.

The first Monday of May, the most fashionable night of the year, celebrity prom, it's everything, and more. This year we are honoring Karl Lagerfeld and the designers' interpretation of classic Chanel looks. Let's see how they do.


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Emrata in Tory Burch



Dua in Chanel Haute Couture 1992, originally worn by Claudia Schiffer


She's looking gorgeous, as always


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Emma in Miu Miu


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Killed the all-black look.


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Mother is mothering


The ubermodel herself in vintage Chanel that she previously wore in an editorial.


The blonde beauties and our fav mother-daughter duo.


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The supermodel in Chanel Couture.


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She needed a solo moment because I need her dress.


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Mom and dad


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Her looks never disappoint, and I need this dress.


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Pregnant in pearls.


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A Chanel princess


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Our it girl.


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The Versace and Chanel collab we never knew we needed.



I love it. I literally love it so much.


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The sheer Givenchy look is giving.


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King Kylie


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You know I had to chat with my girl Agnes (better known as diordaddy on Twitter) for the ultimate French it-girl interview since she is the epitome of that. She always is cooking the most gorgeous, delicious-looking food and always serves timeless and effortless looks. Today, we talk about a guide to Paris, from cafes to linen dresses, and we let you know that one watch is out, and you need to be wearing two at a time.

You are my Paris queen; what is your favorite restaurant or cafe

Hahaha omg okay that’s honestly really difficult, I’m always down to try new places so I try and not repeat going to the same places too often. However, my favorite restaurant is probably La Méditerranée or Ralph’s. Both not typical French cuisine lol, but as a pescatarian, typical French cuisine isn’t honestly my thing. As for cafes, it’s difficult because I’m still on the hunt for the best iced coffee in paris and typical cafes don’t always have that. Generally, though my top 3 cafe-ish places would be Wild & the Moon, Soho House, and Season, I know there’s more I just can’t think of right now.

You make the prettiest and yummiest food; what is a current go-to recipe you could share with the girls?

Omg thank you ☺️. I’ll share a breakfast and dinner option hehehe but for breakfast right now I love omelettes so I usually have a mushroom, onion, and chive omelette with a slice of rye sourdough from my favorite boulangerie. As for dinner, it’s my favorite thing to cook, so I could eat it every day, but oven-roasted salmon coated in dijon, dill, and some chopped walnuts. Then on the side, I’ll make a kale and arugula salad with a Dijon yogurt dressing and add some micro greens and pumpkin seeds to that, and that is a perfect meal in my eyes.

Where are your favorite places to shop?

I feel like I rarely shop these days, but long-time favorites include are Brandy, Skims, Celine, Levis, Aritiza, and recent additions, the Frankie Shop, Kith, and always Vinted.

Who are your fashion icons, and where do you get inspo from?

This is so basic, and I’m sure anyone who knows me saw it coming, but Kaia Gerber is honestly my go-to style icon at the moment and probably will be forever. Her style is super simple but still elevated past a level of basic, and she looks amazing all the time, obviously. So she’s definitely someone I always try and emulate because I’m more so on the ‘basic’ and ‘classic’ side of the style spectrum, and I rarely go for crazy out-there styles. Some other people I always find inspo from are Orion Carloto, Emily Oberg, @themillenialdecorator, some of my friends, and of course, my sister.

For the girls who are visiting Paris this summer, what outfit suggestion would you give her?

Linen Dress 100%. As I learned last year, it gets so so hot, and because there’s not a crazy amount of airflow through the city, it feels even hotter than it is. So if possible, pair your favorite sandals or white sneaker with white linen dress. Shorts are out, and you definitely don’t want to be caught in any basic sneakers, so find one that suits your style, or go for the classic, a ballet flat.

This question is purely based on your recent comment about being back on your yogurt bowl grind; how do you like to top your yogurt? And a side question - are you team dairy or vegan yogurt?

I love a good yogurt bowl, and as soon as the seasons turn from winter to spring, I’m back to the yogurt bowl as breakfast, so for the moment, my go-to is this delicious Swiss milk lactose-free yogurt from my bio shop, paired with homemade chia seed jam, blueberries, pumpkin seeds, and if I’m craving some extra sweetness my favorite german honey.
I am indifferent to the type of yogurt, to an extent, because my go-to is lactose-free yogurt, so I don’t know if that falls in the dairy or vegan category. Sadly, we don’t get Cocojune or Coconut Cult yogurts in Paris, or else I would 100% be choosing those; I’m already counting down the days till I’m visiting my family in the US so I can go crazy at the grocery shop. I had a phase where I loved Siggis Skyr Greek Yogurt, but in the end it really f****d with my skin, and I’m still seeing the negative effects of it to this day, so definitely no to the full dairy.

What’s currently on your dream wishlist?

Too many things; number one right now is a vintage Kelly bag, to be honest. I’ve seen some really nice ones at my favorite vintage designer shops, and I might just save up for it. I’ve been searching for a new bag since my birthday, and now that I’m doing an internship, I definitely want one that’s slightly bigger than any in my current collection. However, in slightly more realistic terms, my wishlist in short, Bottega Veneta Sardinia bag in Maaroon, Tom Ford Jasmine Rouge, Gucci Jackie in Green, a new watch, and too many new vintage shoes including Dior kitten heels in baby pink, Brown Chanel Loafers, Chanel Flats in forest green, and Manolo Kitten Heels.

Lastly, how would you style the simple and ever-so-chic, white tee?

It would definitely depend on which season I’m styling it for because, in my eyes, you can and should be wearing white tees every season. However, since we’re entering spring-summer now, I would pair my favorite white tee, either from Brandy Melville or Skims, with a classic oversized pair of Levi 501s. For the shoes, I’d go with my white sambas or the classic black Chanel flat (if it’s for a night out though, pair it with my favorite Manolos). Then, the most important part, accessories, so I’ll pair the look with my go-to Hermes and Bulova watch (I love wearing two watches, don’t judge me), a gold bracelet, 2-3 gold rings, and favorite pair of sunglasses, and with this look, I’d match the color of the shoes to the sunglasses and bag, so most likely black Celine sunglasses, and my Ferragamo bag. As for the coat, I’m currently obsessed with my mother's oversized Burberry trench that I took from her, so I will definitely be wearing that, but I hope soon enough it’s warm enough out that I won’t be needing that.

For the first official TIGG interview, I talked with Bella Lombardi about fashion, confidence, and so much more.

For those who don't know, Bella, @bella.lombardi on Instagram is a total fashion guru with her podcast, Bitchin With Bella, and killer photography account, Pix by Bellz. Her outfits are to die for, and she's always on top of the latest trends and hottest brands. I mean if you are looking for some new fashion inspo, look no further.

Bella and I were able to talk and create this written interview for you girls and I would love to see you hotties join the conversation in the comments. You can hear more of Bella talk on Spotify or Instagram, and you know where to find me.

Anyways, let's get into the deets.

how would you describe your personal style?

I would describe it as my own and curated to everything i love. I've always tried labeling my style but I like to have all my favorite styles/aesthetics all together in one.

how did you find your style?

It took years to figure out my personal style but currently its all of my past aesthetics put into one. I also think thrifting helped me find my style and inspired me to go outside my comfort zone experimenting with different clothing pieces.

who are your three biggest fashion icons?

90s/2000s it girls street style, Bratz dolls and me haha

what are your spring/summer closet must haves?

Definitely baggy low rise pants, the perfect baby tee, low rise pleated mini skirts, corset tops, baggy denim jackets, long denim skirts, bandanas, floral dainty tops, fit and flare mini dresses, baseball caps, light knit cropped cardigans.

you have the cutest clothes; where are your favorite places to shop?

thank you! ♡ and honestly thrift stores are my favorite places to shop. Depop, Poshmark, The RealReal are also amazing places to find stuff, i find myself preferring secondhand clothes because theyre so unique. As for non thrift stores I love Revolve, Princess Polly, Brandy Melville and I.AM.GIA.

any tips for the girls out there who are looking to take more pictures and grow their Instagram?

I say just go out and do it! Get yourself a camera stand with a phone attachment, find somewhere with good lighting and just start taking outfit pics, i've been trying to become an influencer since 2014 so it's definitely a lot of work and based off of luck but there will always be someone who loves your content so just go for it! It's a fun way to show and grow your creativity.

what are your favorite makeup products right now?

I love Charlotte Tilbury, their foundation and lip liner are my absolute favorites. Rare beauty blush is the best blush i've ever used. Glossier mascara is great and Makeup by Mario plumping lip serum is to die for.

how do you deal with online haters and not letting them get to you?

It's definitely tough ignoring all the comments i see about myself online especially when it's about my body because i've had insecurities and body dysmorphia for half my life but ive been on the internet for a while and spent all of high school getting bullied so ignoring the hate is something i had to learn. The secret to not letting people get to you is to think "Is this person important to me? Do they inspire me? Would i want to be them?" if the answer is no to those questions there's no reason to let them effect how you feel (: