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Ulyana Sergeenko

yesterday i had a jaw on the floor moment when i saw the lookbook for the debut collection by Ulyana Sergeenko spotted on Lisa’s blog (do you read Lisa’s blog? you should). you may know Ulyana from street style blogs, as she is often seen at various fashion weeks around the world. i didn’t even realise that […]

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riders on the storm

right, street style round up. no need for any explanation.

uliana sergienko. killing it.

trendycrew ; streetstyle aesthetic ; easy fashion ]

pants pants pants! flares! flares! flares!

turned out ; cafe mode ; easy fashion ]

cuffed jeans, big coats.

stockholm street style ; sartorialist ]

this entire vibe.

[ dublin streets ]

these skirts.

[ trendycrew ; citizen couture ]

eva fontanelli.

[ hanneli ; sartorialist ]

alexa chung.

[ 1 +2 stockholm street style ; hanneli ]

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gibson girl

i don’t know who this lady is, but she absolutely stole the show in all the paris fashion week pics.

edit: i know who she is now, it’s uliana sergienko. yes sir.

{ all pics from mr. newton }

in case you’re wondering about the title, the Gibson Girl was the standard for feminine beauty in the late nineteenth / early twentieth century in the US…

First appearing in published illustrations in the late 1800s, the Gibson girl was the creation of American artist Charles Dana Gibson. Gibson’s art depicted the fashionable upper-middle-class society of his time, particularly a certain type of modern young woman. Independent, athletic, and confident, the Gibson girl was also pretty and feminine, illustrating some of the contradictions of modern womanhood at the turn of the twentieth century.

{ fashion encyclopedia }

some of his drawings:

an editorial from life magazine:

gibson girl paper dolls:

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