We already brought you Part 1 of our Fashion Editor Street Style coverage during the Paris Haute Couture shows, but there were so many great looks, we had to keep on going. Below you’ll find Part 2, where we highlight even more uber-fashionable insiders who set trends and remind us why we all love fashion.
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Forum member favorite Giovanna Battaglia started her week’s outfits off with a matching polka dot top and pants combination accessorized with high-heeled sandals, gold necklaces, her requisite wrist-full of bracelets, and a small green snakeskin clutch. “She always has the best accessories, I absolutely LOVE that necklace and clutch,” wrote liberty33r1b. Later, to attend the Valentino Haute Couture runway presentation she wore a dress from Valentino’s Fall 2011 Ready-to-Wear collection.
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Forum members loved the yellow skirt, denim shirt outfit that Shala Monroque wore to the Giambattista Valli Haute Couture show. “I just love the insouciance of wearing a vintage denim shirt to the hottest couture show in all of Paris,” mikeijames posted.
“I was wearing my denim shirt and yellow skirt just yesterday,” wrote lola rose. “Glad to see Shala had the same thing on her mind,” she added.
Later in the week Shala went in a different direction wearing a navy dress and hat. Guellin posted: “I love it. The dress is beautiful, the shoes are perfect for the dress (and beautiful as well) and the hat looks nice.”
Though she’s no longer Editor-in-Chief for French Vogue, Carine Roitfeld was back in attendance at this season’s Haute Couture shows. For the Valentino show, she wore a form-fitting white Dolce & Gabbana long-sleeved dress with sheer black tights and open-toed heels. The dress was nice, but dodencebt and fontana both expressed that they could have done without the tights.
Anna Wintour attended the Valentino show in a bright red printed dress with a blue ruffled cardigan thrown over her shoulders. “Anna looks amazing lately: I cannot get over it!” exclaimed Not Plain Jane. “Love how she is wearing her jackets and sweaters as little capes. Chic.”
Anna accessorized with the Manolo Blahnik sandals that never seem to leave her feet and her signature mix of jeweled necklaces. “I have always admired those necklaces since I first saw them on her,” wrote liberty33r1b.
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Anna Dello Russo donned some YSL to put together one of her less flashy outfits from Paris Couture week. The top, skirt, and shoes are all YSL, her clutch is Fendi, her snake bracelets are Roberto Cavalli, and her padlock necklace is Eddie Borgo. “Gotta love that profile,” dodencebt wrote of the above photo. “Everything is perfect.”