10 posts tagged "Miroslava Duma"
When we first fell in love with the intricately embroidered coats from the Dries Van Noten Fall ’13 collection, we had no idea just how essential they would become. New York basically felt like one giant snow globe throughout NYFW, and such statement coats became the unrivaled uniform of the style set. Miroslava Duma and Taylor Tomasi Hill both stepped out in DVN’s opening look—a slightly oversized, midnight blue coat with shocking pink embroidery—and Tommy Ton spotted another showgoer in the camel and sunshine yellow version in London. We’ll probably regret saying this, but we’re secretly hoping for another cold front next year—all the more reason to expand our coat collection.
In the past year, Russian It girls Miroslava Duma, Ulyana Sergeenko, and Elena Perminova have made their mark on street-style blogs worldwide. But right now we have our eye on former Hello Russia editor and current fashion director at Kova & T, Natasha Goldenberg. Naturally, Goldenberg, who recently launched her own line, Tzipporah, has a covetable look just as eye-catching as her style sidekick and best friend, Miroslava. Tommy Ton snapped Goldenberg while getting into a car between menswear shows in Milan. She was sporting an oversize camel coat with striped Carven trousers. Get the look with pieces from Marni, Jimmy Choo, Boy by Band of Outsiders, and more below.
From top left, below:
1. Boy by Band of Outsiders coat, $1,690, available at www.thecorner.com
2. Barneys New York beanie, $149, available at www.barneys.com
3. Marni trousers, $840, available at www.netaporter.com
4. Jimmy Choo pumps, $525, available at www.luisaviaroma.com
Just when we thought the sneaker trend was on its way out, another pair made it onto our radar. This time it’s the work of Tibi designer Amy Smilovic, who created a street-chic capsule collection for bloggers and It girls like Elin Kling, Miroslava Duma, Caroline Issa, Taylor Tomasi Hill, and Poppy Delevingne. Smilovic used iconic styles from Converse and Vans as her canvas and infused them with Tibi’s signature prints. Think black and white daisies, pastel florals, and bright optical patterns (pictured). But Kling, Duma, et al. are not the only ones who are lucky enough to rock these sneakers. Starting today, the collection will be available on Tibi.com, where you can personalize a pair complete with your own initials. At just $125 each, you may even want to buy two.