They say trends are born on streets and not in magazines. We completely agree with this point of view! People constently choose something new to wear, when they want to look the best way. They try to “WoW’ us with their style and we consider that it’s like a new trend to wear for everyday.
Just look how often Anna Dello Russo is photographed – she was born a trendsetter. She told about herself at the age of 6 or 7 in an interview, her father let her choose a present for her birthday and he thought she would ask for something girlish like it should be with a girl at such a young age, but Anna demanded a Fendi bag. And Fendi bag it was. Now she’s an editor-at-large and creative consultant for Vogue Japan, you should see what kind of brilliant photosessions she’s done while working for that magazine!
Magazine editors can get the “next season” garments after just one phonecall being in a close relationship with designers, that’s where “editor streetstyle” comes from. Editor-in-chief of American Vogue Anna Wintour is quite Chanel and Prada lover, while ex editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris Carine Roitfeld chooses Givenchy, Burberry and Valentino for appearing in front of the cameras.
There is an unwritten rule to be dressed in designer clothes for that designer show presentation and there are couple of celebrity stars who live by this rule. We believe going to a runway show is almost like going to a brazilian carneval, you can never be aware of what you can see, sometimes people take “being fashionable” too serious and they just look funny. Ofcourse if your aim is to get surrounded by cameras you can put a garbage bag on, but who knows, maybe this will become the next season trendiest thing to wear. FRONTROW wishes you never to loose your personality. Be brave, be stylish, be beautiful!