Front row seats: how to spot the style tribes of Fashion Week
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There's a reason Tommy Ton is practically as famous as Mario Testino. The style on the streets piques our interest as much as what's showing on the runways, with Buro founder Miroslava Duma a case in point.
What the front row are wearing is almost as clear cut as a high school clique - except you never, ever wear pink. Not even on Wednesdays. Here's what the four major tribes will be wearing this fashion week.
Tribe 1: the fashion editors
The army in black, fashion editors are easy to spot. They're the ones nonchalantly rocking a black-on-black ensemble that's somehow both timeless yet completely on trend. Matched with a killer pair of heels, the look is tailored and effortlessly chic. Shop the look below:
Left to right: Balmain blazer, Alaïa boots, Balenciaga skirt and Givenchy top, all net-a-porter.
Tribe 2: the publicists
The number of kilometres a fashion publicist clocks during Fashion Week could rival that of a marathon runner - they're on their feet constantly - before, during and after each show. For the PRs, ease of wear takes priority, without sacrificing style - trainers and loose-fitting layers are the order of the day.
Tribe 3: the bloggers
All-out colour and vibrant prints - the fashion blogger stands out from the crowd. They know what pops in a photo and they dress accordingly, with daring outfit choices that are sure to make heads turn - and camera shutters flash.
Left to right: Valentino dress and clutch, Sergio Rossi shoes and Temperley London coat, all net-a-porter.
Tribe 4: the models
Off-duty cool is the models' mantra. Clad head-to-toe in black, their uniform is marked by biker boots, camo, studs and leather - anything with a rock n' roll edge.
Left to right: J Brand jeans, Saint Laurent jacket, Tabitha Simmons boots, Balenciaga jacket, all net-a-porter.
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