Style Icons at Fashion Week

The weekly Style Icon series has been running for nearly 10 months now. As I was looking through the photos from the Front Row of the Fashion Weeks that have just come to an end, I thought it might be time to recap some of those who have been featured and who made their mark on the Front Row in New York, London, Milan and Paris:
First, Sienna Miller, who was not only making an appearance on the Front Row but also on the catwalk with her collection with sister Savannah, Twenty8Twelve:

Kate Moss has been a regular on the Front Rows since the 1990s and she continues to put her fashion foot forward:

Alexa Chung retains that quintessential English style that she has perfected, even when on the Front Row in another city:

Next up, Olivia Palermo was making waves here, at London Fashion Week and across the pond on the Front Row in New York:

Kiera Knightley, the face of Chanel’s Coco Mademoiselle, made an appearance for the brand’s show in Paris:

And finally, last week’s Style Icon Clémence Poésy, here at the Chanel show in Paris:

If you have missed the Style Icons featured on the blog, check them out here.

Tell me, who is your style icon?

I am also looking for bloggers who would like to write a guest post for this series, about their Style Icon, please get in touch if you would like to get involved.

All photos: Marie Claire


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2 Responses to Style Icons at Fashion Week

  1. They all look wonderful! I love Sienna and Alexa's style (and Kate Moss of course).

  2. Harriet says:

    Loving Clemence Posey and Alexa as always. Also I'm pretty sure Keira copied my hair…!

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