A random assortment of fashion's finest and their families. I had a lovely Easter with my cousin visiting me in Sydney - so glad I could spend it with some of my family! Natalia Vodianova and family. Stella McCartney A/W 2011 Show, Paris. Miranda Kerr and Orlando and Flynn Bloom. JFK...

In between shows at Milan Fashion Week, Russian model Natasha Poly was spotted on the street in a chic monochromatic fringe ensemble. Natasha's style is always quite subtle - she often opts for uncomplicated yet elegant looks, but this one stands out as different. Here, she is rocking a...

Natasha Poly for H&M, spring/summer 2011. Erin Wasson by A lexi Lubomirski for Vogue Spain, June 2011. Iselin, Daria, Natasha, Kasia and Ginta by Jean-Baptise Mondino for Elle France, May 2011. Ashley Smith by Miles Aldrige for Vogue Italia, May 2011. Natasha Poly, Chanel Cruise...

Not that I have a problem with the native americas being the source of fashion inspiration (what isn't 'inspiration' for fashion these days?) - I've just never seen myself as a girl who can pull off something so... western. Fringing, suede and spurs have never really been my cup of tea. And...

working! Very excited to say that I've landed my very first job in fashion. See below for hints ;) X

We were trying so hard at work today to figure out what the style is called, and, as usual, I couldn't sleep until I had my answer. The d'Orsay. Yes, like the Parisian museum. The Frenchness of the name seems quite fitting I think when you consider the sex appeal that the sharp heel, pointed...

Feng with styling by Vogue Aus fashion editor Naomi Smith - straying (well, slightly) from her usual palette of monochrome model-off duty grunge. What better to welcome the spring season than aquamarine, white and airy pink chiffon. Granted, it is the October issue, a month smack bang in the...

Kate Waterhouse, Fashion Editor for the Sydney Morning Herald - also happens to be the daughter of Gai Waterhouse, champion Australian horse trainer. Although her style isn't anything groundbreaking and (as someone mentioned quite a while ago on her tFS thread) is a little similar to that of...

It's not groundbreaking fashion - unlike, say, an earthquake - but that is precisely the point. Easy, wearable pieces for girls who like their clothes with a slight, but ever so sexy, edge. via: style.com

And some Natasha Poly, just for good measure. And just like that, she's back. And so am I. X

 

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