Miranda Kerr swapped yesterday's polished pairing for an edgier ensemble while toting her son, Flynn, around NYC. The model layered a quilted Balenciaga leather jacket over a black top and Nobody skinny jeans, then slipped on a pair of badass Tabitha Simmons lace-up leather ankle boots for extra sass. The gorgeous mom completed her street style with a pair of Flint shades, a few dainty rings, and a floral Prada tote for a touch of feminine flair. If you love Miranda's latest NYC look as much as we do, shop similar pieces below.
If you're on the hunt for an ensemble that transitions from a casual day at work to dinner and drinks, then look no further than Miranda Kerr's latest NYC look. The model worked true-blue Nobody denim ($291) and a black, sheer-sleeved blouse with tasseled leopard Prada loafers and her trusty leather Givenchy bag ($2,405). Her gold glitter Miu Miu shades ($390) lent a touch of sparkle, while her mixed-metal jewels, slick topknot, and punchy pink lipstick were the icing on her chic street style.
Miranda Kerr had her hands full while arriving at Narita International Airport in Tokyo. The model mom layered a quilted leather Balenciaga jacket over a simple gray tee and NOBODY skinny jeans. Her printed scarf, suede booties, and Alexander Wang bucket bag injected a funky vibe to her get-up-and-go ensemble. A quilted leather jacket is all the rage these days, but if you can't afford Miranda's Balenciaga, here's a less expensive, equally edgy alternative. Channel Miranda's take on street chic for your next shopping date, or swap the scarf and booties for a sheer leopard button-down and colored pumps for a night out.
A new book is coming out with lengthy designer interviews from the likes of Karl Lagerfeld, Christian Louboutin, and John Galliano--it's called "Influence" and it, well, happens to be co-authored by the Olsen twins. You can pre-order it on Amazon and watch a video interview with the authors, right here. It could read like the vortex of all tabloids.
It's no surprise that of the Arcadia Group titles, Topshop is doing well but Topman, we are happy to hear, is also growing steadily in spite of the economy. The men's section at Topshop is famed for being rather anti-climactic (not that everything from Zara to H&M isn't just the same) but perhaps with double digit sales growth, that will change.
Australia's denim brand Nobody is teaming up with Hollywood's Cafe Wa s to make t-shirts that help water conservation. The t-shirts read "Nobody Wa s Thirsty" and proceeds will go to the non-profit charity:water. And all the way uptown...God's Love We Deliver held a dinner to celebrate designers who performed great acts of community service. Anna Wintour, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, and Tory Burch were all there to talk about the organization and their charity efforts.