Street Style Stars You Need to Know

Sure, any fashion girl worth her salt knows The Legends: Kate Moss, Alexa Chung, and Carine Roitfeld to name a few. These women make regular appearances on the street style circuit. But it’s time for new ladies to steal the spotlight. While these names might not surprise some of you out there, let’s give credit where credit’s due.

Joanna Hillman


As the Style Director at Harper’s Bazaar US, one would expect Joanna to be super-stylish, and man, does she deliver. Whether she’s mixing prints like a boss, or wearing her signature orange-red lip, Joanna is the epitome of effortless, if unexpected, chic.

Taylor Tomasi Hill

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 08: Guests seen leaving the Prabal Gurung show on September 8, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images)

Taylor has a eye for unexpected, quirky details, which suits her well as the Style & Accessories Director for US Marie Claire. Maybe it’s statement shoes, or the “It” item of the season paired so expertly with unassuming basics you tell yourself you, too can be on the same level as Taylor.  A girl can dream.

Sarah Harris

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Richard Young/REX (1350631am) Sarah Harris (Vogue) Cocktail Party for Kit Willow Hosted By Poppy Delevingne at The Rising House, London, Britain - 22 June 2011

While it was (and still is) trendy to go grey – even if your not starting to get salt and pepper strands – Sarah Harris, the fashion and features director of British VOGUE could easily be credited with helping boost the trend. Rather than hide her silver mane with dye, she embraced it, and adding to that fact that she’s always spotted wearing a capsule wardrobe of smart basics with a menswear influence, she is clearly the Queen of Cool.

Candela Novembre

We all need to take the master class  in print mixing from this model and socialite. Boldly churning together patterns and textures, the result is always playful, yet somehow never crazy. Sign us up!


Which fashion maven do you bow down to? Sound off below!

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