Style Palazzo Wed, 10 Aug 2022 16:34:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Style Palazzo 32 32 Sienna Miller’s Street Style: 7 of Her Classic Looks for Everlasting Fashion Inspiration Wed, 10 Aug 2022 16:34:21 +0000

Orin Carlin

Actress Siena Miller is nothing short of a style icon, and his vintage bohemian looks that defined early 2000s festival fashion – floppy hats and studded belts with a touch of cashmere on them – are a case in point.

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But it has to be said that the 40-year-old’s style has evolved and she can certainly handle herself when it comes to more casual outfits, with her archive of street style photos serving as a sartorial reminder only in case of doubt, channeling Sienna Miller is always a good idea.

Good morning! Fashion take a look at some of Sienna Miller’Classic street style is an eternal source of inspiration for casual outfits:

Sienna Miller wears… a color block leather jacket

In 2016, the actress styled a classic button-up shirt with cropped gray skinny jeans and white lace-up sneakers, completing her outfit with outerwear in the form of a boxy structured leather jacket.

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Sienna Miller wears… a long embroidered coat

The actress proved that boho is not just a phase, but a lifestyle outside of the Dior show in Paris in 2017. Sienna brought back the 70s trend with a black wool coat, richly embroidered with patterns floral.

Sienna Miller wears… a Louis Vuitton Cannes bag

For Louis Vuitton’s Fall/Winter 2019 runway, Sienna accessorized her asymmetrical plaid coat with the label’s playful cylinder-shaped Cannes bag – a more than adequate ensemble for a glamorous Parisian affair.

Sienna Miller wears… a pinstripe suit

Sienna’s rust pinstripe suit is a masterful example of on-trend tailoring. Grandpa outside Today’s show in November 2019, the actress looked effortlessly chic in oversized silhouettes and acetate shades.

Sienna Miller wears… a sheepskin coat

At the heart of her style, Sienna is clearly a 1970s girl. The actress looked radiant on the streets of Utah in 2020, sporting a cozy shearling coat, black polo neck and suede boots. studded sheepskin.

Sienna Miller wears… a silver sequin blazer

Gucci’s Love Parade held in Los Angeles last November was peppered with the hottest names in fashion, and yet Sienna made her mark with ease in a silver sequin double breasted blazer, monogram tights and large T-bar platforms.

Sienna Miller wears… a white dress with English embroidery

Sienna was the picture of elegance at this year’s Wimbledon in a Ralph Lauren Bardot lace number which she teamed with a chunky black belt and snake-print sandals.

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‘I’m a classic introvert, so isolation is really nice for me’: Rahul Khanna Wed, 10 Aug 2022 07:00:33 +0000 “Mr Khanna”, as actor Rahul Khanna’s Instagram profile puts it, is a “Bollywood boutique actor”. He may not pose for the paparazzi, but he manages to charm his fans’ social media by regularly sharing drool-worthy photos that are sure to knock your knees out.

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His photos are always relevant: perfect pose, expression and style (even shirtless!). So when we asked him about his mantra, the actor shared that he takes his wardrobe very seriously and makes sure to “dress to always impress.” Perhaps then it was only natural for him to venture into the world of fashion entrepreneurship, which he recently did with a capsule collection of men’s accessories.

From his personal style ideology as an expression of himself to his foray into fashion and some good tips, the fifties who is preparing the release of his new film Lostspoke with exclusively on all this and much more! Edited eexcerpts below:

How would you describe your pandemic experience?

I’m a classic introvert, so isolation is really nice for me! I was able to adapt quite easily to confinement. I was busy most days with Zoom calls – working on conceptualizing the RKXC line and working with Aniruddha (Roy Chowdhury), preparing for Lost. I was locked in without any staff, so I also did all my cooking and Housekeeping. I was lucky to be in an area where there was easy access to the outdoors, so I was able to get plenty of fresh air and exercise safely. My thoughts are with everyone who has been more directly affected by the virus and faced personal tragedy.

Tell us about your foray into the men’s accessories line.

I have always been interested in style and I have a specific point of view on what I like. When Chokore (who specializes in accessories) approached me, it seemed like a good choice and a chance to do something creative and different.

How would you define your style?

Style is an expression of your personality. It’s how you present yourself to the world and say something about yourself without speaking. My personal style is understated and unfussy. i like classic men’s clothes and muted colors. Everyone’s style should be unique because everyone is unique.

And your fashion ideology?

I like simplicity and elegance, as in the mathematical sense, nothing foreign or difficult. I also tend to steer clear of anything too “trendy” and like items that have longevity and will last a long time. I don’t really like wearing color often unless it’s on a accessory. But that’s just me. I like to see people who have very different tastes express themselves through their clothing choices.

Your advice for investing in men’s accessories?

I suggest you start with the basics.

– An elegant plain navy silk tie
– A pristine white pocket square (there are both fine linen and eri silk fine options)
– A black bow tie to tie
– A black silk tie
– A festive silk pocket square to wear during traditional Indian festivals

Five things you don’t leave home without and why…

Sunglasses (gives me a false sense of intimacy)
My AirPods (I love podcasts, listening to music and meditating while stuck in Mumbai traffic)
Hand sanitizer (I was doing this before the pandemic!)
A few face masks (I always mask strictly in indoor public places)
A bottle of water (I’m always thirsty and I drink liters every day)

How would you prepare to impress on a date?

You don’t need anything to impress. Just be respectful and be yourself. Your personality is what should shine through. Make sure you are dressed appropriately for the environment you are in, your attire is clean and ironed, and you have freshly showered. In terms of a accessory, I would recommend a simple white pocket square. Here’s a pro tip: pulling a freshly washed white linen pocket square out of your pocket and offering it to someone in need of a handkerchief is also an incredibly chivalrous and charming gesture that’s sure to win you over. admiration and praise.

How important is it for people to reinvent themselves?

It depends on the individual. If you feel the need to reinvent, reinvent! I prefer the term refining. You have to evolve and become the best possible version of yourself.

Your take on androgynous fashion.

As we evolve as a species, our views on gender also evolve beyond the outdated binary construct. And fashion reflects this. While the “RKXC Collection” includes what is considered traditionally masculine furniture, this collaboration is truly for anyone who loves classic menswear, regardless of the gender they identify with or conform to. I like to see people of all persuasions wearing ties or pocket squares, either customarily (with sharp suits) or creatively tied around their necks, in their hair, as a belt, as a wristband or still adorning the handles of a bag. At the end of the day, stylefor me, is about self-expression and should never be limited by societal norms.

A timeless fashion tip…

Be honest with yourself, Express yourself.

And then ?

No idea! I can’t wait to see what the universe has in store for me.

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Issey Miyake, who opened a door to Japanese fashion, dies at 84 Wed, 10 Aug 2022 01:51:26 +0000

Issey Miyake, one of the first Japanese designers to parade in Paris, whose pleated dress style allowed freedom of movement and whose name became a global synonym for avant-garde fashion in the 1980s, died in Tokyo on Friday. . He was 84 years old.

His death, in a hospital, was announced Tuesday by the Miyake Design Studio, which said the cause was liver cancer.

Mr Miyake’s designs have appeared everywhere, from morning to night, from factory floors – he designed a uniform for workers at Japanese electronics giant Sony – to black tie dances.