Fashion It Girls of the Moment: Get Their Look

Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Edie Sedgwick – these women were the fashion trailblazers of the 20th century. Heralded for their elegance and unique flair, style icons of the past continue to inspire us today. With such an inspiring icons to follow, what trendsetters will carry us into the future?

While the fashion world is always welcoming new faces, five fashionable “it girls” continue to turn heads with every appearance they make.

Victoria Beckham

Photo via Vogue.com (Splash News)
Photo via Vogue.com (Splash News)

Want to know what we want (what we really really want)? Victoria Beckham’s closet. Beckham deserves to be crowned as one of the most fashionable icons in the world. She seamlessly achieves a new level of chic each time she walks out the door. From sophisticated dress in the Victoria Beckham line to relaxed denim, we’re never disappointed. Posh always was our favorite Spice Girl.

GET HER LOOK:

Mid-rise Best Girlfriend Jeans at Gap, $69.95
Fendi Facets Sunglasses at Fendi, $365
Wool Silk Blend Rib Knit Sweater at St. John, $595

 

GIGI HADID

 

Photo via Us Weekly (James Devaney/GC Images)
Photo via Us Weekly (James Devaney/GC Images)

This year’s fashion “it girl” is no other than supermodel Gigi Hadid. When she isn’t busy leading Tommy Hilfiger’s Rock Circus at London Fashion Week, she is making the street her runway. We adore Hadid’s style and especially love her vibrant printed jumper and emerald green accessories.

GET HER LOOK

Long-Sleeve Cross Over Jumpsuit at Diane von Furstenberg, $598.00
Druzy Layer Necklace at Lucky Brand, $49
Prada Jewel Ankle Strap Sandal at Nordstrom, $1,200.00

 

KATE MIDDLETON

Photo via Elle.com (GETTY)
Photo via Elle.com (GETTY)

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, holds a special place in our heart. Carrying herself with class and distinction, Kate and her clothing make us feel royal. There’s never a fascinator too big or a heel too high for Britain’s favorite leading lady. Recreate Middleton’s look in a practical way with an understated gilded headpiece and demure lace dress. Toss on a pair of luxurious velvet pump, and you’re practically on your way to Buckingham Palace!

GET HER LOOK:

RAECHAL Lace Peplum Dress at Ted Baker, $349
Leaves Halo Headband at Urban Outfitters, $20
Alterego Velvet Pump in Gilt Gold at Stuart Weitzman, $455

SOLANGE KNOWLES

Photo via ManReller.com
Photo via ManReller.com

Beyoncé may have more Grammys, but she has nothing on her sister’s wardrobe. While the Beyhive bows down to their Queen Bey, fashionistas look to Solange for the next major trend. She’s a shoo-in for every best-dressed list, applauded by significant magazines such as Vogue, Marie Claire, Elle and InStyle for her bold style. When future decades look back on the 2010s, Solange’s illustrious reputation will remain woven into the fabric of our era’s fashion scene.

GET HER LOOK:

Mara Hoffman Structured Skirt at Anthropologie, $275
Wrap Coat in Boiled Wool at J. Crew, $168
Marc Jacobs Metallic Snake-Embossed Aurora Slide Sandals at Bloomingdale’s, $295

OLIVIA PALERMO

Photo via WhoWhatWear.com (GETTY)
Photo via WhoWhatWear.com (GETTY)

Olivia Palermo is an industry veteran, climbing the ranks of NYC’s fashion scene to leading her own empire. From early beginnings as a PR employee for Diane von Furstenberg, her career quickly catapulted to A-list status when she joined the cast of MTV reality show “The Hills.” Her resume is filled with dream jobs that entail a modeling contract with Wilhelmina, design collaborations with Stuart Weitzman, an appearance as a guest judge on “Project Runway,” a global ambassadorship for Banana Republic, and more. Palermo has a versatile and diverse style, but this chic black number is one of our favorite inspirations for fall.

GET HER LOOK:

Selma Blazer at AllSaints, $268
Leggings Pants in Leather at Givenchy, $2,545
Kinzey Kitten Bootie Heel at Sam Edelman, $140

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