Greek fashion blogger Evangelie Smyrniotaki is the author of the increasingly popular personal style website StyleHeroine.com. Recent collaborations with Intermix and HarpersBazaar.com have helped to highlight her uniquely hip meets classic style. Continue reading to view additional images of some of her best looks.
The glamorous Fiona Ferrer Leoni is a Spanish fashion writer who contributes to Hola! magazine and is the author of the popular chick-lit book WACU Girls. It was the launch of her book last year that brought Leoni to RDuJour’s attention. The adorable cover alone speaks of the author’s good taste which can also be found in her ultra-chic and classic wardrobe. Continue reading to view additional images.
Austrian actress Romy Schneider has certainly been featured on RDuJour a few times before, yet her classic style both on screen and off remains an on-going source of inspiration. Whether she was dressed head to toe in Chanel during the 1950s and 60s or transitioning into mod-style shift dresses (with Alain Delon on her arm no less) Schneider’s looks epitomise the glamour of retro-European dressing. Continue reading to view additional images.
Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani has a magical wardrobe. She only ever wears the prettiest of dresses or lovely blouse and cardigan combinations that match rich to-the-knee skirts. Other signature notes to love are the black ribbon bands she sometimes wears in her hair, the pops of leopard print that can be found in some of her outfits and the amazing antique-look of jewellery she prefers. Continue reading to view additional images.
It’s hard to find a photograph of Grace Kelly where the actress turned princess doesn’t look chic. Whether it was her 1950s era glamour in cardigans and prom-skirt style dresses or her 1960s big hair and Pucci print years, Princess Grace always had a pulse for what best suited her look. Included in the gallery below are a few images of details from her outfits that we liked.
The dashing Olivier Salliard is the curator in charge of the Palais Galliera Musée de la mode de la Ville in Paris. Responsible for staging exhibitions such as the recent Alaia retrospective that marked the museum’s re-opening after renovation, Salliard also curated the Roger Vivier exhibition Virguile, Etc.. Salliard’s own wardrobe is made-up of retro-style suits and his fabulous signature eye-glasses. Continue reading to view additional images.
Long overdue for recognition as one of Italy’s chicest couples are Matilde Borromeo and Prince Antonius von Furstenberg. Matilde is the sister of model and activist Beatrice Borromeo, sharing her glamorous blonde looks and quintessentially elegant Milanese style. Continue reading to view additional images.
Over three decades after her death in 1980 the Mexican-born socialite Gloria Guinness is still frequently referenced as one of the most beautiful and best-dress women of all time. A former model and rumoured spy, Guinness was also a contributing editor to Harper’s Bazaar magazine from 1963 until 1971 and named to named to the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame in 1964. Continue reading to view a gallery of some of her best looks.
Parisian it-girl Charlotte Chesnais has one of the best jobs in fashion – she’s an in house stylist for Balenciaga. In a 2010 Vogue profile she stated that in a given day she might attend fittings for clients such as Salma Hayek or help come up with ideas for the brand’s jewellery collection. Off duty she is friends with accessories designer Olympia Le Tan and the pair are often seen out and about at an enviable array of parties. Continue reading to view additional images of her look.
In honour of Paris Fashion Week today’s style file features Vogue Paris editor Capucine Safyurtlu. The Fashion & Market Editor of the magazine, Capucine is one of Emmanuelle Alt‘s style contemporaries. They share a similarly minimalist meets rocker chic look, often wearing classic coats and blazers teamed with t-shirts, jeans and high-heels. Continue reading to view some of our favourite Capucine looks.