International Street Style Stars Slay at New York Fashion Week
Check in with Roam throughout Fashion Week (September 8-15) to see the trendiest, coolest looks from the streets of New York.
Despite New York Fashion Week's Manhattan location, editors, stylists, bloggers and influencers from all over the world flock to the city to attend shows. This diverse mix of women bring with them an incredible sense of style that often represents their respective countries' fashion identities and trends. But, of course, they punch up their looks for fashion week.
Keep an eye on these international street style stars throughout "fashion month" for consistently creative outfit ideas.
Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz, Saudi Arabia
Abdulaziz expertly blends Middle Eastern influences with classic, modern pieces to stunning effect. The newly-appointed Vogue Arabia editor-in-chief opts for elegant, structured pieces for a balanced look.
Ece Sukan, Turkey
Always the practical dresser, Sukan, a stylist and creative director, wears outfits that match the weather, events and her current mood. Turkish women often sport colorful, trend-conscious and conservative, but not stuffy, outfits.
Veronika Heilbrunner, Germany
Heilbrunner consistently lands on best-dressed lists, and it's no surprise, really, seeing how she easily mixes high-and-low, formal and informal pieces. Typical of German fashion, Heilbrunner opts for practical, simple looks with one or two killer accessories.
Veronique Tristram, France
Ah, the allure of French style. It fascinates all of us. Although she lives in Germany now, Tristram grew up in Paris and continues to display that typical French approach to fashion: effortless, elegant, cool.
Celine Aagaard and Annabel Rosendahl, Norway
Aagaard, founder of lifestyle website Envelope, and Rosendahl, style blogger and buyer, regularly attend fashion shows and events together as ambassadors for Nowegian fashion. The two embody Norway's unique fashion approach: layers, volume and details.
Linda Tol, Amsterdam
Tol expertly combines both experimental and minimal-tomboy styles, which is typical of Netherlands' fashion. Tol is a writer, trendwatcher and a mainstay at fashion events around the world.
Sam and Calli Beckerman, Canada
These eccentric twin designers-turned-bloggers possess a fun, quirky style all their own. Canadian women often lean towards minimalistic, versatile styles making the Beckerman twins major influencers in the Canadian fashion scene.
Sofie Valkiers, Belgium
With her preference for refined, feminine looks, Valkiers demonstrates silhouettes favored by Belgian women. She chronicles her fashion adventures on her blog, Fashionata.
Margaret Zhang (R), Australia
Relaxed but put-together defines Australian fashion. It's about looking cool and stylish without going over-the-top. Zhang captures this attitude perfectly with her of-the-moment slip dress casually worn over a striped button-down with a piecey up-do.
Alexa Chung, United Kingdom
This ultimate "It" girl often wears non-fussy, polished ensembles which makes her style so accessible and popular. Chung's versastile looks represent the U.K.'s affinity for stylish, all-occasion dressing.
Miroslava Duma, Russia
Known for her minimal-yet-fashion-foward looks, here, Duma opts for a sleek white sleeveless mockneck sweater, ankle-strap heels, skinny jeans and top-handle bag. This minimal, practical look is typical of Russian street style. Duma is the founder of digital company Buro 24/7.
Sara Sampaio, Portugal
The Victoria's Secret Angel dons a casual model-off-duty look. Her laid-back outfit aligns with Portugal's relaxed style.
Irene Kim, South Korean-American
Kim was born in Seattle, Washington but now lives in Seoul, South Korea. The multi-hyphenate, industry darling models, serves as a brand ambassador and performs beauty tutorials on YouTube.
Chiara Ferragni, Italy
Ferragni is the mastermind behind The Blonde Salad, her personal blog which catapulted her to fashion stardom. Italian street style stars often go for luxe, feminine looks that are polished but fun and flirty, similar to Ferragni's.
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