We Ask MO Staffers: Who Is Your Style Icon?

Fashion / We Ask / April 3, 2012
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Kat H. | Fashion & Style Reporter for Meets Obsession Magazine
Coming from some of the most fashionable lineage ever, her mother is Jane Birkin, it’s no wonder that actress and model Lou Doillon has such great style. I like that she’s eclectic and incorporates bohemian, rock and menswear touches into the way she dresses. The result is effortless and definitely her own.  Best of all, her signature rumpled hair always compliments her sartorial choices. Doillon’s ability to make it look so easy is both enviable and admirable.  Who else would wear a cropped motorcycle jacket with a flowy gown to the Met Gala and look so incredibly stylish?

Jenny M. | Fashion & Style Reporter for Meets Obsession Magazine
Kate Moss – she’s effortlessly cool in every situation and her connections to the music industry make her even more iconic. Her mix of vintage and haute couture keeps her looking interesting and inspirational. Of course, her dose of attitude, is the icing on the cake and something that few can imitate!

We Ask MO Staffers: Who Is Your Style Icon?
Sinta J. | Fashion & Style Reporter for Meets Obsession Magazine
The hysteria revolving Rumi Neely is no less than it was when she first broke onto the scene rockin RVCA and introducing the world outside of SoCal to ombre hair.  Her star has rocketed from SoCal blogger to fashion model and front row mover and shaker. I am on the Rumi love train like many — the truth of the matter is,  she puts clothes together in the most interesting ways and always stays true to her inspirations and aesthetic fancies creating always a copy-worthy look. I had the pleasure of meeting Rumi at New York Fashion Week and she is as sweet as she is totally sweet plus humble to boot. Of course I also love that she adds diversity to the world of fashion as a half-Japanese model.

Bridget M. | Fashion & Style Reporter for Meets Obsession Magazine
Definitely Anna Dello Russo. I think she has an incredible way of making the most insane pieces feel wearable (like a hat with cherries). She has a true gift. She also has an apartment just for her clothes. Take that Cher Horowitz!

 


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