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Hailey Bieber’s Miami Wardrobe Is Worth Taking Notes From

Hailey Bieber’s Miami Wardrobe Is Worth Taking Notes From

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Hailey Bieber has been delivering a masterclass in wedding-guest dressing over the last few days (when in doubt, sequins!), but her downtime Miami uniform has been infused with the same sort of glamour that’s noteworthy in the run-up to party season – two words that wreak havoc in the minds of lo-fi dressers, and conjure sheer delight in those of secret divas.
Bieber, who has recently switched up her stylist and now employs her husband’s dresser Karla Welch full time, has a few cool-girl tips to take when RSVPing yes this winter. Tick off the key trends, but never compromise on your personal style seems to be her mandate.

For a night out in South Florida, Hailey demonstrated her deftness at pulling off the miniskirt trend again, by going matchy-matchy in a lime-green Agr twin set that would have piqued Cher Horowitz’s interest. She dialled down the fluffy brush knit coords with chunky Marni loafers and a Saint Laurent Le 5 à 7 shoulder bag, so the mood was more schoolgirlish than super club.
The color-block micro coords and penny loafer combo is one we have seen from Bieber before. Remember her June Paris trip, when Hailey and her husband gave Europe a taste of Hollywood style? Her all-lavender Raf Simons and The Attico look was, incidentally, one of the first from Welch, who is responsible for Justin’s unique brand of hypebeast streetwear.
Hailey doing all-purple in Paris in June. Photo: Getty
Bieber’s other secret weapon besides her searing twinsets – which, by the way, would look equally chic in muted colourways, as demonstrated by Vogue France editor and miniskirt enthusiast Eugénie Trochu – is her stash of Nensi Dojaka’s spliced-and-diced tops and dresses. By now, it’s de rigueur for any It-girl to have posted at least one mirror selfie strung up in the London-based designer’s sheer negligée-style pieces, but Hailey has been layering hers and framing them with her signature baggy jeans for a point of difference.
Bieber styling Nensi Dojaka her own way: with beachy braids and low-slung jeans. Photo: Instagram.com
Of course, party season means nothing to a woman who dresses up for a living, but – whether you’re bracing yourself for a month of cheap fizz or raring to hit the dance floor – it’s worth noting that putting your own spin on the trends always pays off. Nearly naked dress or not.
Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

Paris Hails a Bombastic New Shopping Address with the Reopening of La Samaritaine

Paris Hails a Bombastic New Shopping Address with the Reopening of La Samaritaine

Inside La Samaritaine – Paris. Courtesy Karla Otto
Before French President Emmanuel Macron met with Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey, at the Elysées Palace in Paris, he was alongside LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault to cut the proverbial ribbon on one of the most beloved department stores in all of France. The reopening of la Samaritaine—affectionately referred to as “la Samar” by Parisians—has finally occurred, 16 years after closing for renovations.
La Samaritaine Paris. Photo by Matthieu Salvaing. Courtesy Karla Otto
The department store is featured in a 1907 steel frame and glass Art Nouveau building by Belgian architect Frantz Jourdain that overlooks the Seine on the right bank in the 1st arrondissement. It is listed as a historical monument by the French Ministry of Culture since 1990. La Samaritaine houses the French art de vivre, which translates to shopping, eating, and culture. No less than X fashion houses are curated to offer a very French mix and match style–think Alaïa, Loewe, Alexander McQueen, Chloé, Chanel, but also regional names like Shourouk and Vanina are alongside a blend of Scandi-cool brands like Ganni, Rotate, and Rains. Meanwhile, avant-garde Parisian sneaker brand Shinzo Paris offers a unique concept featuring 100 m2 of exclusive, ethical, and responsible sneakers, each one fulfilling one of their five criteria: local, recycled, vegan, organic, or reconditioned. Look closely and shoppers will see there are many limited editions and previews available to La Samaritaine along with what is the biggest beauty space in Europe exclusively featuring Dolce & Gabbana Beauty, Helena Rubinstein, Clé de Peau Beauté, SK-II, Fragonard, Orveda, and Sulwhasoo. There are also five beauty spaces including a spa and a house of perfume.
La Samaritaine beauty space. Photo by Matthieu Salvaing. Courtesy Karla Otto
There are 12 spaces to eat everything from caviar to burgers, while books by Assouline and a pop-up Perrotin Gallery will seduce tourists and Parisians alike. Take the elevators to the top to witness the spectacular Art Nouveau peacock fresco restored to its former glory. At 3.5 meters high and 115 meters long, it is the work of the architect Jourdain’s son Francis. Alternatively, shoppers can also climb the 270 original oak steps . The railing has been restored with 16000 gold leaves. The artist Francis was also commissioned by his father to decorate the store facade with enameled Volvic lava that serve to soften the structure. Adding a touch of contemporary architecture are the glass waves forming the facade of the Rivoli street side designed by Japanese architects of the Sanaa agency.
For a lucky few, after a full day of shopping and sightseeing, La Samaritaine is adjoined by a Cheval Blanc Paris hotel, complete with a Dior Spa.
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