JOY STARKEY explores the clean lines and bold beauty of minimalist fashion
Minimalism is elegance. It is timeless style. It is the Audrey Hepburn of trends. Luckily for us many of the Spring/Summer ’12 trends work well for those of us who prefer clean lines to the cluttered.
Work it by framing yourself in a swinging a-line coat for a modern twist on Twiggy. Channel Chanel by pairing a boxy, monochrome jacket with matching shorts. Or why not dress your waist in a peplum (See photo number 1): it’s the shape of the season and may I just say, it does wonders for the figure.
Stylist: Joy Starkey
Photographer: Eliska Haskovcova
Model: Maya Hambro
All clothes from John Lewis (apart from photo 1: top from H&M and photo 6: dress from Zara)
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