Winnie Harlow On Wearing Micro Minis and Posing for the Paparazzi

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For a Saturday spent lunching with her friends, the ideal dressed-up daytime look entails a floor-sweeping printed dress by Etro that boasts a halter neck at the front, with a nude heeled mule by Fendi, and a same-hued Chanel bag.

Etro cut-out printed silk halter gown

Fendi first beige leather high-heeled sandals

Sunday: In-Between Shows

“This is the kind of look I’d wear in New York Fashion Week in September,” says Harlow. “I feel like Sailor moon,” she says in an oversized Thom Browne button-up and blazer cinched at the waist with a Dior Saddle bag. The supermodel likes to wear button-ups to get in and out of runway looks during fashion week with ease.

Thom Browne slim-fit button-down collar grosgrain-trimmed cotton oxford shirt

Thom Browne grey 4-bar socks

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