Wearing: Anthony Vaccarello Asymmetric Mini Skirt (old, but find similar options here, here, and here), Mango Coat (from last winter available here, and similar here and here), Raye Sandals (alternatives here and here), Asos Cami (similar), Mango Earrings (similar), Céline Sunglasses (similar), and a Boyy Bag
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No one does a leather skirt like Anthony Vacarello, it even makes all the guys say “hello”. The sartorial master of asymmetry and edgy sexy knows a thing or two about how to transform leather into an architectural piece.
You’ve seen me wearing this mini skirt number a couple of years back. Even though, admittedly, I haven’t taken out this sexifier in a while for a spin, the relatively warm weather this October provided the perfect occassion to wear it. Here in Southern Bavaria, we’ve been experiencing temperatures over 20°C, which is kind of crazy at this time of the year, if you ask me (looking at you, global warming).
Anthony Vaccarello might be mostly known as the current creative director at Saint Laurent successing — *drums roll* — Céline’s new creative director better known as Hedi Slimane, a.k.a. the currently most hated figure in the fashion world(I wasn’t thrilled about his work at the Maison either), but he’s been doing edgy sexy for longer than that and, of course, I have been following him since his beginnings.
Despite the fact that designer leather garments are quite pricey, this skirt by Anthony Vaccarello is one of those pieces I knew I’d love forever and time has just confirmed it. I’ve paired it with barely-there clear strap sandals for an extra leg-elongating effect and a pea coat to not look overly sexy.
How about you? Do you like Anthony Vaccarello a/o his job at Saint Laurent?
Wishing you all a Happy Hump Day. x
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