THE FASHION EDITOR'S UNIFORM12.02.15
Guest Editor, Stacey Duguid is no stranger to dressing for Fashion Week, and this season she talks us through four key looks from our SS15 collection that embody the Fashion Editor’s 'uniform' and perfectly capture the mood and style of each city.
About the Shoot
Fashion month is upon us and with it brings a flurry of excitement and anticipation for the season ahead. Throughout her career in the industry, Reiss Guest Editor, Stacey Duguid has perfected the art of dressing for the event. Choosing four very different – but equally relevant – looks from our SS15 collection, she talks us through her personal style and how it varies from New York to Paris and everywhere in between.
‘I have a go-to ‘uniform’ in terms of colour, shape and styles that I know suit me’ she says – a statement that’s reflected in outfit choices for the approaching month. From sharply tailored separates to languid calf-skimming silhouettes, each look conveys the mood of the city for which it’s been chosen. ‘London is fun and has an anything-goes attitude. Milan is all business, important advertiser dinners and meetings. There is always a lot of parties in New York and Paris has so many inspiring shows.’
Stacey’s must-have fashion week items include her phone, twitter and instagram (‘I like to stay connected!’) and her fantasy front row would feature; Diana Vreeland, Linda Evangelista, Maya Angelou, Debbie Harry, Viv Albertine, Kim Gordon, Anna Wintour and Hilary Clinton (‘if this lot were in the room nobody would care what came down the catwalk.’)
From the arctic climes and busy streets of New York City to the hint of spring and romantic boulevards in Paris, Stacey Duguid’s considered ensembles epitomise city-appropriate dressing. Classic and trend-led pieces seamlessly combine to create an effortlessly chic aesthetic that feels fresh and right for now. Visit the Reiss blog for more details of Stacey’s Fashion Month edit.