Think beyond the office: the blazer has been rehabilitated for every occasion. From oversized to deconstructed, three women, on three different continents, share how they’re wearing them now.
‘Here in Berlin, the people are individualists. They don’t rush to reach their goals; they experience, explore and celebrate life. “Be yourself” is expressed in outfits and career choices. The Berlin style can be very loud or low-key cool. My own style is a mix of casual and feminine at the same time. I like effortless looks – I guess that’s why I admire the French style. I think the best outfits consist of four to five pieces max, with a splash of colour. But one should also invest in a good, well-tailored coat, too.’ In shot: Julia wears blazer by Helmut Lang and T-shirt by Proenza Schouler.
‘I love the traditional elements of Hong Kong, like the trams, temples and old-fashioned restaurants. I think my own personal style is quite representative of the city – it has an edge to it. Plus, I’m a huge fan of bold colours like orange, especially this MSGM blazer.’ In shot: Chloe wears blazer by MSGM and T-shirt by Raf Simons.
‘I’m completely obsessed with blazers and white socks right now. They never fail me. In general the way I dress is quite bold and I love to force strange ideas when I’m putting together a look. For me, it’s all about keeping my style as versatile as possible.’ In shot: Dalyss wears blazer by Veronica Beard.
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