April 25th, 2016
In Holiday

‘Unos Aires De Paris’

Holiday magazine went to Argentina for the SS16 issue and the stories are beautiful.

Photography by Jack Davison    Styling by Elodie David-Touboul

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CHLOÉ

Long wool blazer

JOSEPH

Jamie panelled silk dress

REJINA PYO

Lila hooded checked wool-blend duffle coat

JOSEPH

Sinclair sucked silk-crepe blouse

JOSEPH

Collins draped silk skirt

LOEWE

Point-toe navy suede and leather chelsea boots

KHAITE

Doris cotton-gabardine trench coat

GIANVITO ROSSI

55 leather knee boots

VICTORIA, VICTORIA BECKHAM

Color-block ribbed merino wool turtleneck sweater

ISABEL MARANT

Nirvy studded leather sandals

REJINA PYO

Avery oversized belted two-tone cotton twill trench coat

J.W. ANDERSON

Scare Crow suede ankle boots

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  • The clothes are beautiful! Buenos Aires has gone the way of so many once glorious cities–under socialist rule, with a ruling class and lacking honest capitalism and free enterprise, they nose dive into mediocrity and eliminates the middle class. America, here we come!

    PaulaApril 25th, 2016  11:32 PM

     
  • The clothes and the model and the mood are all beautiful! And pay attention to Buenos Aires now. It’s coming back under Macri!! Mark my words!

    lkaApril 26th, 2016  7:41 AM

     
  • Oh how I wish we could get away from political commentary at least one place in the world.

    AliApril 26th, 2016  7:59 AM

     
  • Seriously. This is a fashion site, not everyone shares the same politics, it would be wonderful if commenters restrained themselves.

    C.MicholApril 26th, 2016  11:58 AM

     
  • Fashion trends grow out of the culture and reflect politics and economies. Design and manufacture of clothing is greatly affected by political and economic factors – which is why so little is exported out of Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Poland, etc. Certainly not everyone shares the same views. But hopefully we can tolerate hearing views different than our own, especially when expressed with courtesy and respect.

    PaulaApril 26th, 2016  9:49 PM

     

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