Three chic fashion insiders share their style journeys

Social media has granted us behind-the-scenes access us to the lives and wardrobes of a new wave of fashion insiders, and we find ourselves seeking style inspiration from these multi-faceted career women more so than ever before. Which is why we’ve teamed up with FARFETCH for a conversation on personal style with three influential women in fashion with both enviable careers, and the wardrobes to match. From dressing for your personality and your values, to the key pieces on their lust-lists right now, discover what fashion in 2020 means to the women who are shaping the industry from within.

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Anissa Kermiche

Jewellery designer and sculptor


The French-Algerian designer studied engineering and worked in consulting in Paris before her career took an abrupt turn. Feeling creatively unfulfilled, Kermiche packed her bags and moved to London to study jewellery design at Central Saint Martins, launching her eponymous label upon

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How to nail modern French girl style better than Emily in Paris

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There’s certainly a sense of irony in putting together a guide to French girl style. The Parisian brand of effortless chic is intrinsic, not studied or copied. French girls form a personal relationship with their clothes, one outside of the world of trends and must-haves as dictated by fashion brands. And they live in their clothes, not simply wear them; it’s easy to do so when your wardrobe is full of timeless pieces. Through years of thoughtfully dressing up, French girls just know what makes them look good. Their style rules (and they do have them, despite the shrug of insouciance they may offer) are deceptively simple: go for a look that’s laid-back but never lazy, clothes that are special but never showy. It’s all in the fit, fabric and fine details, after all. As a new exhibition reveals, the spirit of French couturier Coco Chanel
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Fall fashion finds from local style blogger

We might be staying home more, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fashion fun along the way. Embrace the season with style and comfort with these fall fashion finds from Andrea McHugh of Newport Stylephile.

Items featured in segment:

We’re In This Together Sweater by Ellsworth & Ivey.

Sailor Sailor’s Haley top in orange and gold sports a stylish chain design and when headed out, a matching face mask.

-Participating in Rhode Island’s #BYOBlanket (Bring Your Own Blanket) campaign? Bring along this buffalo check, easy-to-care for cotton blend blanket by Chappywrap.

Sassy sweatshirts from Groove Newport

Autobiography by Rhode Island’s own Arden Myrin: “Little Miss Little Compton”

Luxury pajamas by ELLA

VOTE sweater by Wooden Ships

Tory Burch’s limited-edition Vote T-Shirt

VOTE Necklace by Uncommon Goods

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How Kamala Harris uses style to tell her story

How the candidates for president and vice president communicate nonverbally—from their facial expressions, to how often they wear masks, to the way that they dress—is a critical component of their campaigns. This is not to suggest that the colour of a blazer or the print on a tie is of a piece with a candidate’s policy positions. But, as Vanessa Friedman persuasively argues in The New York Times, “Substance doesn’t exist entirely independent of style.” Style, when wielded most effectively, can often reinforce message, substance, and character.

Look no further than VP candidate Kamala Harris’s now-viral plane exits.

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When she’s not in heels, as she was for the vice presidential debate in Salt Lake City, Harris is

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