Style DNA: Wonderland Fashion Editor Julia Sarr-Jamois

It’s impossible not to notice Wonderland magazine fashion editor Julia Sarr-Jamois, and this isn’t simply due to her gorgeous statement natural ‘fro, which she sports with such élan. Her innately cool Style DNA gets her lots of attention too and it has earned her a well-deserved top spot on the list of street-style muses during fashion week in Europe.  

Style DNA: DJ NiRE

Opposites always attract. That’s DJ NiRE’s ethos when it comes to not only the genre-bending beats she produces or the eclectic music she spins at NYC hot spots like Le Bain, Santos, Highline and Le Poisson Rouge, but it’s also her faithful approach to her personal style; which consist of a harmonious sartorial mash-up of vintage, designer, streetwear and menswear-inspired separates.

Style DNA: Model,Designer&Humanitarian Liya Kebede

It’s nearly impossible for model, Lemlem sustainable-clothing designer and humanitarian, Liya Kebede to ever look bad. What with that stunning face and model frame, Ethiopian-born Kebede could rock a questionable Jersey Shore-esque velour sweat-suit and still look great. But the chances of catching her dressed liked Snookie are slim to none. When it comes to style, the mother of two and three-time US Vogue cover girl favors an unfussy look to take her through her busy day.

Style DNA: The Rake Group Fashion Director Esther Quek

[slider_pro id=”1″] Similar to the women at Fashion Week, the men in attendance at the shows are dressed in their finest designer duds. Sightings of men wearing bright colors and mixed prints are proof that women aren’t the only ones having fun with fashion. Nevertheless, one of the most captivating sights during the men’s shows is actually a woman.

Style DNA: Designer Vika Gazinskaya

We’ve come to expect only the best when it comes to Russian designer Vika Gazinskaya pulling off retro, twisted 1950s futuristic ladylike dressing to sublime perfection. Think a more subversive 2012 Betty Draper. Midi skirts, architecturally cut frocks, playful prints, exaggerated shapes, Nike baseball caps and vibrant head-scarves all share equal real-estate in this street-style star’s closet.

Style DNA: Vogue Hommes Fashion Editor Azza Yousif

As a stylist and Fashion Editor at Vogue Hommes International in Paris, Azza Yousif knows a thing or two about creating the ultimate wardrobe. Staple pieces are the bedrock of her sharp personal style. Yousif curates her closet with tried-and-true basics such as tailored blazers, pencil skirts, roomy trousers, trench coats and suits that every woman needs.  

Style DNA: Swimwear Designer Lisa Marie Fernandez

If there’s one fashion era that is dear to our hearts, it’s definitely the ’70s, so when swimwear designer Lisa Marie Fernandez started popping up on our radar a couple years ago, we instantly fell hard for her stellar ’70s-inspired sense of style (not to mention her sporty-chic neoprene swimsuits). The former stylist’s penchant for belted high-waists, below-the-knee pencil, A-line and inverted pleat skirts, wide-leg trousers, slim-fitting turtlenecks, bodysuits, trench coats and knee-high boots make for the perfect urban style equation.