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Sophia Roe out and about Copenhagen during Spring 2021 Fashion Week wearing a Rokh two-tone Shirt available at FARFETCH
* White and black faux-leather two-tone shirt from ROKH featuring a classic collar, a front button fastening, two chest pockets, short sleeves, two front pockets and a straight hem.
+ ssimilar to her bag: Saint Laurent Kaia Mini Leather Shoulder Bag in black, available at MYTHERESA
* You’ll never wonder which bag to carry when you have the Kaia Mini crossbody from Saint Laurent. Made from smooth calf leather in wear-with-anything black, this mini iteration holds all your essentials, thanks to the four card slots and slip pocket at the interior back wall. Indeed, it’s perfect for weekend wear or a quick coffee run.

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Jeanette Madsen in a di(vision) Paisley Shirt.
(Photo via @jeanettemadsen)


Jessie Bush in wearing the Jacquemus La Chemise Vallena Shirt in floral print available ON SALE at MYTHERESA and NET-A-PORTER
* La Chemise Vallena shirt comes from one of Spring/Summer 2020’s most-watched runway shows, Jacquemus’, during which models glided through lavender fields. The boxy silhouette is crafted in France from linen and cotton and tempered by an abstract floral print. Clash prints to get a runway-inspired look.
** Simon Porte Jacquemus teamed this shirt with a floppy straw hat and blue dress at the Provençal Spring ’20 presentation. Nodding to classic bowling styles with a boxy shape, it’s woven from linen blended with cotton and patterned with artful, exaggerated blooms. Leave yours unbuttoned over a strappy bikini.
+ get her Proenza Schouler sandals.
(Photo via @wethestylepeople)


Tiffany Hsu is also wearing the floral print La Vallena shirt from Jacquemus.
(Photo via @handinfire)


Tifany Hsu is wearing Jacquemus La Robe Vallon Twill minidress, available ON SALE at MYTHERESA
* Simon Porte Jacquemus looked to his childhood in rural France as the inspiration for the Vallon minidress, which comes fresh from the SS20 runway. Drawing upon workwear codes, it’s cut from twill to a boxy silhouette with a spread collar, and it’s accented with an assortment of utility-chic pockets.
(Photo via @handinfire)

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