Got street-style exhaustion? You won’t after checking out the feeds of these British fashion stars.
Julia Sarr Jamois
A senior fashion editor for the edgy i-D magazine, the twentysomething former model and sometime-stylist Julia Sarr Jamois mixes prints like the pro she is and always stands out for her big, beautiful mane of black hair. London, she recently told Australian Vogue, is her favourite fashion city, “because you can just wear what you want and no one cares.”
The fashion features director for Vogue U.K. told Into the Gloss recently that her now-signature silver hair first started greying when she was in her teens. “I was pretty mortified at that age, but my mum was completely silver when she was young,” Sarah Harris, who is in her early thirties, told the popular beauty blog. Her silver mane is now as admired as her minimalist fashion looks.
As a globe-trotting contributing editor for Vogue U.K., 42-year-old model Laura Bailey knows her way around a fashion closet. The striking mother of two is also a creative director of the jewellery label Loquet London and, as such, is never caught without delicate accessories that accent her flowing blonde locks.
Pandora Sykes (left)
The 27-year-old fashion features editor and self-proclaimed “wardrobe mistress” for Sunday Times Style, is never fully dressed without a bright, beaming smile. While many of her street-style cohorts choose a poker-faced pout when faced with a camera’s shutter, Pandora Sykes rounds out her funky, retro-inspired ensembles with her signature bob and a sunny grin.
Signed, like fellow genetically gifted bestie Cara Delevigne, to London-based Storm Modelling U.K., fresh-faced Adwoa Aboa, 23, has already shot with Steven Meisel for Italian Vogue, among many high-profile others. A unique mix of English, Ghanian and American, Aboa is beloved for her quirky accessories and gorgeous freckled skin.