Street Style By Condé Nast College Students

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As the loud opening of the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design took place on February 2013, we expected to see among its students the fashion-forward individuals who decided to dedicate their lives to fashion and we were not mistaken. When taking a stroll on the Greek Street, where the college premises are located, we were thrilled to capture the stylish-looking girls that demonstrated a perfect ability to create the chic ensembles using pieces by budget-friendly brands. Let’s take a look!

Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design is based in the center of London and aims to educate in the sphere of fashion and design. At the present moment it offers 2 courses: ten-week-long Vogue Fashion Certificate and the year-long Vogue Fashion Foundation Diploma. After graduation its students will be able to work in different areas of fashion industry.

Condé Nast Students and Their Style

Anneke Ven Der Veer demonstrated a multi-layered look, which consisted of a Zara leather jacket worn over a Cotton On Cardigan, a H&M t-shirt and Current Elliott skinny denims. As for accessories, she opted for New Balance trainer shoes, Mulberry bag and Gucci eyewear.

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Street Look of Anneke Ven Der Veer

Daniela Perinova wore the trendy printed pants by Zara along with Bershka shirt and G Star denim jacket. She accessorized a look with Michael Kors oversized bag, Marc by Marc Jacobs ballet flats and Gucci scarf.

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Street Look of Daniela Perinova

Deanne Barnares showed a perfect city look with chic vibe as she teamed Mango cobalt blue top with Apple Boutique leather skirt styled with Naturalizer knee-high boots, H&M sunnies and Portobello vintage jewelry.

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Street Look of Deanne Barnares

Diana Fillmore warmed up the upper part of her body with fur-trimmed leather jacket by Husk layered over Scanlon and Theodore cardigan and Sara Phillips dress. She complemented a look with Pretty Ballerinas ballet flats and Culter & Gross eyewear.

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Street Look of Diana Fillmore

Emily Higgins went for a total black outfit, which included a sleeveless vest, patterned top and a midi skirt, which she styled with Alexander Wang oversized bag and Acne platform shoes.

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Street Look of Emily Huggins

Francesca Cella combined creamy baggy pants by Marni with a button-up shirt by Topshop and a denim jacket by Helmut Lang. She complemented an outfit with Marc by Marc Jacobs shoulder bag, Vivienne Westwood shoes and Zara sunglasses.

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Street Look of Francesca Cella

Harriet Lee pulled out an edgy look with a rock and roll feel as she wore H&M leather skinnies with Cos shirt and Kurt Geiger studded ankle boots.

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Street Look of Harriet Lee

Kelly Blakemore demonstrated a perfect look in casual style, which consisted of J Brand slim-fitting jeans, Topshop printed shirt and Zara parka. As for accessories she went for AllSaints ankle boots and Whistles shopper bag.

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Street Look of Kelly Blakemore

Lilit Khachatryan went for a look with effortless feel: she simply teamed Mango navy blue top with checkered trousers styled with Furla bag and Zara shoes.

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Street Look of Lilit Khachatryan

Tiana Barnard went for a classy look in subtle tones that included white Zara blazer worn over cobalt blue shirt and Urban Outfitters skinny denims. She styled an outfit with & Other Stories brogues and Dolce & Gabbana eyewear.

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Street Look of Tiana Barnard

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