This look seems more european, with the use of neutrals and oversized shapes. Although the tied belt does have an obi feel. I particularly like the lace up 70s top, and the bomber precariously slung over one shoulder.
This look demonstrates clever layering. I love the cropped roll neck jumper with the buckled straps across the chest, holding up textured sleeves. Sheer black peeks out from beneath a pair of slouchy trousers, drawing the eye to the waist. The orange bag adds a pop of colour, matching her lipstick.
This all-black look is a gem. A harness (see a theme?) adds interest to the long-line black shirt and I didn't think culottes could look this good on a man. I love how the converse, sunglasses and even phone case follow the all-black rule. And I want to steal that Saint Laurent tote.
This final look may be my favourite. The distressed ribbed top paired with a maxi skirt gives a modern edge to the gothic feel of the look. The accessories really elevate this look - the silver necklace and safety pin earrings make a statement, whilst the hat frames her head perfectly. The briefcase adds a polished vibe, and I love her circle frames, which even cover her dramatic white fringe.
Images from Vogue and WWD