Jumper by Prada, t-shirt by Frescobol Carioca
Shirt and hat by A Kind of Guise, t-shirt by Muji
Sleeveless coat by Loro Piana, jeans by Jacob Cohën, earrings and bracelet by Salvatore Ferragamo, scarf by Begg & Co
Glasses (left) by Oliver Peoples, (right) by Lindberg
Slides by Clarks Originals
Jacket by Valstar, polo shirt by Parajumpers, shorts by Roy Roger’s
Gilet by Herno, shirt by Pine, trousers by PT Pantaloni Torino, trainers by Oliver Spencer
Jumper by Closed, shorts by Jacob Cohën, sandals by John Lobb
Dress by Norse Projects, sandals by Hudson, bag by Chanel
Bag by Bottega Veneta
Jumper by Jacob Cohën, shirt by Universal Products from 1ldk, shorts by Colmar, glasses by Eyevan 7285, bag by Orcival from Bshop
Cardigan by Markaware from Parking, polo shirt by Emporio Armani, trousers by ts(s), watch by Hublot
Bag by Loewe
Bag by Mismo
Shirt by Oliver Spencer, jeans by Prada, watch by Tag Heuer, bracelet by Tateossian
Sandals by Havaianas
Jacket by Roy Roger’s, shirt by La Paz, trousers by A Kind of Guise
Jacket by Oliver Spencer, jumper by Circolo 1901, shorts by Goldwin, trainers by amb, glasses by Persol
Cardigan by Unitus, jumper by Scye, trousers by Lardini, glasses by Persol
Shirt by Norse Projects, trousers by PT Pantaloni Torino, bag and sandals by Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello, bangles by Hermès
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