Inspire your latest wardrobe update with the best international street style you can shop here and now

Around the world, September is the biggest month for fashion — with New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion weeks unfolding one after the other. As the rest of the world returned to the street style schedule, there was a rambunctious range of looks that celebrated being able to dress up again. While we prepare our wardrobes for a return to outings and outfits (soon) we are inspired by the low-key yet luxurious looks that show an assured appreciation of style.

From Christopher Esber’s effortless dresses (available from Muse Boutique) to Chloé’s cult-status Woody tote (now online at Workshop) some key pieces are already on our shores. Snap these up from Auckland’s foremost, forward-thinking boutiques, and thank yourself later.


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Right: Kat Collings wears Christopher Esber, brand available at Muse.
From left: Chloé Woody Tote available from Workshop; Filippa K Hutton Trouser available from Workshop.
Aissata Kourouma wears Ganni, brand available at Workshop.
From left: Nanushka Idris Twist Shirt available from Muse; Tibi Suit, brand available from Muse.
Veronica Beard Jacket, available at Muse.
From left: Nanushka skirt, brand available from Muse; Loulou Studio Espanto Cotton Shirt available from Workshop.
Lisa Aiken wears Christopher Esber, brand available from MUSE.
From left: Acne Studios bag, brand available from Workshop; Grece Ghanem wears Moncler.

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