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5 Stars Who Are Inspired by Street Style

Street style has become more important to fashion than ever before, with many trends taking off after being spotted on unique dressers walking the streets of Paris, New York or London. Daring to be different, a unique street style is all about grabbing attention for a well pieced together look, and these 5 stars all agree that they find it very inspiring to see people getting creative and finding their own individuality when it comes to getting dressed. 

  1. Anna Wintour

Vogue editor Anna Wintour loves observing stylish people in the street: “I like seeing what the editors wear at the shows. They dress with such wit, imagination and originality – sometimes we’re not quite as good at that in New York. I’m also interested in seeing just the girl on the street because she is unlike any other. I’m inspired by whatever it is she might be wearing.” 

  1. Clemence Poesy

French actress Clemence feels inspired to be more unique when she sees the bold style in NYC: ”I think in Paris I dare a bit less. What I love about New York is that no one cares… you can wear whatever you want. You can be as crazy as you want. So I feel freer there. I tend to wear lots of hats in NY. And I just love people-watching in London. The Brits have a really amazing sense of style.” 

  1. Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth is inspired by other star style and has always been influenced by London’s street fashion too: ”I love Rashida Jones’ hot nerd vibe and Beyoncé’s playfulness in trying different trends. I love Cameron Diaz’s ability to rock silver nails and layer tons of tiny gold jewellery. I am also very inspired by street style in London where I have lived pretty much for 10 years.” 

  1. Nicki Minaj

Nicki loves taking her inspiration from Japanese street style: “Where do I get fashion inspiration? Life, especially the streets of Tokyo. Life inspires fashion.” 

  1. Olivia Palermo

Olivia loves the style of her fellow New Yorkers: “I love it! You want to see an eclectic group of people and fresh faces in fashion. It girls have always been there. Growing up on the Upper East Side, that’s probably where I get it from, seeing all these older ladies who are just so elegant and polished. I love 50s and 60s glamour, to me that’s the ideal of fashion. I just love that era and I look to it for inspiration, always. I think it’s important to have that Hollywood glamour in our culture today because you can’t just have pop culture.”