Clicking through of gallery of Milan Fashion Week street style, it's impossible not to stumble across a picture of Chiara Capitani. The fashion and image consultant has that high-low thing down to a T, effortlessly mixing off-the-runway Moncler with vintage denim, or a Supreme sweatshirt with Prada heels. And hopefully soon enough, you'll be able to get the look for yourself, as Capitani hints that she may soon be starting her own namesake collection. "My biggest project in the works is to launch my own brand soon," Capitani told W. "I'll keep you in the loop!" In the meantime, the street style star shared her style must-haves, including the restaurant she always hits during Milan Fashion Week, the most prized possession in her closet, and why she really, really wants a drone.
Image consulting and designer.
Describe your style in 3 words:
Dynamic, feminine and sporty.
White t-shirt, vintage Levi's, sneakers and vintage bomber.
Favorite Stores in Milan:
One Block Down, Corso Como.
Favorite Vintage Stores in Milan:
Madame Pauline, Mercatino di Penelope, Franco Jacassi, Cavalli e Nastri.
Brigitte Bardot and Debbie Harry.
A pair of Manolo Blahnik pump, which I never thought I’d buy.
On my wish list:
The new DJI drone for my future travels.
Something you always travel with:
My black Céline sunglasses.
Upcoming travel plans:
Something you’d never wear:
I like to change and discover hidden aspects, so probably there isn't something I would never wear.
Favorite accessory you own:
My rings, which were a gift from my father.
Estée Lauder serum. And I still have to need to try their under-eye one!
Music you’re listening to right now:
"Tu non mi basti mai” by Lucio Dalla.
The Tate Modern in London.
Brands to watch:
Attico, Palm Angels, Ssheena
Go-to spot in Milan:
Giacomo Bistrot is a can’t miss. Going there is a ritual for every fashion week.
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