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Take a look at the Winners of the 2015 Street Style AwardsTuesday 1 December 2015
Last week, the renowned fashion site Who What Wear launched a contest about the best in 2015 street style, from the flashbulb-worthy accessories to the surprising trends that made it big. How about if we start this week with the news about the 2015 Street Style Awards and its winners? Here is the complete list with the winners in each of the award categories!
Street Style Star of the Year: Pernille Teisbaek
Pernille Teisbaek is proof you don’t have to fill your wardrobe with designer duds to stand out on the street style scene.
Celebrity Street Style of the Year: Olivia Palermo
Whether she’s mixing patterns and textures like a pro or elevating a look with a belt or scarf, there’s always something new to learn from Palermo. Don’t miss our exclusive interview with the star
Model Muse: Kendall Jenner
This was the year of Kendall Jenner. We all watched as the 20-year-old model blew up on the runways and landed a slew of covetable campaigns, including Estée Lauder and Balmain, but what kept us tuned in all these months was Jenner’s effortless off-duty style.
The Risk Taker: Natalie Joos
Natalie Joos, the founder of Tales of Endearment and the recent e-commerce component Tales of Vintage, is a breath of fresh air on the street style scene.
Best Fashion Week Game: Chiara Ferragni
Multiple outfit changes and endless photo ops are commonplace for Chiara Ferragni at fashion week, which calls for a robust wardrobe filled with showstopping pieces.
Best Accessories: Miroslava Duma
Miroslava Duma may be small in stature, but her penchant for noteworthy accessories is anything but.
Best Runway to Real Way: Anna Dello Russo
Come fashion week, the runways are Russo’s oyster, and the Vogue Japan editor at large knows just how to turn heads.
#InstaStar: Eva Chen
Eva Chen has long been at the forefront of social media, but thanks to her new role as Instagram’s head of fashion partnerships, the influencer is taking her ’gram game to next-level awesome.
Best Street Style Couple: Veronika Heilbrunner and Justin O’Shea
If you’re not already familiar with fashion’s power couple Veronika Heilbrunner and Justin O’Shea, it’s time to get acquainted. Heilbrunner, co-founder of the website Hey Woman!, quickly won us over with her genderless sensibilities and the fact that she makes flats look cool with just about everything. O’Shay is about as dapper as they come, with his three-piece suits and greased-back hair—and the man knows his womenswear, too! He is the buyer for online retailer Mytheresa.com, after all.
Best Editor Style: Julia Sarr-Jamois
Julia Sarr-Jamois is the definition of a fun, fearless female. We love that she doesn’t play it safe with her look, taking editor style to a whole new level of cool.
Owns New York Style: Leandra Medine
When we think of New York fashion girls, Leandra Medine immediately comes to mind. Her look is every bit as exciting and unapologetic as the city itself.
Owns London Style: Poppy Delevingne
If there’s anything we learned from our time with Poppy Delevingne earlier this year, she nailed every one of her looks at London Fashion Week this September.
Owns Milan Style: Giovanna Battaglia
As a contributing fashion editor for W Magazine, a senior editor at Vogue Japan, and the creative director of New York City cabaret Queen of the Night, Giovanna Battaglia’s influence is on a global scale, but no where is she more in her element than her native Milan.
Owns Paris Style: Emmanuelle Alt
Emmanuelle Alt’s uniform is simple but powerful: black top, black bottoms, and a statement jacket. It’s been her signature for years, but the fuss-free look never gets old.
Best Photographer: Tommy Ton
Tommy Ton was a pioneer of street style photography. Before launching his own site this September, the Toronto native’s images graced the pages of some of the most prestigious publications, including Style.com and GQ, making him a fixture on the streets of fashion week season after season.
Source: Who What Wear