“As the sisters have matured, there has been greater interest in their fashion choices, with the New York Times declaring Mary-Kate a fashion icon for pioneering her signature (and now popular among celebrities and fans alike) “homeless” look. The style is similar to the boho-chic style popularized in Britain by Kate Moss and Sienna Miller. The look consists of oversized sunglasses, boots, fedoras, loose sweaters, and flowing skirts, with an aesthetic of mixing high-end and low-end pieces. And boy does it work! Mary Kate pioneers the look and as Bi-coastal stylist Karen Berenson said, ‘She makes skinny girls in baggy clothes look cool.’ “
"To date we can’t think of one concerning Emma, as she has not put one foot wrong in her emergence from the caterpillar-like persona or Hermione Granger to the beautiful butterfly that now graces the red carpets of worldwide premieres and the pages of the most elite fashion magazines."
It’s all over the catwalks and the streets. Monochrome is back, the sixties revival is in full swing and it’s time you got on board. Take a look at how you can add it to your wardrobe, from small, signature pieces to full looks. Who’s wearing it and how?