Shala Monroque’s had one of Paris Fashion Week Spring 2010 most talked about street style look.Her refined eclectic taste had everyone at attention.
A pop of bold color on her feet courtesy of platform YSL heels easily updates this basic attire to modern heights.
At the Museum of Modern Art’s 41st Annual Garden Party, Shala Monroque mastered the art of looking pulled together. She looked radiant in a monochromatic look that included a champagne Prada top, tiered skirt and platform heels in a bevy of textures that enlivened her ensemble.
A clean faced Shala Monroque is, as expected, one-step-ahead of the fashion crowd in one of Spring 2010 runway trends: gingham.Here Shala Monroque injects some refinement to the All-American print with her signature turban and a seriously fierce necklace.The right accoutrements make a world of difference here.
It’s safe to say that Shala Monroque has fallen hard for Rodarte. The Editrix is often photographed wearing the label.Here in Rodarte’s kaleidoscopic mini-dress and Prada jeweled sandals, Shala Monroque demonstrates how color and texture can merge to create a captivating look.
Go ahead and drool, we know we are. These babies are from the Prada’s Fall 2008 collection. A bit rock&roll, a bit polished lady, these stunning pieces of walking art are the perfect accessories for this art enthusiast.
She turns up the volume of her casual look with a statement necklace and polished turban, but Shala Monroque isn’t stopping there. The leopard skin bag and dark wooden bangles add even more magpie, style layers to her denim and gingham look.
Shala Monroque does lady-like chic in a tailored, wool coat and elaborate, pretty heels.
Shala Monroque, here fêting the opening of Rodarte’s Paris shop, reminds us of how the classic contrast of black-and-white always works.