Style Icon – Daphne Guinness

Daphne Guinness - The Glove

There is no better way to start my fashionably late entry into the world of blogging by sharing with everyone the style icon I have respected for a long time – Daphne Guinness.

    Daphne GuinnessDaphne Guinness carries a discriminatingly strong personal style and wears haute couture effortlessly. I admire her strong advocate to dress to her creative sense of style. She claimed to never been paid to wear anything from a designer, but happy to wear clothes designed by her friends; which conveniently includes luxury designer Karl Lagerfeld as well as dominatrix-inspired designers such as late Alexander McQueen and Azzedine Alaia.

To honor the Guinness brewery heiress’ closet of avant-garde couture, FIT held an exhibition in New York showcasing her closet that consisted of a wide range of remarkable designers that ended last week. It is like every fashionista’s dream-come-true to rake her closet as she unveiled over 100 pieces of true Daphne Guinness style to the public.

Daphne GuinnessWhile I have a more subdued personal style compared to the dark glamour-style icon, I admire Daphne Guinness’ fearless presentation of herself; and I agree with her quote on identifying in fashion without being a fashion person. I am innately shy, as Daphne Guinness claims herself to be as well, so this is an inspiration for me to evolve and explore beyond my existing style.

Thanks for reading and please continue to check back and read up on style tips.

Daphne Guinness

Photo credits: W Magazine, New York Observer, Harper’s Bazaar, Getty Images

About apopofpurple

A self-professed shoe-a-holic who would be in maxi gowns 24/7 if she could!
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