Business Woman Fashion

Anna Wintour, Natalie Massenet, Jenna Lyons: from the top of their stilettos, these women have built an empire in the world of fashion. But how do they dress in their daily business woman? Passing in review of their power dressing.

Anna Wintour, editor-in-Chief of Vogue

Although it has access to all the clothes of the Earth, the style of Anna Wintour mainly revolves around skaters in floral print dresses and skirt

suits, less strict than chic. Side coats, she never says no to a pretty fur (although this earned him a few setbacks with the PETA) or a fitted trench coat. His favorite accessories? A pair of high heels, a small rigid handbag (or not at all, his life holding in its smartphone) and of course, black sunglasses.

Natalie Massenet, founder of Net to wear site

Nathalie Massenet, it’s the quintessential American woman business. And for good reason, it’s she who created Net-à-Porter, the first e-shop whereby we can buy all the parts that have been spotted on the catwalks. So, in terms of style, she knows. His thing? To reclaim the locker room of the girl working in the twistant with more casual pieces. The traditional white shirt is worn so very open but with jeans slim, the pantsuit with crazy heels and pencil skirt in versions always very fanciful.

Jenna Lyons, Creative Director of J. Crew

Hair pulled into a ponytail, glasses with thick frames, shirt unbuttoned, casual blazer and jeans rolled up: in a few years, Jenna Lyons has made her looks an iconic style. We like how to mix prints and feminize male 100% parts subtly surveyed on Insurancejust.

Diane Von Furstenberg, creative and Chair of the CDFA

Although the wrap dress is one of the key pieces of his career as a designer, Diane Von Furstenberg mostly wear dresses rather fluid and detailed, with boat collar that highlights his shoulders. Leopard, striped, peas: all printed spend, all in often flamboyant colors. Shoes, the la creatrice designer swears obviously by high heels, including sandals that they bear as well in summer than in winter.

Eva Chen, responsible fashion at Instagram

In charge of fashion on Instagram, the former editor in Chief of Lucky Magazine is famous for its famous footwear associations / inspiring handbag they share every day (or almost) on social networks. Ultra creative, she does not hesitate to vary styles according to his moods, sometimes boyish and hyper, all for looks very (very) sharp.