A Study In Street Style: Natasha Goldenberg
It's Celine, after Celine, after Celine as far as the eye can see with touches of Loewe and Prada. Want to learn how to balance polish with ease? Ask this Russian.| March 27, 2018
They say the best runway is the one on the streets. The runway is where the official action happens, but it is on the streets that real style, worn by real people, is born. In “A Study In Street Style”, we turn the spotlight on some of the most notable street style stars of industry. If ever you’re dry on outfit inspiration, just check back here. We guarantee you’ll leave with at least a handful of styling ideas. That, or your (imaginary) money back.
Oh, Natasha, a woman right after our own heart. Just a quick scroll through her Instagram – that’s @ngoldenberg – and you’ll be able to tell in a second that she is an unapologetically huge Phoebe Philo fan. The lady can do top to toe Celine, from necklace right down to her boots, and still look “real”. Maybe it is that covetable woke-up-like-this demeanour, maybe it is that slightly wavy, slightly mussed lob that acts as a quirky contrast to the tailored lines she favours. (Honestly, taking her pictures to my hairdresser when my next haircut rolls around.)
Part of the Russian street style power pack, Goldenberg is a buyer by trade and is the current creative director of Tsum, which is apparently the most recognised luxury department store in Moscow. She has also worked at various magazines and doubles as a stylist – all this on top of being a mother of two.
Celine is not all in her style repertoire. Sometimes she’s in Loewe, other times Prada, other times Balenciaga. What is rather noteworthy about her personal style is that she manages to balance polish with ease, cool with a bit of corporate, coming up with easy, comfortable looks that will work in a variety of situations, whether you’re by runway or in the boardroom. Think sneakers with a sleeveless trench dress. The same trench dress and a midi skirt. An oversized blazer with a pleated skirt and mid-calf boots. The same oversized blazer with a linen midi dress, boots made for walking and a netted bag. Ladies in an office wear rut, look no further.
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