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To wear white in winter is to play on tones and textures; Stephanie wears the Cristaseya Shetland sweaterEtienne Deroeux Roberta jacquard trousers and the Sophie Buhai Simple Collar. Scarf, seen throughout, is stylist's own. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crisp white may seem a faux-pas, but white fur-lined sneakers defy the rules. Eytys Arctic Doja sneakers, worn with Y's dot socks and Acne Studios Onno poplin trousers.

 

 


Saffron toned melton wool will melt away any grey day. Contrast it against white for best effect. Stephanie wears the Lemaire Sleeveless Wrapover Dress over the Etienne Deroeux Sharon tee and Lemaire Wrapover skirt, all accented by Sophie Buhai's Arp earrings and Robert Clergerie Morris Monk strap shoes

 

 

 

 

 

Winter whites and reds can be sweet, unless the whites are bright and sharpened with silver glints and the reds are cool. Here, the French designer Etienne Deroeux provides pieces to play with; the MA-1 jacket, the Mila short sleeve sweater, and the Leona Zip skirt

 

 

A vibrant coat is an easy way to finish your outfit; the Harris Wharf Cocoon coat is impeccably tailored in Italy from a pressed wool, and comes in a cheerful shade of orange. Here, it's layered over the Lemaire shetland sleeveless sweater and the Etienne Deroeux crisp poplin Volta shirt, all nicely accented by Sophie Buhai's Simple Collar.

 

 

Soft, cloudlike and chunky, the Acne Studios Holden sweater is accented by oversized horn buttons, allowing one to open the neckline to one's desires. But how to keep warm? Try layering with the micro-thin Kamila turtleneck, also from Acne Studios.

 

 

 

Silk, a natural insulator, is an excellent layering secret, but who would want to cover up the sumptuousness of the Catherine Quin marigold top? We paired it with the beautifully fluid 1205 Threadwork skirt, and added the Lemaire key bell, made from moulded leather, which - though meant to hide keys - is too beautiful to be used for only that.