Anatomy of a look: Caroline Issa, fashion director of Tank magazine

Let’s see what Caroline Issa’s got in store.

Fashion director of Tank magazine, celebrated street style star, fashion designer and creative consultant, Caroline Issa is always three steps ahead when it comes to setting the style agenda. 

Anatomy of a look: Caroline Issa, fashion director of Tank magazine

DOUBLE TROUBLE 

Issa is known for her killer classic and this double-breasted blazer is no exception.

These tailored beauties are the perfect transseasonal staple: As perfect with a flirty skirt as it is with a more studious polo neck and jeans.

‘Wycliffe’ blazer By Unique, Topshop, €360

SKIRTING THE ISSUE 

Our Tank girl captures the pre-Fall collegiate spirit with aplomb by adding a soft pleat skirt to mannish separates. 

If opposites attract, then this look is a match made in heaven.

Pleated floral skirt, Zara, €49.95

SUCH A LOAFER 

Gucci’s horsebit loafers has created a heel-free zone for industry insiders and fashion followers alike. 

Get a toe in the action with these trusted Topshop gems. Wear ‘em now; wear ‘em forever.

‘Karter’ loafer, Topshop, €85

Anatomy of a look: Caroline Issa, fashion director of Tank magazine


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