Anatomy of a look: Dree Hemingway

Fashion model, actress and great-granddaughter of Ernest, Dree Hemingway has a unique knack of commanding the red carpet with an off-duty demeanour – and we love her for it.

Let’s see how she does it.


Anatomy of a look: Dree Hemingway

Checks may be big news next season, but Dree plays it like no big deal with a vintage tee, studs and a nose ring. Limited edition check zip through shirt, River Island, €53


Anatomy of a look: Dree Hemingway

Laidback luxe requires two things — understatement and quality.

Ms Hemingway nails these proportions in her beautifully crafted oxblood leather bag. Saddle stitch leather shoulder bag, & Other Stories, €155


Anatomy of a look: Dree Hemingway

These clean Mod-inspired Chelsea boots kick their biker and cowboy cousins to the kerb.

Get your toe in with these dead ringers from & Other Stories, €125

Anatomy of a look: Dree Hemingway


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