Street trend: Fanny Gloux and Virendra Rana




What really makes Virendra cringe is people in track bottoms, outside of the gym.

Name: Fanny Gloux

Age: 58

Occupation: Housewife

Favourite shop: Brown Thomas

What are you wearing? Trousers, Vero Moda, €80; jacket, from a market in Mumbai, India, can’t remember price; handbag, also from Mumbai

Most expensive item ever bought? My husband bought me a fur coat once, but he didn’t tell me the price

Best bargain? What I am wearing!

Best dressed celebrities? Gwyneth Paltrow is always lovely and so is Audrey Tautou

Worst dressed celebrity? Rihanna

How much would you spend on clothes per month? About €200 to €400

Fashion faux-pas? When people wear clothes that are inappropriate to their age, or in bad taste

Name: Virendra Rana

Age: 30s

Occupation: Interior designer

Favourite shops: Brown Thomas, but I especially love Cos, Acne Studios and The Kooples

What are you wearing? Shoes, Burberry, about €300; jeans, Abercrombie & Fitch, €15 at a factory outlet; gilet, River Island, €55; sweater, Sandro, not sure how much

Most expensive item ever bought? About £1,500 for a fur trim Dolce & Gabbana overcoat

Best bargain? I think a gilet that I got from an Italian brand called Bruno Cucinelli that was originally $2,000, but I got it for $300

Best dressed celebrity? Jennifer Lopez, she’s always dressed so well

Worst dressed celebrity? Katie Price

How much would you spend on clothes per month? Sometimes €100, sometimes €1,000, it depends

Fashion faux-pas? What really makes me cringe is people in track bottoms, outside of the gym. There’s a place for everything


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