Rosemary Mac Cabe

Hemlines, heels and haute couture – your daily dose

Taking inspiration from the girl next door. . .

Photograph by Olivia Malone If you got a copy of this Saturday’s Magazine, you’ll have seen the My Style feature on Zoe and Maud Reardon, the duo behind Maud in Cahoots. There’s something so delightfully Alexa Chung about Zoe (left)’s outfit – from the brogues (by Rupert …

Mon, Jan 25, 2010, 14:15

   

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Photograph by Olivia Malone

If you got a copy of this Saturday’s Magazine, you’ll have seen the My Style feature on Zoe and Maud Reardon, the duo behind Maud in Cahoots. There’s something so delightfully Alexa Chung about Zoe (left)’s outfit – from the brogues (by Rupert Sanderson, no less) to the red jeans and the lovely blazer, you wouldn’t be surprised to see her featured on The Sartorialist (discussions on street style aside, there is a very particular aesthetic of which he is a fan and, in my opinion, Zoe’s got it down).

Maud, on the other hand, has a kind of Chloe Sevigny kookiness about her look; a pared-down simplistic elegance, with the rogue ripped tight thrown in for good measure, and the casual, relaxed, but unmistakably feline grace of her pose.

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