31 Times Anna Dello Russo Wore it Better Than a Model

If you don’t know Anna Dello Russo, you should. She’s the woman you see on all the street-style sites—the one with the amazing outfits and fashionable friends. As the current editor-at-large of Japan’s Vogue, she travels the globe in style, attending every fashion week. With her straight-off-the-runway outfits, the woman owns fashion week, and has firmly established herself as a fixture on the sartorial scene. Don’t believe us? Click through to see 31 times ADR wowed us in one of her epic runway looks—and not only that, but also wore it better than the models who originally showcased them! 

Chanel F/W 14

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iMaxTree, Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

There was that time she took the Chanel supermarket to the streets.

Proenza Schouler S/S 14

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Courtesy of Proenza Schouler, Adam Katz Sinding of Le 21ème

Of course she wore the Proenza pleats of S/S 14.

Marni S/S 14

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Courtesy of Marni, Style du Monde

She’s really nailed the sporty-luxe look.

Peter Pilotto F/W 14

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Courtesy of Peter Pilotto, Athens Street Style

The woman knows how to keep it classy.

Christopher Kane F/W 14

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Courtesy of Christopher Kane, Desiree Navarro/Getty Images

Accordion-chic? Yes, please.

Yohji Yamamoto F/W 14

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iMaxTree, Gastro Chic

Who else could pull this off?

Fendi F/W 14

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Courtesy of Fendi, Adam Katz Sinding of Le 21ème

Just casually posted up on a Lamborghini—no big deal.

Marc Jacobs S/S 14

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JP Yim/WireImage, Jacopo Raule/WireImage

She’s wearing sneakers with a maxi dress, yet still looks so lengthy.

Saint Laurent S/S 14

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Courtesy of Saint Laurent, Style du Monde

No-matter how big her shoulder adornment is, her personality is bigger.

Saint Laurent S/S 14

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Courtesy of Saint Laurent, David X Prutting/BFAnyc.com

She does rebellious youth better than a rebellious youth.

Anthony Vaccarello F/W 13

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Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/Getty Images, Style du Monde

A lesson in the literal cold shoulder.

Dolce & Gabanna F/W 13

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Courtesy of Dolce & Gabanna, Adam Katz Sinding of Le 21ème

Oh, and there’s the casual dog-walking in Dolce & Gabbana.

Moschino F/W 14

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Catwalking/Getty Images, Style du Monde

She’s the perfect poster girl for any trend.

Chanel Pre-Fall 14

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Cooper Neill/Getty Images for Chanel, Style du Monde

She knows how to pose for the camera.

Balmain Resort 15

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Courtesy of Balmain, Gastro Chic

Always perfectly accessorized.

Fendi F/W 14

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Courtesy of Fendi, Kirstin Sinclair/Getty Images

Fendi looks like it was made for her.

Fausto Puglisi F/W 14

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Courtesy of Fausto Puglisi, The Urban Spotter

She knows when to add tights to a mini dress.

Christopher Kane S/S 14

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Courtesy of Christopher Kane, The Styleograph/WENN.com

Nothing is ever too sheer.

Valentino S/S 14

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Courtesy of Valentino, Gastro Chic

She has fun with friends!

Erdem S/S 15

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Courtesy of Erdem, Style du Monde

No fear of feathers.

Delpozo S/S 15

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Courtesy of Delpozo, Style du Monde

A master of the casual lean.

Prada S/S 14

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Courtesy of Prada, Gastro Chic

When in doubt, put a hat on it!

Balenciaga S/S 13

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iMaxTree, Gastro Chic
Mary Katrantzou F/W 14

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Courtesy of Mary Katrantzou, The Urban Spotter

Carrying two purses looks totally normal on her.

Fendi Pre-Fall 14

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Courtesy of Fendi, Adam Katz Sinding of Le 21ème

She can also dress it down, if need be.

Valentino F/W 13

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iMaxTree, Candice Lake
Valentino F/W 13

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iMaxTree, Style du Monde

The woman loves a mini-dress.

Prada F/W 12

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Chris Moore/Catwalking/Getty Images, Gastro Chic

She has no reason to fear a bright orange suit.

Marc by Marc Jacobs F/W 14

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iMaxTree, Athens Street Style

She knows what to wear with Marc Jacobs’s motocross.

Balmain S/S 12

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iMaxTree, Lee Oliveira

Three words: Beaded. Balmain. Babe.

Dolce & Gabanna F/W 13

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Courtesy of Dolce & Gabanna, Gastro Chic

The queen, even without the crown.

Did you have a favorite ADR moment? Tell us which in the comments!