The Boot Trends International Fashion Editors Won't Stop Wearing

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If you were to name a famous fashion editor, Vogue’s Anna Wintour would undoubtedly be at the tip of your tongue. Of course, as we see every fashion month, there’s a slew of other top-notch editors we turn to for style inspiration—especially for spotting the latest shoe trends. After scrolling through a selection of images of this elite group recently, we realized that they’re consistently right on the nose when it comes to boot trends specifically.

In fact, there are actually four key looks we saw over and over again on some of the top names in the industry, including Emmanuelle Alt, the editor in chief of Vogue Paris, and Christine Centenera, the fashion director at Vogue Australia. Keep scrolling to uncover the ultimate four-piece boot wardrobe, courtesy of some of the coolest women in the business.

Timeless Black Ankle Boots

Emmanuelle Alt, Editor in Chief at <em>Vogue Paris</em>

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As her title suggests, the EIC of Vogue Paris flawlessly embodies that French je ne sais quoi with her simple yet forward ensembles, almost always featuring classic black heels or ankle boots. 

Over-the-Knee Boots

Christine Centenera, Fashion Director at <em>Vogue Australia</em>

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A street style favorite, this stylist and fashion director is known for her downtown-feeling 'fits that feature strong footwear choices, like her over-the-knee boots here. 

Combat Boots

Caroline Issa, Fashion Director at <em>Tank</em>

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This UK-based fashion director has perfectly mastered the much-desired polished yet cool vibe. Every fashion week, she steps out in ensembles featuring reimagined classic pieces like her combat boots with embellished details.

White Ankle Boots

Sarah Harris, Deputy Editor and Fashion Features Director at <em>British Vogue</em>

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Everything about this Vogue editor is just right—the hair, the clothes, and, of course, the shoes. Her pointed white boots mixed with that on-trend plaid suit? Perfection.