The Christine Centenera Outfits You'll Be Copying Next

As far as fashion directors go, we can always rely on Vogue Australia's Christine Centenera to deliver some of the most enviable outfits at Fashion Week. When she's been photographed, we pay attention.

Snapped throughout the S/S 18 international fashion week circuit, we've rounded up our favourite of Centenera's looks to give you the outfit inspiration you need for any given (working) day. The key takeaway from her polished outfits (besides the fact she's clearly a big fan of head-to-toe black) is sticking to clothing that flatters. Think: Long line blazers and double-breasted coats, modest midi, or above-the-knee pencil skirts, and only sticking to one or two trends in the outfit. Naturally, as a fashion director, she's frequently seen wearing only the very latest designer pieces, so there's really no one better to cast your eye on for fresh outfit inspiration. 

Click through to see the outfits we're loving and get inspired by how she manages to look effortless while running around between fashion shows.


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Style notes: Elevating the LBD with a shaped blazer and new-season sandals. 


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Style notes: Combining the stirrup leggings trend with the sleek knife-point Balenciaga heel.


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Style notes: How to dress down a corporate style LBD? Just add black ankle boots.


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Style notes: We know Centenera is a massive fan of the classic black pencil skirt. She's styled it with 2017's biggest trend pieces, white ankle boots and puffy sleeves.


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Style notes: Centenera keeps her outfit impeccably chic with a simple black silk scarf loosely tied around her neck. 


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Style notes: The slouchy boots and dress combination is proving to be popular. Especially in bright red. 


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Lara Burnell
Writer & Producer

Who's your style icon? 

Jenny Walton. She has a quirky, French, feminine style I adore. She mixes designer, vintage, high street really well and isn’t afraid of colour and print. My style board on Pinterest is full of street style images from her at fashion week events.

Who are your 5 favourite people to follow on Twitter/Instagram?

@unconditionalmagazine, @ilona_hamer, @thefatjewish, @glossier, @giorgiatordini

What's the fashion essential you can't live without?

My vintage red tartan jacket. It's timeless and bold. I love wearing it with a red matte lipstick. 

What's your desert island album?

Any '70s playlist will do!