It's been an exciting year for Who What Wear. We launched a clothing line at Target, celebrated our 10-year anniversary, came out with a new book (The Career Code), and had the opportunity to photograph some truly inspiring subjects for our fashion editorials. Ranging from on-the-rise film stars to bourgeoning musicians, the young women who have graced the digital pages of Who What Wear this year are insanely cool.
Of course, we knew they’d be perfect for showcasing some of our favorite of-the-moment trends, like bare shoulders and minimalist layering, and that’s why we’re taking the time to round up the best shoots for you to see all in one place.
Scroll down for some Pinterest-worthy images, and be sure to tell us which shoot was your favorite in the comments.
Nicole Warne gave us a lesson in how to layer long, minimal layers together for stylish results.
See Nicole Warne's Who What Wear shoot.
Tom Ford muse Ellie Bamber illustrated the power of a simple slip dress (and how to layer it).
See Ellie Bamber's Who What Wear Shoot.
The Path actress proved the bomber jacket's versatility for spring with a slew of stylish looks.
See Emma Grenwell's Who What Wear shoot.
The Pitch actress was head-to-toe utiliatarian perfection in her military-inspired looks for fall.
See Kylie Bunbury's Who What Wear shoot.
The reworked white shirt came to life on musician Kacy Hill.
See Kacy Hill's Who What Wear shoot.
Athleisure was the trend to try this year, and It model Pyper America gave us four exciting ways to pull it off.
See Pyper America's Who What Wear shoot.
Prepare yourself for major eye candy before clicking into this floral dream of an editorial.
See Bella Heathcote's Who What Wear shoot.
It was a good year for the bare shoulder, and Lucy Fry proved just how flattering the trend truly is.
See Lucy Fry's Who What Wear shoot.
What type of fashion editorials would you like to see on Who What Wear in 2017? Sound off in the comments!