Margaux Hemingway, supermodel and granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway, may have died more than 20 years ago, but her influence in the fashion world still resonates today.
Many of today’s trends and current styles can be rooted back to the modelling days of Margaux, who was the first supermodel to be paid $1 million for her work.
People can say that the denim on denim trend was started because of 2000s Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake, but really it began with Margaux. What I love about this look is that it is so simple, yet it screams sexy.
Her pairing of high waist jeans and a low-plunging neckline makes an incredible statement, while also not going overboard or being too flashy.
I know that I am a firm believer in the Little Black Dress, but everyone should also have a Little White Dress before their wedding day, obviously.
This dress is so ethereal and angelic, it will be in style for the years to come. Pair it with a statement necklace and a classy pair of earrings, and you are set to go out for a date or a night out with your friends.
Needless to say, Margaux perfected fall fashion. If you look at the fall fashion from Fashion Week this year, everyone was wearing a blazer, fedora and some sort of plaid ensemble.
If you are looking for the origins of this fall trend, look no further than Margaux Hemingway.
“Having the last name Hemingway isn’t enough.” ~ Margaux Hemingway