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International style icon, Miroslava Duma, known as Mira by her closest friends, is the ultimate “hot boss”. She is the former Harper’s Bazaar Russia editor and currently freelance writes and collaborates with many brands and magazines like OK, Tatler, and Glamour. Additionally she’s created an amazing style site called Buro 24/7. This Russian native stays close to her roots and created this site to be all in Russian (but there’s lots of pretty pictures – sometimes they really do speak 1,000 words – no matter what language they’re in!) She’s always had a strong following for her personal style, her work as a fashion editor, and now she’s growing it even more with her own site. She’s most commonly photographed on the streets of fashion weeks and in between editor meetings by Mr. Newton, The Sartorialist, or Garance Dore.
Some of Miraslava’s favorite designers include, Miu Miu, YSL, Lanvin, Alexander Wang Chanel, and Prada, although she always stays loyal to her BFF Russian designer Vika Gazinskaya. Her favorite piece to style is a statement making necklace, as she’s shown us that it can be paired with anything and everything. It’s said that her essential beauty tip is hydrating all day with bottles upon bottles of water – so drink up beauties! Here’s my favorite fall inspired looks she’s debuted throughout the years!
If there’s only one lesson to learn from Miroslava Duma, international style icon, it’s this: that having the confidence to wear anything will make everything look amazing on you – you just have to go for it! Oh and the second thing you can take from her: wearing dark tights (or sweater tights!) makes it perfectly okay to wear dresses all fall/winter long!