How to Get Liu Wen’s Sleek Model-Off-Duty Style


From Kate Moss’s signature rocker-meets-vintage mix to Miranda Kerr’s love of Isabel Marant, so-called “model-off-duty” style never ceases to be a source of inspiration for everyday dressing. Unlike many street-style stars, who often plan their outfits months in advance, models capture the eye of photographers with an effortless mishmash of wardrobe basics and straight-from-the runway gifted pieces (sometimes in lieu of actual paychecks). And while girls like Hanne Gaby and Ruby Aldridge are perennial favorites, this edition of 24-Hour Wardrobe takes a look at Liu Wen’s off-the-runway style. The Chinese stunner with a big friendly smile skips bold color and over-the-top looks for clean all-black ensembles anchored with great accessories. For day, flats and a roomy tote are essential for jetting between shows and castings. For evenings, she swaps out a cocktail dress for a sleek jumpsuit and shiny gold heels. It’s simple, effortless, and easily re-created with items that you may already own. Click ahead to see how to get her look at every budget, with a few investment-worthy options thrown into the mix, too.