After attracting hundreds of comments on the Sartorialist's blog, the profile of the Italian stylist is rising, and with good reason. Her use of colour is superb, the textures of her dreamy ensembles often juxtaposed to an undone perfection; in both her professional work and her own personal style of dress she is truly exceptional.
Here are some examples of her styling work from http://www.adakokosar.com/
|Published in D Magazine, Photography by B Dayan|
|Published in D Magazine, Photography by B. Dayan|
|Published in D Magazine, Photogrpahy by Sean&Seng|
|Published in D Magazine, Photography by B. Ripoche|
|Published in View Of The Times, Photograph by A. Bolzoni|
|Published in D Magazine by J.F. Carly|
|Published in D Magazine, Photography by B Ripoche|
|Exhibiting her fearless attitude to colour, this (no other word for it) fierce, all-blue ensemble is tuly striking.|
|Crisp, chic and effortless in the perfect-length camel coat at Milan Fashion week|
|I guess it helps that she's also incredibly beautiful. With serious Sevigny tendencies. What can I say, I have a type!|
|I never thought i'd like coloured tights. Ever.|
|My favourite look of the (unfortunately very few) photo's I could find of her. Everything from the jacket, to the dark grey cabl-knit sleeves to the fabulous bag and those boots!|
I'm in love.