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I've been under the weather for a while already, but with some medicine, I managed to attend day 2 and 3 of Tallinn Fashion Week 2018.

On day 2 of TFW, I opted for leopard print. I knew animal prints were going to be quite popular, but I really wanted to wear my (somewhat) new skirt from Realisation Par, so what the hell. For an all-over leopard look, I paired the skirt with a matching top from River Island and some black kitten heels from Mango.

I shared some stories in my instagram highlights already, but here are some of my favourite looks from day 2.

 - August

The whole collection was on point! My favourite look, that's totally wearable by anyone, was the matching print suit. How effortless, yet, put that on, and you are done. Another favourite, yet maybe not for everyone, was the white leather (or was it latex?) coat and pants - how fricking cool does that one look!? Two other looks and pieces that stood out for me the most, were a black long coat and a black pant suit. Perfect key pieces for every wardrobe!

- Iris Janvier

Iris's collection was another that I really enjoyed. Beautiful fit and materials, as well as so many pieces I would personally wear, hence I was super into it. My favourite look is the navy skirt(now I'm thinking maybe it was a dress) and sweater combo - such a "me" outfit. Also loved the burgundy coat and the purple outfit was super fab. There were so many glittery and sparkly dresses on day 3, which I'll share in the next post, but this one.. this one was my favourite. The irregular hem and exposed back- damn.

- Kirill Safonov

This collection was probably the furthest from what I normally gravitate towards, but it was still very cool. I picked my 3 favourite looks from the show and as I'm a sucker for flowy fabrics, the neon dress caught my eye right off the bat. The furry mittens and collar definitely make it more Kirill-like, as the same elements could be seen later in the show as well. The second outfit I really liked, was the other dress with much more muted colours. The collar is again really interesting.. plus the fit on the model and styling with the light boots were on point as well. His eye for details could be seen throughout the show, and coats can be very minimalistic, as seen from August's collection, but Kirill did it a little bit differently - short puffy sleeves and belt on an otherwise simple coat. Green is not exactly my favourite colour, but paired with burgundy, it's was a perfect combination.

-Al Meta

Even though Al Meta is definitely not something that every one of us would wear, their show was by far the most one-of-a-kind of them all. Models wearing masks, the interesting cuts and styling of the pieces were all in sync and made the show stand out. I picked two of my favourite looks from the show, and now that I'm looking at them, I guess monochroming is still my thing. Even though the whole outfit can be a bit too much for everyday wear, styling the pieces seperately, I could see that being a super cool end result and a easy way to stand out from the crowd without using any crazy prints or colours- it's all about the cuts, textures and materials.

Official TFW pictures by Erlend Štaub
Backstage picture by Henri-Kristian Kirsip

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