Once Again, I'm Obsessed With Anna Dello Russo's Insanest Street Style Outfits

Molto crazy.

I once dressed like Anna Dello Russo for a week by following her specific outlook on style. It was peak ADR time when the world was her stage for peacocking and H&M had decided to launch a wacky range of accessories with the editor. Street style photography was on the up and she was the ultimate muse, changing her outfits with the wind—each one a riot of colour, glitz and Italian sass. She was the epicentre of a "look at me" hurricane which caused some industry figures to label the new circuit a circus and happily retreat back into shadowy black signature clothes.

Dello Russo has been photographed in this fluffy coat many times, but our favourite look was with these red OTK boots. She looks like a very fabulous Mrs Santa Claus.
Remember her phase of cheery cherry headgear? We do. Here's the fruity piece she wore with a Dolce & Gabbana look.
ADR was one of the first big names to support Italian designer Fausto Puglisi. She wore his gladiator-style dress on the regular.
Wow. This red swan headpiece was for a dinner hosted by Carine Roitfeld in Paris. Let's hope no one was stuck behind her at the bar.
Matchy geometric prints (see the four pieces?) from Prada and a dolly fascinator for good measure? This is a classic ADR outfit.
From the short hemline to the mismatched everything, this is true Dello Russo.
Gowns for breakfast? Sure. This is a Gucci number she wears oh-so-casually.
More is more. Always.
Here's ADR in a pink Oscar de la Renta gown accessorised with her H&M collection (luggage included). Do you remember it?
Another party, another fantastical piece of headgear. 
So many things to looks at here. Where do we begin?
This was when Hedi Slimane's Yves Saint Laurent pieces were super sharp and only pulled off by the most dedicated, such as ADR.
It's clear to see that ADR likes pairing reflective shades with anything and everything.
Bonjour, Paris! This risqué Antony Vaccarello dress sure got the photographers snapping.
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