“I’m not sure I have a specific definition for my personal style…but I’m passionate about impeccable sense of style and I want that to reflect in the way I dress.” says Nickitar Omondi, top-voted style favourite for March.
Twenty-five year old Nickitar arrived in Australia two years ago from Kenya to take up studies in marketing. While here, she’s also been developing and designing a range of light weight luxe coats. We’d snapped Nickitar around the streets of Adelaide for our weekly street style gallery more than once, and it was Nickitar’s second snap that topped your vote.
A great fit for new label Don’t Do Pretty, the creatives behind the Adelaide-based label, Eloise Houseman and Rebel Freeman wanted Nickitar to choose her own outfits for the model shoot. It was important for them that Nickitar liked what she was wearing and felt comfortable modelling them.
Photographed by Dimitra Koriozos out front of hip underground venue Published Art House in Adelaide’s west, Nickitar owned the streets in her outfit choices and went home with a very stylish Aboriginal print narrow leg pant, courtesy of the designers.
“I did not anticipate a win but I can say I’m very excited about my shoot. Thank you so much to everyone involved.”
Look 1: Aboriginal Print
Halter Neck Top: The New Syndicate
Wide Leg Pant: Santa Teresa
Bomber Jacket: Lets Get Carried Away
Look 2 : Leather
Leather Bustier: Diana Prince
Pencil Skirt: Kill Them With Confidence
Sleeveless Jacket: Ain’t Nobodys Business
Look 3 : Metallics
Silver Tee: Unleash The Lion
Silk Shorts: End Up Somewhere in Mexico
Look 4: Silver Top & Black Maxi
Maxi Skirt: Dressed to Impress
Halter Top: The New Syndicate Silver Leather