When it comes to mixing up style, the Kistermann sisters – the founders of successful streetwear brand Crime London – are single handedly spearheading the playful side of upper-crust clothing. The fashion duo seems to never fail to surprise with their edgy-chic outfit choices, meaning their wardrobe is always jam-packed with eclectic, yet decidedly elegant items. From holiday satins to festival flares, red carpet appearances to off-duty gear, Lisa and Jessica Kistermann have sported a host of It-Girl looks that are bound to spark outfit envy. We’ve rounded up some of the Crime London trendsetter’s most recent top ensembles – and trust us, it’s worth a scroll.
Minimalist tailoring and sneakers for the Sustainable Fashion Awards
The Kistermann duo finally debuted Crime London’s hotly anticipated Spring/Summer 2023 collection during this year’s iteration of Milan Fashion Week, putting their edgy kicks on full display to the week’s influx of global fashion elites. The It Girl sneaker sisters also nabbed highly sought-after invitations to Prada’s SS23 show, and attended the Sustainable Fashion Awards red carpet at La Scala – which presented sustainability awards to major fashion houses like Giorgio Armani, the Prada Group and Gucci for their environmental efforts – as the guests Camera Moda Fashion Trust.
Dressed in head-to-toe black, oversized silk tailoring and loose silhouettes, their chosen aesthetic was both simple and beautiful, polished yet very relaxed, and of course paired with their signature Crime London crystal sneakers to prove that dressing for comfort is often the chicest look you can have.
Red Carpet Glam for the Venice Film Festival
Always known for pushing the limits with style rather than playing it safe, the creative sisters made sure to keep this same ethos intact when attending the 79th Film Festival, bringing the Kistermanns’ signature cool girl energy to Venice with ease. Lisa rocked the carpet in a bold white gown designed by Alexander Vautier, featuring a high-ruched slit and a sleek torso cutout that add sensual charisma while maintaining a decidedly chic vibe. Paired with shimmering Aquazzura heels and sparkling Cartier jewels, Lisa’s monochromatic look played perfectly off of sister Jessica’s gorgeous sequined jewel-toned dress by Etro, as the two outfit’s strong shoulders and long sleeves provided a relaxed cohesion to the looks while maintaining each of the Crime London designer’s own personal flair.
Armored Couture for Bulgari Porto Cervo
The blonde beauties attended the “Sunset in Eden” show hosted by Bulgari at the Hotel Cala di Volpe in Sardinia draped in elaborate, glimmering metal prestige tops that created a charming, whimsical effect almost reminiscent of armor straight from a fantasy film. The Kistermanns deftly transitioned this metallic look into an on-the-nose disco-futuristic aesthetic thanks to their chosen garments’ metal inserts, chain rings conjoined with aluminum discs, sequins and leather, evoking a strong and timeless feel. Carefully chosen vintage accessories, like the sister’s pair of Hermès Kelly bags in bright white and royal blue, helped cement Lisa and Jessica’s Bulgari Porto Cervo outfits as some of the most sophisticated looks of the star-studded evening.
Elevated Simplicity at the F1 Final World Cup Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
For events more tomboyish in nature, Lisa’s natural stylish charisma stood out when strutting into the exclusive paddock stands of the Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with a simple white tee, blue jeans, white Crime London sneakers and OffWhite bag.
Hitting the racetrack at F1 is more than just an arrival; it’s a moment. As staples of the F1 circuit and constant supporters of the diverse international sports competition, the Kistermanns’ stylish attendance prove that elite street style fashion has found another home far beyond the limitations of traditional red carpet appearances and the front row of fashion shows.
Gracing the Cover of Glamour with Summer Silks
Lisa and Jessica graced the cover of Glamour Magazine for its ‘Summer Goddesses Issue’ in matching silky night robes. Nothing screams summer more than delicate flowing silks – easy, a little sexy and totally chic. As always, the Kistermanns took the classic up a notch by embracing a bold beauty look and playfully nostalgic cobalt blue eyeliner to add extra spice to their already-elegant cover looks.
Bringing Edge Back at the Balmain Fashion Show
From sitting in Balmain’s fashion show to attending the Off-White runway in honor of the sisters’ dearly departed friend Virgil Abloh, the Kistermanns were everywhere this Paris Fashion Week – including the Paris Saint-Germain F.C. game at Parc De Prince at the invitation of VIP Tribune, the perfect moment to put Lisa and Jessica’s signature cool girl sportswear on display once again.
The Balmain runway presented the perfect opportunity for Lisa to show off her trademark effortless cool girl vibe, wearing total look designed by Balmain – including a custom archive embellished crystal bomber jacket, leather pants, and a intricately cut out top. Rocking her style of many shades, Lisa completed the moody aesthetic with a pair of chunky matrix sunglasses and infusing her ultra feminine look with grungy underground rave boots to pack an extra powerful punch.
Embracing the Power of Neutrals in L’Officiel Cover
Lisa and Jessica also tapped to grace the cover of renowned fashion publication L’Officiel Magazine, mixing fashion and architectural design into one svelte blend. Always ready to adapt to any environment, the Kistermanns played off of the simplistic neutrals of the cover shoot’s location with their own decidedly toned-down sartorial choices, selecting shades of nudes and natural tones that not only enhanced the environment around them, but made their own golden summer tan glisten in turn. The Kistermanns’ reign on red carpet and magazine covers is far from over; to stay up to date on the Crime London duo’s latest outfits, follow the Kistermann sisters on social media to stay up to date on how to dress to impress for any occasion.
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