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Decoding Imaan Hammam’s Off-Duty Style

Moroccan-Egyptian model Imaan Hammam is at the top of her game. The 20-year-old with lust-worthy corkscrew locks has built an impressive resume through a fast-track career brimming with shows for major designer brands, covers, and campaigns since she made her first runway appearance at Jean Paul Gaultier’s Fall 2013 Couture show. But when she’s not strutting catwalks and attending swanky soirées, Hammam is spotted on the street style circuit with a bad-girl, grungy vibe.

To crack the code on Hammam’s off-the-runway sartorial formula, think inflated bombers coupled with denims in contrasting proportions. Hammam knows the power of a good biker jacket to add edge to an all-black ensemble, while a roomy, oversized sweatshirt is her go-to for darting between shows during fashion month. Hammam gravitates towards a monochromatic palette of neutral shades of gray, navy, and black that she elevates with utilitarian pieces and army green separates. During the evening hours, Hammam stays true to her signature look that she lifts through sheer silhouettes peppered with feminine accents such as somber floral prints or subtle embellishments. For accessories, she grounds her understated approach to dressing through strappy sandals, sneakers, or sleek boots that are accompanied with a jumbo tote or a structured cross-body slung over her shoulder.

Take a page from Hammam’s off-duty playbook by clicking through her standout looks in the gallery above.

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