Unlike street style stars, models tend to stick to a pared-back, simple aesthetic when flitting between shows at fashion week.
We like to call this aesthetic the 'off-duty model capsule'—a small collection (seven, to be exact!) of items the genetically-blessed have on high-rotation.
In fact, you could argue that these seven pieces are essentially all stylish supermodels wear off-duty. Here, we break down their go-to wardrobe classics so you can emulate their effortless dressing.
Keep scrolling to see them all.
A '90s trend with true staying power, Dr. Martens cult-shoes are supermodel favourites to this day.
1460 Smooth by Dr. Martens from Dr. Martens.
A Black Motorcycle Jacket
Perfect for toughening up a relaxed ensemble or adding an edge to a feminine look, the black motorcycle jacket has always been a model go-to.
Lastrid oversized lace-up leather biker jacket by Acne Studios, from NET-A-PORTER.
A black CHANEL handbag
A classic investment piece if there ever was one, CHANEL handbags have been popular with the supermodel set for decades.
Classic Handbag in grained calfskin and gold-tone metal by CHANEL, from CHANEL.
An abs-baring crop top
An old-school trend that was arguably made for today's supers, the abs-baring crop top is a frequent fixture between shows and fittings.
+Net Sustain cropped stretch-jersey top by Ninety Percent, from NET-A-PORTER.
A pair of 'mom' jeans
One of the essential pairs of jeans every woman should own, the high-waisted and slightly tapered 'mom jean' has a place in every model's wardrobe.
Corsyj high-rise tapered jeans by Isabel Marant Étoile, from NET-A-PORTER.
A pair of classic white sneakers
When it comes to must-own wardrobe basics, it doesn't come much better than the supermodel-approved classic white sneaker.
Esplar Unisex sneaker by VEJA, $155 from THE ICONIC.
An oversized blazer
Another piece loved by the supermodels du jour? The oversized blazer, typically worn in a longline silhouette in bright hues, classic neutrals or bold prints.
Oversized wool-blend twill blazer by Oscar de la Renta, from NET-A-PORTER.