Leelee Sobieski looks like she’s walked out of the pages of a vintage Vogue magazine in her bright red Dior dress.
Leave it to Carven to attract the cutest french girls, like lovely Ana Girardot. There is something incredible about this dress, first of all the fabric is unusual and different. Then there is the cut which is a very well done baby doll cut. I have been over the baby doll cut for quite some time but seeing it done so immaculate and structured I suddenly remember why it’s so good.
Seeing Acne’s SS13 collection made me think that I don’t know how I will be able to wait until next year to wear all the pretty things sliding down the runway. Jonny Johansson is so on point with pushing it to the next level and impresses every time.
Juliana Schurig proves that with a bit of finesse jeans and sweaters doesn’t have boring written all over it. The sweater is different with all it’s graphic seams and folds and yet gives a clean and simple impression before one gets a closer look. The cherry on top is the bag that looks classy while having an interesting and unusual shape.
Such a pretty and moody little film by Massy Tadjedin. The casting is great, I am such a fan of Aubery Plaza. If you haven’t seen Parks and Recreation yet you definitely should.
And while we’re at it, Chloë Sevigny is perfect for the Fall/Winter collection.
Skirt and top by Calvin Klein Collection, shades by Acne and bag by Stella McCartney.
I’m very excited to see the story I photographed, styled and modeled for Glamour US’s August issue. The process from meetings with Executive Fashion Director at Glamour Ann Christensen to seeing it in print in the magazine has been such a fun experience. See the rest of the story here for ideas on how to wear denim this fall.
I let my hair loose and mixed some pastel blue and olive green as a little splash in the middle of all the white. Sweater and the olive green top is by Acne, pastel blue top by Tibi, jeans by CK One and sunglasses by Selima.