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The Bohemian

Do you believe in magic, in a young girl’s heart?/ How the music can free her, whenever it starts…

The many ways of dressing up gold… along with stylist Micaela Erlanger we are transforming our muse Devon into 5 different fall looks with amazing gold accessories each day this week. See previously our Uptown Girl / Punk Princess and today she becomes..

The Bohemian

There is a certain magic in bohemian chic – the tinkling of many bracelets, the flow of her long skirts, the knowing look in her eyes when she catches yours…bewitching and bewildering, the bohemian girl will forever captivate us.

above: Alberta Ferretti dress, Gianvito Rossi boots, Carolina BucciH. SternMe&RoMonica Rich KosannJennifer Fisher, Borgioni and LFrank bracelets, Me&Ro and Monica Rich Kosann necklaces, LFrank earrings, Me&Ro necklace worn as headpiece

above and below: Isabel Marant dress, Gianvito Rossi boots,  Carolina BucciH. SternMe&Ro, Monica Rich Kosann, Jennifer Fisher, Borgioni and LFrank bracelets, Me&Ro and Monica Rich Kosann necklaces, LFrank earrings

above and below: Cynthia Rowley blouse, Yves St. Laurent vintage purple skirt, Gianvito Rossi boots, Borgioni and Me&Ro rings, LFrank earrings, Monica Rich Kosann necklaces, bracelets, as before, Zoe Chicco hand bracelet

The Bohemian for LoveGold starring Devon from Ford Models, Styled by Micaela Erlanger, Flower Crowns by Celadon & Celery, Makeup by Bradford Knight, Hair by Ana Sicat, Shot at Ann Street Studio

See the entire fall fashion series here or by girl:
Uptown Girl / Punk Princess / Bohemian Spirit / Power Chic / The Parisian

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PUNK.

I don’t give a damn ’bout my bad reputation / You’re living in the past it’s a new generation  / A girl can do what she wants to do and that’s  / What I’m gonna do

The many ways of dressing up gold… along with stylist Micaela Erlanger we are transforming our muse Devon into 5 different fall looks each day this week. See previously our Uptown Girl after feasting your eyes on this Punk Princess!

PUNK

Rules don’t apply for punk fashion – it’s an anything goes world and you just have to be badass enough to pull it off. There’s apathy and anarchy in their style, mixing ripped up t-shirts with spiky gold rings, edgy bangles and hand bracelets. You can think what you want, but you know she doesn’t give a damn…

above and below: Roland Mouret plaid dress, Alexander Birman black pumps, Haider Ackermann black leather belt, Jack Vartanian earrings, Janis SavittNicholas LiuJennifer Fisher and Borgioni bracelets, Borgioni hand bracelet, Nicholas Liu, Zoe Chicco and Jennifer Fisher rings

Obesity and Speed white sleeveless shirt with holes, Moschino plaid pants, Celine black moto jacket, Alexander Birman pumps, Jack Vartanian earrings, Janis Savitt, Nicholas Liu, Jennifer Fisher and Borgioni bracelets, Borgioni hand bracelet, Nicholas Liu, Zoe Chicco and Jennifer Fisher rings, Zoe Chicco necklace

Balenciaga black silk drapey top, Theory black leather leggings, Giuseppe Zanotti black booties, Yves St. Laurent vintage gold studded belt, Jack Vartanian earrings, Janis Savitt, Nicholas Liu, Jennifer Fisher and Borgioni bracelets, Borgioni hand bracelet, Nicholas Liu, Zoe Chicco and Jennifer Fisher rings

PUNK for LoveGold starring Devon from Ford Models, Styled by Micaela Erlanger, Makeup by Bradford Knight, Hair by Ana Sicat, Shot at Ann Street Studio

See the entire fall fashion series here or by girl:
Uptown Girl / Punk Princess / Bohemian Spirit / Power Chic / The Parisian

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The Regal Beauty

For a beautiful moment, a young muse was transformed, developing a sense of mysterious calm. 

This clothing captured my imagination when I first saw the Spanish brand at NYFW. It was elegant and romantic while being ever so avant-garde. Delpozo’s history is as rich in story telling and fantasy as the clothing is today. The house has designed award-winning costumes for ballet and opera, tableware, and jewelry. The original designer Jesús del Pozo’s appreciation for all things beautiful was apparent in every venture he pursued.

You can see why I became so inspired to bring to life this character, this beauty and visually tell a story of a young princess tied to duty with every storm in life ahead of her but with the innocence that can only come from youth, a character I saw within the silhouettes of these pieces, through the eyes of our stunning model and the regal Chopard jewels.

Now creative director Josep Font is reinvigorating this well-known Spanish brand under the name DELPOZO and relaunching with more of a focus on high-end women’s clothing. I’m looking forward to photographing the new collection in just a few weeks when a fleet of models will glide down the runway in a whole new fantasy.  While Font draws inspiration from many varied places, he is absolutely centered on connecting with women. As he said in an interview with ELLE:

Women, like art, have no age.



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Summer’s End

He must have looked up at an unfamiliar sky through frightening leaves and shivered as he found what a grotesque thing a rose is and how raw the sunlight was upon the scarcely created grass. A new world, material without being real, where poor ghosts, breathing dreams like air, drifted fortuitously about… like that ashen, fantastic figure gliding toward him through the amorphous trees.

- F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby

Above & below: vintage hat, Rebekah Price necklace, Carolina Herrera top & ball skirt, Stuart Weitzman shoes

Above: Victor Osborne hat, Tiffany & Co. necklace, DKNY gown, Atelier Swarovski ring, Rebecca Minkoff shoes

Above: Eugenia Kim hat, Elie Saab blouse, Eddera necklace, Badgley Mischka pants

 

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