Fashion has another side, one not so glammed up. Think Alexa Chung style. In town filming "Thrift America", a new TV series about shopping vintage, Alexa Chung was interviewed by the New York Times Style section.
“All of my beauty icons are men,” she said in her throaty alto. “It’s all about effortlessness. It’s all about looking underdone.” “All of my beauty icons are men,” she said in her throaty alto. “It’s all about effortlessness. It’s all about looking underdone.”
We check out three new editorials, two from RUSSH, the Australian style magazine for independent, fashion-minded women.
In the first editorial, the Will Davidson short film that drives the fashion editorial takes priority. Most films work around the fashion, but not RUSSH's "Somewhere Along the Way He Lost Her". The relationship, sensual intimacy and poetry take priority over any fashion moments.
Is you're seeing some 1930s American depression dustbowl imagery in these photos, we are, too. Both editorials are very sensual, if in an Arkansas way. But yes, RUUSH is not only Australian in origin but definitely not about Las Vegas style.
Irina Lazarreanu & Larry Scott | Will Davidson | RUSSH #37 Anne of Carversville