Dazed Summer 2015 Issue Features Lorde and Other Industry Leading Women

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Dazed Summer 2015 Issue Features Lorde and Other Industry Leading Women

 

The Summer 2015 issue of Dazed magazine featured entertainment leaders such as Lorde and Jessica Lange.

 

 

 

 

Text Zoe

New Zealand popstar, Lorde, recently posed for the cover of Dazed magazine. Her classic full body curls were draped over a black Lanvin dress that was covered by a black wool Prada coat. Classic, bold, Lorde seemed to be channeling something almost witch-like.

To bring some color to the spread, Lorde jumped on a sky-blue mattress in a field of flowers. The purple and pink from Gucci was the perfect against her dark hair and porcelain skin.

In a more minimalistic look, Hari Nef wore a denim strapless top and oversized black floppy hat by Andrew Sauceda and navy trousers by Lanvin. Nef’, high fashion queen.

Julia Cumming took on a teenage angst appeal while posing under a blossoming tree with a teacup. Cumming wore a see-through black top, shiny black mini skirt and leather black booties by Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane.


photograpy Ryan McGinley

 

While most of the women were captured in designer clothes, Dej Loaf took a more relatable appeal and wore her own clothes. Although everyone loves a chic shot, Loaf looks the most comfortable and passionate.

 

Leave it to the queen of acting, Jessica Lange, to be featured in a classic black and white photo. Lange wore a classic leather coat by Michael Kors. This look is so feminine and classic. It reminds me of the ending look of Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

Edgy and classic, Andreja Pejic wore a black asymmetrical jacket with a black frontless dress by Rick Owens. Toning the outfit down, she wore a pair of white trainers by Adidas by Raf Simons and high white socks by American Apparel.

Athletic, yet feminine, Tink wore a studded crop top and belt by Diesel black and Gold, boyfriend shorts by Jill Sander Navy, Chanel cuff bracelets, Falke high socks, and classic Adidas sneakers. Tink’s outfit is reminiscent of the modern crop top paired with high-waisted shorts.

In a natural shot, Anna Van Ravenstein Cleveland wore a nude strapless Fendi SS15 top. If only we could all have her perfectly messy hair.

In a light-hearted artsy shot Agnes Nieske wore a white and red polka-dotted shirt and pants and cherry red shoes by Chanel Paris-Salzburg- Metiers d’Art colletion.

Jaana-Kristiina Alakosi showed a more passionate side in a black Acne Studios sweater that featured the words, “Gender Equality” and Phylea Paris chain knickers over VETEMENTS trousers.

Perfect in pure-white, Alexandra Elizabeth wore a white zip-up Dior dress over a Emilio Pucci wool dress.

 

Molly Blair showcased the power of accessories with a close-up shot of her in oversized Emporio Armani sunglasses and blue and orange geometric earrings from The Contemporary Wardrobe.

 

Finally, Astrid Holler and Phillipa Hemphrey showing off in all white. Holler wore a white cotton shirt by BOSS, white cotton bloomers by Claire Barrow, and classic black Vans with bum in the air. Hemphrey wore a matching white cotton shirt by BOSS, white cotton bloomers from the National Theatre Costume hire, classic black Vans, and grey wool socks by Falke doing a handstand.

Dazed.

 

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DazedLordeSummer 2015, Hedi SlimaneLena Dunham, Girls Rule The World issue, Jessica Lange, Andreja Pejić, Dej Loaf, Hari Nef, Tink, Ryan McGinleyCollier Schorr, Brianna Capozzi, Eric K Yue, Michael Avedon, Gro Curtis, Jeff Bark, Robbie Spencer, Rachel Chandler, Haley Wollens, Sharif Hamza, Tony Irvine, Charlie Engman, Nell Kalonji, Johnny Dufort, Lotta Volkova, Marlene Marino, Elizabeth Fraser-Bell, Richard Burbridge, Katie Shillingford, Yelena Yemchuk

 


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