STYLING: ELIN SVAHN. DRESS: SALVATORE FERRAGAMO. BLOUSE: ERDEM. BROOCHES (WORN ON DRESS): CAMILLA DIETZ BERGERON AND MISS LEE VINTAGE. RINGS: THE ONE I LOVE AND DOYLE & DOYLE. SHOES: GUCCI. JACKET (ON BED): NEW YORK VINTAGE. DRESS (ON BED): NINA RICCI. HAIR: TINA OUTEN FOR STREETERS. MAKEUP: FRANCELLE/ART+COMMERCE. MANICURE: HOLLY FALCONE FOR SMITH & CULT/KATE RYAN INC. SET DESIGN: KADU LENNOX/FRANK REPS. PRODUCTION: BO ZHANG. DIGITAL TECHNICIAN: ERICA CAPABIANCA. SPECIAL THANKS: THE YARD AND FAST ASHLEYS.
22; Chinatown. Originally from Toronto and Budapest. From her stint as a rookie photographer to her subversive display of pubic hair on Instagram and her new book, Babe, she represents an honest, transparent, and wholly confident femininity.
How would you describe yourself?
Hyper (I’m literally always moving), loving, silly. I’m a feminist of the fourth/fifth wave.
What excites you?
It’s always exciting and refreshing to meet/see someone who is making art because they need to, love to, would die if they didn’t.
What change would you most like to see in the world?
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