Olivia Palermo goes boho

Olivia Palermo has a style that I’d describe as polished. She’s the kind of girl who’s camera-conscious and not the sort who’d allow herself to be snapped down the street swaddled in dishevelled layers. With the classic-cum-modern essence she normally styles herself with, Palermo is also not the kind of girl with whom you’d associate boho, bands and guitars. But fashion, particularly women’s fashion, can well be about playing a role and so for Stylecaster’s spring 2011 issue Palermo becomes that singing, folksy, crochet-wearing 70s boho babe, albeit one who inhabits a Bedouin tent.

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Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11
Olivia Palermo: StyleCaster S'11

Highly stylised by the lens of Seiji Fujimori you can see Olivia Palermo‘s entire shoot for Stylecaster’s spring 2011 offering by clicking on the thumbnails.

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