Abbey Lee for Moussy: it’s Vegas, baby

It doesn’t get too much more 80s than a mop of permed hair paired with acid-wash double denim, and yet despite all that Abbey Lee Kershaw still has us enamoured with her latest campaign for Moussy. Photographed for the Japanese label by Yasutomo Ebisu, it’s more about Abbey Lee sending postcards to her baby from lonsome Las Vegas than it is about the clothing.

Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw

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Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Moussy Fall 2010 campaign: Abbey Lee Kershaw

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