Chic in the Miami heat: Lindsey Wixson

The line between sugary sweet youth and raw unadulterated smut must be a fine one – if the ease with which Terry Richardson skates between the two is anything to go by. This shoot of Lindsey Wixson is on the youthful fun side; a trip to Miami with rollerskates and dolphins and icecream. Playing to the ’50s and ’60s fashion trends though puts the styling into a more sophisticated realm. Despite the fun activities, Lindsey strides about in Moschino’s floral pantsuit or a Valentino lace gown; accessorised, of course, by the mandatory Prada hot rod heels.

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Lindsey Wixson: Harper's Bazaar US, March '12
Lindsey Wixson: Harper's Bazaar US, March '12
Lindsey Wixson: Harper's Bazaar US, March '12
Lindsey Wixson: Harper's Bazaar US, March '12
Lindsey Wixson: Harper's Bazaar US, March '12
Lindsey Wixson: Harper's Bazaar US, March '12
Lindsey Wixson: Harper's Bazaar US, March '12
Lindsey Wixson: Harper's Bazaar US, March '12
Lindsey Wixson: Harper's Bazaar US, March '12
Lindsey Wixson: Harper's Bazaar US, March '12
Lindsey Wixson: Harper's Bazaar US, March '12
Lindsey Wixson: Harper's Bazaar US, March '12

View more at the gallery above. The shoot appears in Harper’s Bazaar’s March 2012 issue.

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