There’s only really one way to describe Chloe Kerman’s styling on this shoot: and that is brilliant. Now of course styling, in a fashion sense, is always time-relevant and to that end the point is not necessarily to create some long-lived masterpiece. It’s a visual one, perfect for the moment it was created in. It’s not styling that’s complex. It’s not styling that’s editorially out-there. But it hits you, and it hits you for being not too much and just enough and for pairing things like a crochet bralet with a high split skirt, bright red lips and a dangling cigarette, the edgy and the classic.
Photographed by Greg Gex and starring Bregje Heinen, you can find the shoot in Tank’s spring 2011 issue.