Who needs heavy embellishments, intricate layers, clashing prints or an infinite string of accessories when there’s a bright spirit in charge of doing all the talking? It’s often said that less is more, but behind the truthful statement hides a blunt minimalism that needs a little extra attitude to be set off in perfect balance. Embodying the girl who can induce love from afar but can never be caught, Chloe Sargeant is both bright and mysterious in the 1960s fashion inspired photo shoot lensed by Jo Grace.
The clean concept painted in black and white is perfected by the retro flavoured crop tops, as they are paired by stylist Emily Pescod with delicate pieces of sheer and lacy lingerie. Rocking an ultra-chic pixie cut with a short fringe and 1960s inspired makeup centered around full lashes and black winged eyeliner created by Silvana Stepic, Chloe mirrors the essence of the Youthquake movement quite effortlessly.
An edgy peaked leather cap, stripes in black and white and playful fringe inserts set the mood in what appears to be another fabulous re-envisioning of the past seen through a modern filter and accompanied by an irresistible attitude.
To view the complete shoot photographed by Jo Grace (www.jogracephotography.com) click on the thumbnails above.