Alexandra Richards, rock royalty

You know an English party girl when you see one. She knows how to work with contrasts, how to make girlish ruffles look tough, and sensual sheers look sweet, and most of all she knows how to have fun.

With a model for a mother and a Rolling Stone for a Father, Alexandra Richards was born with the ability to rock bed hair and a minidress. To prove it she posed in front of Benjamin Kanarek’s lens for the December 2012 issue of Harper’s Bazaar En Espanol.

Alexandra Richards fashion shoot

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Alexandra Richards by Benjamin Kanarek for Harperâs BAZAAR
Alexandra Richards by Benjamin Kanarek for Harperâs BAZAAR
Alexandra Richards by Benjamin Kanarek for Harperâs BAZAAR
Alexandra Richards by Benjamin Kanarek for Harperâs BAZAAR
Alexandra Richards by Benjamin Kanarek for Harperâs BAZAAR
Alexandra Richards by Benjamin Kanarek for Harperâs BAZAAR
Alexandra Richards by Benjamin Kanarek for Harperâs BAZAAR
Alexandra Richards by Benjamin Kanarek for Harperâs BAZAAR
Alexandra Richards by Benjamin Kanarek for Harperâs BAZAAR
Alexandra Richards by Benjamin Kanarek for Harperâs BAZAAR
Alexandra Richards by Benjamin Kanarek for Harperâs BAZAAR

View more of party girl Alexandra Richards by Benjamin Kanarek, styled by Vanessa Naudin, by clicking on the gallery.

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