Exploring how the feminine elements collide with the masculine notes while striving to reach perfection, evoking the dreary atmosphere of a sunless day in the city and capturing a mood that throws you back by at least one decade, Christoph Wohlfahrt’s fashion spread for QVEST is all about breaking on though. Walking the busy streets and embodyinga kind of Parisian chic, Mica Arganaraz keeps things effortlessly cool. If the minimalist garments scream 90s in a way that gets you thinking about grunge and polished street-wear alike, the cutting-edge styling envisioned by Florie Vitse couldn’t have felt more relevant, more now. Simplicity never looked edgier as recalled by the juxtaposition of a crisp, white button down shirt with a pair of perfectly tailored pants, topped by a whimsical pair of hexagonal sunglasses. Click the thumbnails for full pictures: The chunky heels and the nonchalant attitude were both complemented by the barely there make-up created by Elsa Durrens, together with the messy curled bob accented by hair stylist Makiko Nara. Break free, break on through to the other side or simply enjoy a break from life by witnessing Christoph Wohlfahrt’s (www.christophwohlfahrt.com) editorial. To view the complete shoot click on the thumbnails above and proceed through the gallery.