Masculine tailoring can go anywhere in between looking cool, sharp, slouchy or slick, while still managing to reflect the best of femininity when done right. More boyish than sexy, but bearing that charm and sophistication that are bound to remind one of Coco Chanel, Mackenzie Drazan fuses the old glamour with the modern edge in the gorgeous editorial photographed by An Le for Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam.

Le Garcon by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam

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Le Garcon by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam March '14
Le Garcon by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam March '14
Le Garcon by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam March '14
Le Garcon by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam March '14
Le Garcon by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam March '14
Le Garcon by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam March '14
Le Garcon by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam March '14
Le Garcon by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam March '14
Le Garcon by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam March '14

Although building up the essence of a current trend, there’s a certain timelessness veiling the gorgeous editorial styled by Ise White. Between the classic jewelry, the clean, effortless lines, the understated patterns and the occasional plunging neckline refining a sculptural suit, nothing is too little, nor too much, as nothing is tipping the balance. The reverse sheer buttoning and the crop top worn in a half-masculine combination had to complete the highly inspirational fashion equation.

Rocking a short pixie by Elsa Canedo, and barely there make-up by Renee Garnes, you can view the complete editorial starring Mackenzie Drazan, at the gallery. If you’d like to see more of An Le’s photography work, check www.anlestudio.com.

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