Lindsey Wixson is Wicca and voodoo

When jewellery turned all mystic and hippie-inspired, it was ManiaMania at the fore of the trend: committed to the aesthetic like no other brand, it’s in their DNA. At once it was the raw, bohemian sensuality of Abbey Lee Kershaw fronting their campaigns, then Dree Hemingway. With a new season comes a new muse, one you might not typically associate with the brand: good girl Lindsey Wixson.

Wixson brings a softness and refinement to ManiaMania’s autumn 2014 imagery for a collection (titled “Solstice”) that channels Wicca and Stevie Nicks. With retro-inspired soft waves, daisies clutched to her chest and quartz crystals adorning her hands and neck, she’s a beautiful white witch; in a black top-hat and black bell sleeves she’s pure voodoo.

lindsey wixson maniamania campaign

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ManiaMania A/W '14 campaign
ManiaMania A/W '14 campaign
ManiaMania A/W '14 campaign
ManiaMania A/W '14 campaign

In all of the styling, and all of the jewels, Wixson makes for a gorgeous modern update on a retro rock goddess.

The new campaign from ManiaMania ( also has an accompanying video, which you can see above.

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