The best kind of hot mess

Maintaining composure and allure despite complete dishevelment is no easy feat, but it’s makes for a beautiful image when done right. With wet hair, sullied skin and various states of undress, model Solveig is the best kind of hot mess for Elke Kramer’s spring / summer 2014 campaign. Kramer’s tribal-esque jewellery pieces for the season fit to the shipwrecked feel of the images, which were shot by Christopher Morris.

Elke Kramer jewellery spring 2014

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ELKE S/S '13 / '14 Campaign
ELKE S/S '13 / '14 Campaign
ELKE S/S '13 / '14 Campaign
ELKE S/S '13 / '14 Campaign
ELKE S/S '13 / '14 Campaign

The campaign was styled by David Bonney, with makeup by Nicole Thompson and hair by Richard Kavanagh.
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