Teetering (pun intended) between completely innocuous and mildly NSFW is Sasha Luss‘ latest cover for Numero. Topless covers aren’t exactly uncommon, but Luss’ subtle hint of skin coupled with glowing flowers and pastel fur coat makes for a particularly beautiful example. Full cover after the break.
Simply dressed, looking soft and sweet – Sasha Luss existed the Dolce & Gabbana show in Milan in an oversized sweater and skinny leather pants, bundled effortlessly in a printed scarf. She was still wearing the show’s soft chignon and classic makeup.
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There’s always a different view to be glimpsed backstage, whether it’s a view of how the show is put together or of how a garment sits on the body when the model is relaxed and waiting instead of in full stride. At this week’s Paris fashion week for Haute Couture spring 2014, we saw so many beautiful runway moments, but that’s not to discount the…
It has been a year filled with hundreds of stunning magazine covers, amongst which some consolidated careers, others became legendary and a few remained nothing but beautiful one-month wonders. What truly separates the best covers from all the rest is really hard to pinpoint, but the magazines to have made the 2013 top 10 are the perfect mix of inspiration, beauty and fashion, with a…
Russian model Sasha Luss has undeniable been one of the break-out stars of the year, what with that platinum blonde hair and all. This shoot by Patrick Demarchelier for the January 2014 issue of Vogue Russia seems a perfect way for the magazine to usher in a New Year – not to mention being evidence that graphic blue eyeshadow is going nowhere as a trend.
There was a bit of chill on this particular Paris day, when the Valentino spring 2014 show saw models sporting regal low ponytails that covered their ears. Without the tough austerity of the leather headbands from the show, the hairstyle translated well to the street: model Sasha Luss kept hers, worn along with a wintry fur coat.
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Dashing the idea that milkmaid braids can only be worn when channeling – well – milkmaids isn’t all that difficult. The style also goes by the name of crown braids with good reason. At the opposite end of the simple, rustic extreme is the potential to wear them in a regal light. Sasha Luss is the poster girl for demonstrating the fact with her latest…
Every element here is set to wow: multiplied, they’re unstoppable. Sasha Luss’ platinum blonde hair, her lithe, long legs, and the Lolita-meets-leather dress/top that’s as sweet in cut as it is sexy in fabric and fit. A pair of denim cut-off shorts underneath were the perfect way of keeping the fetishy top half modest and a bit on the casual side.
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