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fashion inspiration | editorial: sofia coppola by steven meisel

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Stumbled across this stunning editorial last week, shot by Steven Meisel, and promptly fell back in love with director Sofia Coppola. The Lost in Translation and Marie Antoinette director landed a deserving turn in front of the camera in Vogue Italia’s February cover.{fashion inspiration | editorial: sofia coppola by steven meisel}

Titled “Effortless Style”, the fashion bible showcased a sleek and sophisticated side of Sofia, who usually lets her work, rather than her clothes do the talking. Clothed in designer labels such as Dolce & Gabbana, Balenciaga and Comme des Garçons, the French model turned director was transformed for the month courtesy of make up artist Pat McGrath and stylist Karl Templer.

{fashion inspiration | editorial: sofia coppola by steven meisel}

Out now on newsstands in Milan, the issue will be available shortly all over Italy and your nearest International Newspapers shop.

Anita


{fashion inspiration | editorial: sofia coppola by steven meisel}

{fashion inspiration | editorial: sofia coppola by steven meisel}

{fashion inspiration | editorial: sofia coppola by steven meisel}

{fashion inspiration | editorial: sofia coppola by steven meisel}

{fashion inspiration | editorial: sofia coppola by steven meisel}

[Above, how we’re used to seeing Coppola]

{fashion inspiration | editorial: sofia coppola by steven meisel}

Anita Wu

 
Contributor, London & Boston

A petite freelancer from London with an endless itch to travel. Happily infatuated with popular culture. Often found jamming out at concerts and sipping a good brew at your local café.
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