Titled ‘Curtsy while you’re thinking, it saves time,’ the Daphne Groeneveld i-D Magazine cover shoot is regally rustic. A combination of studio portraits and on-location shots, the editorial has a nomadic, pioneer theme that is both eclectic and elegant. Part of the publication’s The Royal Issue, Spring 2012, it is one of eight different covers.
The Daphne Groeneveld i-D Magazine cover shoot was lensed by Richard Bush. The Dutch beauty is layered in long jackets and skirts that are predominantly subdued in color but also boast a mix of bold patterns. Stylist Sarah Richardson selected the pieces from the likes of Balenciaga, Jean Paul Gaultier, Pringle of Scotland and Mulberry.
For the Daphne Groeneveld i-D Magazine shoot, the model was asked to finish the sentence, "If I were Queen for the day…." She said she would throw a party.
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