Fashion Gone Rogue 'Second Nature' is Whimsical and Windswept

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jan 14, 2012 • References: mickdelint & fashiongonerogue
The flowing, almost ethereal outfits showcased throughout the Fashion Gone Rogue 'Second Nature' online editorial is made to look even more whimsical since they are set against a quiet countryside backdrop. The shoot celebrates wild feminine beauty at its finest. Nevertheless, it does have an urban aesthetic thanks to the carefully chosen wardrobe that is at once mystical and sophisticated.

Shot by photographer Mick de Lint, the Fashion Gone Rogue Second Nature online editorial stars model Sophie. Stylist Mirjam de Ruiter created the lightweight and pale wardrobe, which interacted beautifully with the soft sunlight and caressing winds, using pieces from designers such as Doortje van den Heuvel and Sage & Ivy. Hairstylist and makeup artist Danine Zwets completed the looks with teased, windswept locks. Stats for Mystical Countryside Captures Trending: Older & Buzzing
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