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The Fashion Gone Rogue 'The Baroness' Editorial Stars a Somber Mila

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: hugoarturi & fashiongonerogue
Lensed by New York- and Buenos Aires-based Spanish photographer Hugo Arturi, the Fashion Gone Rogue 'The Baroness' online editorial is inspired by German fashion and cinema circa the '20s and '30s. New York-based stylist Jenni Hensler outfitted model Mila in a mix of vintage and modern pieces, striking a beautiful balance between retro and contemporary in the process. Makeup artist Christine Cherbonnier and hairstylist Gregory Alan finish the looks.

The Fashion Gone Rogue The Baroness editorial might be named after a royal title, but it could have easily been dubbed 'Black Widow,' which is not to be confused with the 'Avengers' character now in theaters. A wealthy woman dressed head-to-toe in black, it is a natural name for such a somber photoshoot. Granted, the regal air and cold persona does do justice to the Baroness allusion. Stats for Darkly Regal Fashion Trending: Older & Buzzing
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