The Numero Tokyo 'My Baby Love' editorial playfully captures one of the many reasons why the 1960s was commonly labeled the Swinging Sixties. This era saw the relaxation of some social taboos, which included sexism. Model Hailey Clauson revels in this freer society, jubilantly dancing down the street during a sun-drenched day in retro outfits that fit this decade.
Shot by Belgium-based photographer David Vasiljevic, the Numero Tokyo My Baby Love editorial is set to appear in the magazine's April 2012 issue. The American beauty was styled by fashion editor Felipe Mendes, who selected vintage-like flirty pieces from fashion labels such as Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu and Dolce & Gabbana. Her voluminous hair was styled by Schlomi with makeup by Euridice.
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