Sam Rollinson stars in the 'Private View' editorial for Vogue China's July 2014 issue.
Everything in this editorial is hopelessly mod, from the geometric, monochromatic, tweed-filled wardrobe (chosen by fashion editor Natasha Royt) to the stunning, Twiggy-inspired eye makeup (done by makeup artist Kristi Matamoros). The stark black-and-white looks are further augmented by Rollinson's alabaster skin and jet-black bob, styled by Diego Da Silva.
It's a shame that this editorial is titled a 'Private View,' because everything about it deserves to be publicly shared and enjoyed by fashionista's everywhere. Tom Munro photographed Rollinson looking like she found a time machine right back to Warhol's Manhattan. If you're a fan of the era (and with superstars such as Edie Sedgwick, who wouldn't be?) then you'll enjoy browsing this unbearably stylish editorial.
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