From Wildly Patterned Wardrobes to Hot Tomboys

 - Dec 29, 2012
These quirky Cass Bird editorials document the epic work of the critically acclaimed photographer. Bird has been essential to the monthly issues of New York Times Fashion, Muse Magazine and Dossier, amassing a remarkable style all along the way.

Bird is best known for her rebel youth perspective. Many of her images showcase feather headdresses, crop shorts and excessive nudity, speaking to her young state of mind and daring spirit. Viewers of all ages have come to appreciate this free loving approach to photography, be it to accentuate fashion or a lifestyle that is rid of attachment. Wildly patterned wardrobes and pictures of hot tomboys have driven these very themes home, getting at an approach that is undeniably rough around the edges.