The 'Graffiti and Good Night' editorial for Flair April 2014 looks like a pop art collage one might hang in their room for fashion inspiration. Indeed, it certainly does offer style insight, with model Josephine Skriver wearing a colorful, 60s-Inspired wardrobe curated by Darcy Backlar. From retro, cat-eye sunglasses and platform bowler shoes, to a sequinned Star Spangled Banner-Inspired look, we see fashion recycling and re-inventing itself within this editorial. Designers include Dior, Missoni, Dries van Noten and Hermes, among others.
Skriver completes the cheeky fashion (a "Good Morning Tokyo" sweatshirt tucked into a pleated skirt, for instance) with a makeup look consisting of bold brows and a matte lip. Her loose waves are courtesy of hair stylist Tamara McNaughton, while her polished manicure came from nail expert Dawn Sterling.
Photographer Quentin Jones captured the joyful expression of fashions' past in this graffiti-style shoot.