The i-D Magazine 'Work Hard and Be Nice to People' editorial focuses as much on positive energy as it does on androgynous fashion. Taking a page from model Arizona Muse's book, it encourages people to "have fun, be considerate and care about everything." What is even better, is adopting that mind frame in as fashionable a way as possible. In this case, that involves tailored outerwear, dapper suiting and a punk hairstyle all fit for men but made for women.
Shot by photographer Richard Bush, the i-D Magazine 'Work Hard and Be Nice to People' editorial appears in the winter 2012 issue of the publication. Stylist Sarah Richardson outfitted the American beauty in pieces from such labels as Celine, Marc Jacobs, Jean Paul Gaultier and Pringle of Scotland. The looks were perfected by hairstylist Keith Wainwright and makeup artist Lloyd Simmonds.
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