Appearing in the latest issue of the American publication, the Interview Magazine 'White Lines' editorial showcases a range of all-white outfits that have a bit of an edge to them. A play between femininity and masculinity that is on the border of androgynous, the magazine writes, "It conveys the power that comes from a rebooted feminism and celebrates what it is to be a woman now."
The Interview Magazine 'White Lines' editorial was shot by photographer Fabien Baron. It stars model Amanda Murphy, who could easily be mistaken for a rockstar with her messed up tresses and imaginative wardrobe. Full of tailored fits, sheer fabrics and lightweight knits, the looks were styled by Ludivine Poiblanc. They are deceptively simple due to the pale palette.
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