The Joan Smalls New York Times Magazine editorial is consistent with the notoriously long-legged model's bold and boundaryless personal style. The photo shoot has Smalls rocking an array of patterns and textures that are reserved for women with pure confidence and flair. A neon striped knit sweater underneath a multicolored sequin corset may not be the first outfit out of every woman's closet, but the strikingly beautiful Smalls might be the one to change that, redefining the conventions of style one look at a time.
Lensed by Boo George, the shoot features an industrial, big city backdrop that complements David Vandewal's sizzling selections perfectly. The editorial, entitled "Chaos Theory," was captured for the Times' Style Women's Fashion Fall 2011 issue, and those who flip through its pages will surely question the nature of their style.
Implications - The conventions of style are based on time and place. Changes to these conventions occur gradually over time as trusted publications and models begin to exhibit alternative and unseen styles that appeal to particular consumers.
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