Gossip Girl starlet Leighton Meester is featured in the April 2009 issue of The New York Times in a vibrant editorial entitled, ‘The Girl with Kaleidoscope Pants.’
Wearing a fire-red lipstick shade, Leighton is captured by Terry Richardson who recently shot her alongside fellow “Gossip Girl” stars for Rolling Stone.
Leighton explains in the interview that her style is very different than that of her character on the show: “Her style is a little expensive for my taste, but it loudly communicates that she is who she is and that she does what she does. I find that admirable. And she’s always dressed appropriately, which I can’t always say about myself.”
In this editorial, Leighton Meester wears colorful creations from Alexander McQueen, Diane Von Furstenberg, Jonathan Saunders, Roberto Cavalli, and Gucci.
Leighton Meester is ‘The Girl with Kaleidoscope Pants'
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