Lucas Cristino's 'Take the Heat Off Me' editorial spotlights patterned wardobe picks that are handpicked by stylist Brit Cato and assistant stylist Phillip Nunley. Model Bruna Rosa of Next New York fronts the series, and dons pieces from luxury labels like Gucci, DVF and Dennis Basso.
Captured for style publication The Ones 2 Watch, this series is unposed and candid, showing off model Bruna's playful side. The model is seen walking around New York City while sporting a patterned wardrobe that is an updated take on 70s looks.
Standouts include vibrant maxi dresses, and quilted leather boots that embody an eclectic overall aesthetic. Hair and makeup for Take the Heat Off Me are courtesy of Roberto Morelli who opts for natural curls and dewy cosmetics.
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