The pristine looks featured throughout the W Magazine 'The Whites of Spring' editorial makes it almost impossible to think of the style as at all grungy, nevertheless it truly is. If the color was switched to anything else, the layered looks would certainly bring punk attitudes to mind. Nevertheless, the impeccable state of each outfit contrasts completely with the greasy hair adopted by both models courtesy of hairstylist Orlando Pita as well as their moody stares.
The W Magazine 'The Whites of Spring' editorial was lensed by photographer Craig McDean. Named after the infamous Stravinsky art piece 'The Rite of Spring,' the photoshoot was shot in an overgrown garden studio set. Although this isn't a normal garden, but one that belongs in an apocalypse. The alabaster looks were styled by Edward Enninful.
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