“Where Troubles Melt Like Lemon Drops” photographed by Tim Walker, styled by Jacob K; W Magazine October 2010.
Humpty Dumpty’s Widow. A black lace veil will hide your tears.
“All Tomorrow’s Parties” photographed by Tom Munro, styled by Giovanna Battaglia; W Magazine March 2013.
The Mod Couple. His and hers Buddy Holly glasses and Peggy Moffit wigs, respectively.
“Rave New World” photographed by Mario Sorrenti, styled by Panos Yiapanis; W Magazine March 2013.
Life of the Rave. More is more.
“Super Linda” photographed by Steven Klein, styled by Edward Enninful; W Magazine September 2012.
Super LindaTake a traditional costume to the next level with leather and latex.
“Step and Repeat” photographed by Michael Thompson, styled by Edward Enninful; W Magazine December 2013.
Bedazzled. Every fabulous printed, bedazzled, embellished item you own—wear it.
“The New Guard: Couture’s Outré Attitude” photographed by Tim Walker, styled by Edward Enninful; W Magazine April 2013.
The Minimalist. “I’m a tulip, duh.”
“Academy” photographed by Steven Klein, styled by Camilla Nickerson; W Magazine September 2009.
Maedchen in Uniform. A corset, a boot, and a few dozen gentlemen in briefs.
“Stranger than Paradise” photographed by Tim Walker, styled by Jacob K; W Magazine May 2013.
Totally Tilda. Just add mannequin arms.
“Dream Sequence” photographed by Paolo Roversi, styled by Alex White; W Magazine October 2009.
Picnic at Hanging Rock Survivor. Escape the mountain in a white gown and leaf-strewn hair.
“Red Hot: Marion Cotillard” photographed by Tim Walker, styled by Jacob K; W Magazine December 2012.
The Red Queen. Drape yourself in crimson for a look that’s equal parts spooky and glamorous.
“Babes in Toyland” photographed by Tim Walker, styled by Edward Enninful; W Magazine April 2014.
Welcome to the Dollhouse. Come to life in a funky hat, babydoll dress, and sleek pump.
“Into the Wild” photographed by Anthony Maule, illustrated by Rob Pruitt; W Magazine January 2012.
Artful Dressing. Zebra and toile come together in mesmerizing harmony.
“Lunch Break” photographed by Terry Richardson, styled by Alex White; W Magazine July 2010.
The Patriot. Stand out in a sea of orange and black in classic red, white, and blue.
“A Muse You Can Use” photographed by Willy Vanderperre, styled by Olivier Rizzo; W Magazine April 2013.
The Rocker. Unleash your inner rocker dreams. Step 1: Don furs, sheers, and kohl-rimmed eyes. Step 2: Fake it ‘til you make it.
“A Study in Scarlett Johansson” photographed by Tim Walker, styled by Jacob K; W Magazine June 2011.
Sarah Bernhardt. Scarlett Johansson is black and white and cool all over.
“Kiss the Sky” photographed by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, styled by Alex White; W Magazine August 2008.
The Thing. Any excuse to wear that red Mongolian lamb coat.
“Far Far From Land” photographed by Tim Walker, styled by Jacob K; W Magazine December 2013.
The Little Mermaid. Come out to play with a pearl nose ring and sequined fins.
“Paper Bag Princess” photographed by Craig McDean, styled by Alex White; W Magazine September 2009.
Paper Bag Princess. Play the part of the fashion victim in shopping bags and furs.
“Poor Little Punk Girl” photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, styled by Alex White; W Magazine May 2011.
Pretty in Punk. Studs and leather never looked better.
“Warrior Stance” photographed by Steven Klein, styled by Edward Enninful; W Magazine March 2014.
Fighting Fab. Cover yourself in fierce metal jewelry and perfect your warrior pose.