Atlanta de Cadenet Taylor wears Band of Outsiders cotton crochet top and shorts. Amrita Singh 18k gold-plate earrings; Dannijo cuff (right wrist); Pamela Love bronze, lapis, and malachite ring; Pamela Love bronze cuff and 14k gold-plate cuff (left wrist, from top).

For the model Atlanta de Cadenet Taylor, daughter of photographer Amanda de Cadenet and Duran Duran bassist John Taylor, backstage was practically a second home. She saw the Beastie Boys play at a “massive festival,” she says, when she was barely in pre-K; vividly remembers a Red Hot Chili Peppers show from when she was 4; and joined her dad on tour in Italy at 11. Her rock ’n’ roll childhood has clearly informed her fashion sense: “It was normal to wear a ripped band shirt that hadn’t been washed in months,” says the Los Angeles–based 20-year-old. “No one was in khakis.” Today, this SoCal bohemian, who has done campaigns for Polo Ralph Lauren and Net-a-Porter, is comfortable in easy pieces like Christopher Kane dresses and Isabel Marant booties. (A Band of Outsiders ombré eyelet-top-and-shorts ensemble, left, is a nice addition to her wardrobe.) And soon other girls will be able to benefit from de Cadenet Taylor’s relaxed approach to dressing, thanks to her forthcoming clothing collection. She is mum about the designs, except to say they will be “fun, nothing too crazy—and very L.A.”

Hair by David Cox for Oribe at CelestineAgency.com; Makeup by Geoffrey Rodriquez for Diorshow at Ford Artists; Still Lifesphotographed by Nick Ferrari; still lifes clothing: styled by Judith Trezza at R.J. Bennett Represents; accessories photographed by Marko Metzinger; Photography Assistant: Kristina Williams