FASHION

Immy Waterhouse’s Star Burns Brightly

The Actress-Model is taking her sister Suki’s lead.


Photographer: Rokas Darulis Stylist: Gianluca Longo Stylist: Sam Milner

As an 18-year-old fresh out of drama school, Imogen Waterhouse did what most self-respecting aspiring actresses do: found herself a job waiting tables. “I was probably one of the worst waitresses ever,” Waterhouse, 21, recalls. “I once dropped a steak knife into a pram, and there was a child in it.” Fortunately, she shows greater talent on the screen. Among her current projects are The Last Photograph, directed by and starring Danny Huston; and Tom Ford’s forthcoming Nocturnal Animals, * with Jake Gyllenhaal, Armie Hammer, and Amy Adams. And, taking a lead from her older sister, Suki Waterhouse, the London native has also been pursuing modeling—she’s already booked editorials for Vogue Russia and Love* magazine and appears in this spring’s Tommy Hilfiger Tommy Jeans campaign. “Modeling is less about being really tall and skinny and a clothes peg than it is about expressing your individuality,” says Waterhouse, who feels no need to choose between fashion and film. “Why can’t you do both?” Hey, if it worked for Tom Ford…

Photos: Immy Waterhouse’s Star Burns Brightly

Waterhouse wears a Dior sweater and dress; Carven belt; Jefferson NYC bangles; Alexander McQueen clogs.

Photographer: Rokas Darulis Stylist: Gianluca Longo Stylist: Sam Milner

Uniform Wares watch.

Courtesy of the designer.

Lagos necklace.

Courtesy of Tim Hout, styled by Renate Lindlar.

Jil Sander blazer.

Courtesy of Tim Hout, styled by Renate Lindlar.

A photograph by Waterhouse of her younger sister, Maddy, in Mexico, 2014.

Courtesy of Waterhouse.

Monse skirt.

Courtesy of Tim Hout, styled by Renate Lindlar.

Courrèges dress; Alexander Wang cardigan; Melinda Maria bangles.

Photographer: Rokas Darulis Stylist: Gianluca Longo Stylist: Sam Milner

Jimmy Choo bag.

Courtesy of Tim Hout, styled by Renate Lindlar.

Suki and Imogen (right) with their parents, Norman and Elizabeth, 1990s.

Courtesy of Waterhouse.

A recent read, Wonderful Tonight: George Harrison, Eric Clapton, and Me, by Pattie Boyd.

Courtesy of Three Rivers Press.

The Beatles, in a photo from 1964, are a musical crush.

Courtesy of Hulton-Deutsch.Collection/CORBIS.

Céline boots.

Courtesy of the designer.

Carven shirtdress and belt.

Courtesy of Tim Hout, styled by Renate Lindlar.

Nina Simone, a favorite chanteuse, in the 1950s. Courtesy of Tom Copi/Getty Images.

Waterhouse, with a drag queen while on vacation in South Africa, 2013.

Courtesy of Waterhouse.

Her TV show of choice, Parks and Recreation.

Courtesy of NBC.

Bally shoes.

Courtesy of the designer.

Sacai dresses.

Photographer: Rokas Darulis Stylist: Gianluca Longo Stylist: Sam Milner
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