Scarlett Fever

After a spate of avant-garde editorials sometimes it is nice to see something purely pretty; Alexi Lubomirski creates an elegant vision of glamour for September’s Harper’s Bazaar starring Dree Hemingway. The editorial might not push the boundaries of fashion, but it sure makes the clothes look gorgeous, the crimson colored ensembles chosen by Clare Richardson add perfect touch of chic to Alexi’s colorful and lively images. The fun loving spirit of the story and Dree’s natural charm make for an altogether enjoyable story.

  1. I admit I don’t love Dree to death (not at all – and this won’t change my mind), and even the editorial doesn’t excite me so much in its academic elegance… but this is a good example of what an editorial can be: clothes brought into life, and life is somehow given to them too.
    So even if not a fan of this – imo these kind of basis are something more editorials should “build on”.

  2. Really love it.. She’s chic and sexy, as Raquel Zimmermann and Eniko Mihalik use to be!! More and more times Dree is finding her space.. The pics are gorgeous!

  3. I never understood when being ugly became cool she’s beautiful and fits the editorial perfectly I’m tired of seeing ugly girls they all look the same anyway

  4. Dree Hemingway has that Gift!

    She glows and look very alive in fron of the camera. She should be an Actress.

    She looks very Modern yet Old Golden Era Hollywood at the same time.

  5. I agree completely with peterModelObsessed. I actually came on here to say she looks more like an actress than a model, which works for her cause she delivers those natural shots where other models look so contrived. Well done.

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