“Nail boy- girl style in a masculine coat with feminine details.”
“Side slits give this classic blue shirt a modern twist.”
“Woody base notes counter the floral scent of this roll-on perfume.”
Kirsten Dunst wears shirt by Altuzarra, pants by Valentino and pumps by Gianvito Rossicredits
Photograph: Bjorn Iooss
Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, even a hint of Katharine Hepburn – these were the women who inspired our cover star, Kirsten Dunst, on the set of The EDIT’s ‘modern androgyny’ shoot in LA. Wearing confident, tailored pieces by Pallas, Maison Margiela and Valentino, the 33-year-old actress channeled some of Hollywood’s most respected and influential stars – fitting, given that many consider her one of today’s brightest talents. Discussing her new role in TV’s Fargo, Dunst also reveals her plans to direct her first feature film. A strong, smart woman making an impact in a male-dominated profession? Garbo, Dietrich and Hepburn would be suitably impressed.
Androgyny finds a home in every season, but for FW15 its approach has a sophisticated feel, made all
the more appealing by luxe, feminine accents – wide-cut pants and a sharp waistcoat worn with a silk blouse, or a black chiffon shirt under a pinstriped bustier. Finish the look with either point-toe pumps or crisp sneakers, but a hands-in-pockets attitude is a must.
JENNIFER DICKINSON, EDITOR
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