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It’s no wonder why this girl was chosen as one our Models to Watch. The dynamic Sam Rollinson takes a variety of looks from seemingly different eras for Vogue Italia‘s January issue.

Bright and vibrant with unexpected pairings of outfits and exquisitely unusual wigs, this series is shot by fashion photographer Emma Summerton and styled by Elin Svahn, who must have had the vision of the bold and daring side of the ’60s and ’70s on the brain for inspiration. Rollinson dons red bobs, cropped curls, stick straight black hair, and flowy, feathery locks for her various looks. Though each of the outfits are all bold, they each take on such a different personality that it’s at first hard to tell whether Rollinson is really the same person in each of the shots.

Wearing moon manis (which we’re loving this season), cat eyes, sweeping dashes of blue eye shadow, and neutral makeup alike, Rollinson remains serious and contemplative in each of the shots, which take place in a seemingly abandoned, grey house. Posing next to whole or parts of dolls sitting next to her on the table, this shoot has just the right amount of quirk to almost put you at unease mixed with the right amount of refreshing beauty that keeps you scrolling to the next look. Check out the rest below.

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Photos via The Fashionography

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