It’s inevitable – we all want what we can’t have. Coming in hot to the top of our “want” list is the ability to pull off the latest and greatest western-tinged looks Sasha Pivovarova kills in the February 2014 issue of Vogue. We’re not sure if it takes a certain type of person, perhaps one with a free spirit who loves all things nature, style, and hand craftsmanship, to pull off this look,but we’re envious. In what looks to be “the craft of the Navajo” and “creativity of Georgia O’Keeffe”, Sasha Pivovarova takes this bohemian look to a whole other level of chic, sophistication, and of course – fashion forward style.
Sasha Pivovarova is without a doubt most well-known for being the face of Prada for six consecutive seasons, but she’s not just a one hit wonder. In fact, she’s appeared in many other campaigns, including Juicy Couture, H&M, Giorgio Armani, and Proenza Schouler. If that’s not a sure sign of keeping a busy schedule, then let’s not forget that she frequently appears in Vogue, Interview Magazine, and Vogue Italia – on top of being a wife to photographer Igor Vishnyakov and a mother to daughter Mia Isis who turns two in May.
Photographed by Mikael Jansson, the shoot consists of stunning tribal jewelry and folkloric patterns, swishy skirts, geometric psychedelic layered fabrics, primal colors, and a hint of an anti-city air. If only our bank accounts could sustain how expensive our fashion tastes are, we would’ve scooped up every piece featured in this shoot. As much as we love cities [hello, NYC and Paris], we are loving every bit of this bohemian chic photo shoot – it’s earthy, colorful, and laid-back. Take a look below at some of our favorites shots that Jansson- you won’t regret it. If you like what you see and want to see more, head over to Vogue to see the full shoot.
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