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Lara Stone has that unmissable gap. Adriana Lima's got to-die-for dimples. Lindsey Wixson's lips won't quit. We're all for supermodels with signature features, and perhaps the most unmissable (and enviable) of all is Coco Rocha and her sharp-enough-to-cut-yourself cheekbones. And the Vogue cover girl's style is just as razor sharp. To get you in the mood to add some fierce (hey, she was just on ANTM!) to your holiday wardrobe, we hit up Coco to pose in four oh-so-runway outfits. She obliged happily in looks that have all the studs, chains, leather, and shearling booties you could possibly need. Inside her Gramercy Park apartment, the Canadian import—who effortlessly mixed H&M and rag & bone—sat down with us for a frank and funny chat that covered everything from budget buys and bold lips to her brand-new jewelry line (wait 'til you see that bracelet). "If you're the first one to call yourself a supermodel, you're not!," says Coco. And guess what? She wasn't.
Photographed by Sam Horine
Shoes. Let's get some shoes. No, seriously. We pretty much want everything we spotted on the streets of NYC during Fashion Week. Shoes can make or break an outfit. And, that's why, this season more than ever, showgoers brought their A game in the footwear department.
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Sporty, short shorts paired with puffy, white sneakers and thick, white ankle socks. Checkered button-down shirts tucked into loose chinos. Unbranded, curve-brim baseball caps. These looks exemplify the true "found-it-in-my-dad's-closet" nature of normcore. Allow us to point out that they're also the staples of Forrest read