While its last lookbook zeroed in on all things white
, The Dreslyn's
latest spread takes a sharp turn up color road. Inspired by '60s pop culture and art, the photos showcase L.A.-based model Emily Ruhl as she gallivants around a gallery space. Looking incredibly chic in the likes of Band Of Outsiders, Robert Clergerie, rag & bone, Opening Ceremony, A.P.C., and many others, Ruhl doesn't just pose in front of the art — she interacts with it.
While we could spend hours analyzing the project as an art-history undergrad would, we'd rather just focus on the top-notch styling and how ridiculously cool the pre-spring clothes look in this art-house setting. Click through and get inspired.
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