We've had our eye on Langley Fox for a long time now. At first, it's easy to resign her to associations: Dree's kid sister; Ernest Hemingway's great-granddaughter; and daughter of Mariel Hemingway (who earned an Oscar nomination for Woody Allen's Manhattan).
Funny enough, once you get to know her (or, get to know of her), those associations seem almost beside the point.
Featured in the new February/March issue of RUSSH, Langley once again exhibits a real uniqueness — the kind that can only come from not trying to showcase anything at all. Shot by Guy Lowndes at Langley's home in Silver Lake, the artist/model talks about being a hermit, living in a fantasy world, and getting hired for her aesthetic. Click ahead to take an exclusive look at the photos and interview! Afterwards, you should probably go outside and watercolor.
Hair by Caile Noble/Jed Root; Makeup by Kristina Brown/Jed Root.
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