keeps busy in heavily-printed attire for the most recent V Magazine
, rocking her new brunette 'do and a host of hyper-festive outfits. Eccentric textures and theatrical repose create a post-modern aura of overkill luxury and a little taste of rebellion, as she stands wrapped in Christopher Kane
's neon contours, Prada
's botanical flare, and Givenchy
's fierce animal prints. Showing no signs of matching, paying little mind to reason, her imaginative attire could easily outfit the full-speed-ahead, stylish woman-of-tomorrow. And like the woman-of-tomorrow, despite the intensity of the threads, Natasha remains the star of the show.