Diane Kruger Saves the World In The Latest Interview Editorial

If a pretty girl can manipulate war strategies (or at least dress like it), chances are she'll get by in the world. The formula is tried and true: One gorgeous model-turned-actress, an arsenal of military-inspired tailored pieces all juxtaposed with severe lingerie and gracious hardware. Then, add a sliver of fur, a touch of vintage lighting, and maybe a whip just for fun. Diane Kruger is dressed to slaughter in this Interview Magazine editorial shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Observe the effortless authority she wields in double-breasted Armani, YSL hemlines, and sinister Nina Ricci boots that her Marlene Dietrich-based character in the new Quentin Tarantino film, Bridget von Hammersmark, would gladly endorse. (Interview / Fashion Copious)

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