Kevin Sinclair Shoots Funky Patterns for How to Spend It September 2012

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 4, 2012

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Updated November 27, 2018

The Shapes of Things to Come – The fall season’s trend of sixties-inspired patterns gets highlighted in this feature for the September issue of How to Spend It, lensed by Kevin Sinclair. Models Anni Jurgenson, Hannah Noble and Maria Pilliroog sport retro futuristic looks complete with matching cone-shaped hairdos in the vibrant designs of Louis Vuitton, Marni, Rochas and Prada amongst others selected by stylist Damian Foxe. / Hair by Federico Ghezzi @ CLM, Makeup by Jo Frost @ CLM










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