Sojourner Morrell for Jil Sander Navy Spring 2012 Campaign by Daniel Jackson

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published January 16, 2012

Casual Navy – Sojourner Morrell makes a laid-back subject for Daniel Jackson’s lens with the spring 2012 campaign from Jil Sander Navy. Styled by Katie Shillingford, Sojourner wears button-up shirts paired with platform shoes and pleated skirts. Tousled locks by hair stylist Bob Recine and barely there makeup by Hannah Murray perfect the casual ambiance. / Set Design by Gerard Santos



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10 thoughts on “Sojourner Morrell for Jil Sander Navy Spring 2012 Campaign by Daniel Jackson”

        • Agreed- I knew what she was getting at, but the reference she made still wasn’t right.  To compare a model to a person who suffered through awful conditions such as the ones in a concentration camp is ridiculous and there are other ways of stating your opinion (a simple “she’s too thin for my taste” probably would have sufficed).

    • you are obviously a very sensitive and invested human being. i agree with the comments regarding a very inappropriate comment and one i would have thought this blog would have removed? i actually think she fits the collection quite well.

  1. I think the model looks fresh and she is perfect for the collection. She ads a uniqueness to the look and makes the picture interesting.

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