Daria Werbowy has knocked it out of the park once more. The Lancôme beauty stars on The Wall Street Journal‘s all-important September 2014 issue, which is due out August 16. Captured by Josh Olins, Daria is shot against a studio backdrop and is styled in a modern 70s-inspired look by Alastair McKimm, wearing a mixture of Gucci and Louis Vuitton. Daria and Josh have previously collaborated on Mango‘s Fall 2014 advertising campaign.
It’s no wonder members of our forums are head-over-heels for WSJ‘s latest cover. “Love love love it!!! Everything is working for me! Werk it Daria!!!” enthused fashionlover2001.
“Such a kick *** cover! Cool, effortless, classy, confident. Truly stunning!” wrote congacon.
Bertrando3 agreed: “Daria looking incredibly chic and gorgeous (note the return of fur) on the cover of The Wall Street Journal is really nice.”
MyNameIs appreciated seeing Daria in different styling and wrote, “Daria looks amazing. I love that they’ve styled her like this instead of that usual casual/hobo/rock/unwashed style they usually put her in.”
“Agreed, it’s nice to see a more polished version of her compared to the rocker thing you mentioned, or the raw and messy haired version we also frequently see of her. This is lovely,” replied HeatherAnne.
“This cover shot is a perfect example of Daria’s versatility and why she’s one of the highest paid and most sought-after models working right now,” complimented lelaid.
I doubt I will be able to get through the weekend if I don’t see Daria’s cover story (if there actually is one — let’s hope!), because I am completely sold on everything about this! Await the content and in the meantime, join the discussion here.