Fashion Outtakes: The One That Got Away


The fashion story in our current Summer Music issue was shot by photographer Jason Nocito over the course of a hot and steamy weekend in New York City—a bit of a homecoming since far flung nooks and crannies of the world tend to be more our thing. The story rolls out in sweltering states of summer dress and undress—bikinis as tops, pants that are all sweetness and light, and vests worn snuggly on bare skin. As always, there were a couple of stellar looks left on the cutting room floor, including this lesson in hot weather hat-wearing. The gorgeous translucent piece is made by New York-based label Makins, and their work definitey lives up to the milinery levels of yore, back when wearing a hat was standard practice. It also kind of reminds of Brigitte Bardot in the epic Le Mépris. Bardot spends most of the movie nude or in a bikini, but when Godard decides to let her put some clothes on, she certainly does it right.

Fashion Outtakes: The One That Got Away