Although the relationship between Marianne Faithfull and Mick Jagger never exactly achieved the sort of longevity witnessed in the 2012 Palme d’Or winning Amour, it nevertheless has inspired countless in fashion. Case in point is the August 2014 issue of Vogue Türkiye in which Swinging London-era Marianne Faithfull serves as the point of departure for one Sabrina Ioffreda photographed by Jem Mitchell. The Tom Ford Fall 2014 campaign model is of course known for her jet black hair, but for this feature adopts a blonde crop styled by Neil Moodie. If the staging of the story offers any clues about the editorial’s inspiration, then the Marshall amplifiers, Gibson Les Paul, ripped upholstery, and wooden paneled interior should banish any doubt this story takes place in a universe in which the Rolling Stones have just released “Sympathy for the Devil” and Labour is in power. Those are just the facts, however, the truly indomitable spirit of this story belongs to Sabrina Ioffreda.

Credits include: Publication, Vogue Türkiye August 2014; Title, “Benim için çal sevgilim”; Photography, Jem Mitchell; Styling, Konca Aykan; Hair, Neil Moodie for Windle & Moodie at D+V Management; Makeup, Asami Taguchi for Chanel Beauté; Manicure, Alicia Torello for Essie; Styling assistance, Kasey Noziska-Abushal; Production, Dan Foley at 3 Production.

Sabrina Ioffreda | Vogue Türkiye August 2014 (Photography: Jem Mitchell)

Sabrina Ioffreda | Vogue Türkiye August 2014 (Photography: Jem Mitchell)

 
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