There is an East Sussex property known as the Charleston Farmhouse that in the early part of the last century served as the creative nexus for the Bloomsbury Group, a loose collective of influential English writers and thinkers that included amongst others Virginia Woolf and E.M. Forster. The Charleston for decades accumulated vast treasures in art and literature, many of which fill the colorful interiors of the eclectic estate to this day. This inspiring space serves as the backdrop of a story in the latest Harper’s Bazaar UK featuring Lera Tribel photographed by Tom Allen. Titled “Amongst the Bohemians,” this Cathy Kasterine-styled story celebrates the season’s best in “painterly prints.” To that end, Lera opens the story  wearing a silk dress from the Louis Vuitton Fall 2014 collection by Nicolas Ghesquière. Busy as the historical backgrounds are, Lera with her shock of red hair is an even brighter beacon when at the Charleston amongst the bohemians.

Credits include: Publication, Harper’s Bazaar UK November 2014; Title, “Amongst the Bohemians”; Photography, Tom Allen; Styling, Cathy Kasterine; Hair, Chi Wong at Julian Watson Agency; Makeup, Janeen Witherspoon at Julian Watson Agency using Dior 5 Couleurs Fall Look and Capture Totale Dreamskin; Styling assistance, Emma Shaw; Production, The Production Factory; Location, Charleston House (www.charleston.org.uk) with thanks to the Charleston Trust.

Lera Tribel | Harper’s Bazaar UK November 2014 (Photography: Tom Allen)

Lera Tribel | Harper’s Bazaar UK November 2014 (Photography: Tom Allen)