Puccini’s La Bohème is one of the Italian composer’s most famous, if not most widely produced operas. The story centers on the relationship of young lovers Rodolfo and Mimì, which ultimately ends tragically for the latter. The cultural legacy of all things bohemian, however lives on as in the November 2014 issue of Teen Vogue in a story featuring Ola Rudnicka photographed by Boo George. Titled “La Bohème,” this Véronique Didry-styled explores the Gen Y styling fixation known as gypset, that’s gypsy plus jet set for the over-30 crowd. Teen Vogue dresses up the trend considerably, but never loses sight of its younger readership and pairs Isabel Marant and Proenza Schouler statement pieces with brands more accessible to the young adult crowd. Whatever the styling choices, Ola Rudnicka ought to have readers all singing praise.

Credits include: Publication, Teen Vogue November 2014; Title, “La Bohème”; Photography, Boo George; Fashion editorial, Véronique Didry; Hair, Tina Outen using Fekkai; Makeup, Hiromi Ueda at Julian Watson Agency; Manicure, Lorandy at Yumikoto Paris Artists Management; Set design, Matt Duddleston at Caren; Production, Ben Faraday at Octopix.

Ola Rudnicka | Teen Vogue November 2014 (Photography: Boo Georgia)

Ola Rudnicka | Teen Vogue November 2014 (Photography: Boo Georgia)