According to the second law of thermodynamics (the one about entropy), disorder is on the rise. Everywhere. The latest issue of The Edit stems the tide of disorder in a cover story featuring none other than Crista Cober. Photographed by Alique and styled by Morgan Pilcher, this story titled “Pure & Simple” showcases some of this season’s best minimal looks from leading designers. The cover immediately sets the tone, which pictures Crista wearing a white on white ensemble comprised of a Pierre Balmain blazer and Chloé pants. The styling suits the Canadian beauty, who admits in the corresponding interview that she is fine leaving styling to the professionals. “Fortunately, one of my favorite things is being styled by people who are passionate about fashion and know what they’re doing!” To that end, Crista is in very good hands at The Edit, a veritable bulwark against chaos in the closet and universe.

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Credits include: Publication, The Edit 7 May 2015; Title, “Pure & Simple”; Photography, Alique; Styling, Morgan Pilcher; Hair, Franco Gobbi at Streeters; Makeup, Petros Petrohilos at Streeters; Manicure, Elsa Durrens at ArtList; Local production, Romain Violleau at White Dot Productions.

Crista Cober | The Edit 7 May 2015 (Photography: Alique)

Crista Cober | The Edit 7 May 2015 (Photography: Alique)