The choice between dueling occupations is not nearly as fraught as it was before every conceivable category fractured into millions of disparate segments. These days being a model and an artist is not only possible, it is almost essential to differentiating one self from a sea of beautiful faces. Distinguishing herself from the rest has never particularly bothered artist Jane Moseley, who primarily works in painting and sculpture. Jane also models, famously. For two seasons running she has featured in the hot, hot Balenciaga runway show, not to mention in the pages of InterviewVogue Korea, and more. Her latest outing is in the pages of the December 2016 issue of Vanity Fair, which includes a portrait by Victor Demarchelier and a glowing write up by Derek Blasberg. “Wholly Moseley,” as the feature is called, pretty much sums it up this artist, model, and all around sensation.

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Credits include: Publication, Vanity Fair December 2016; Title, “Wholly Moseley”; Photography, Victor Demarchelier; Magazine text, Derek Blasberg; Styling, Ryan Young; Hair, Teddy Charles using Sunsilk; Makeup, Alice Lane using Lancôme; Manicure, Bernadette Thompson using Enamel by Bernadette Thompson.

Jane Moseley | Vanity Fair December 2016 (Photography: Victor Demarchelier)

Jane Moseley | Vanity Fair December 2016 (Photography: Victor Demarchelier)