To be clear, anyone picking up a copy of the latest Dazed is not exactly expecting catalogue fare. Not that there is anything wrong with catalogues, commercial viability after all keeps the lights on night. No, Dazed has forged a reputation of being at the cutting edge of fashion and culture for more than a quarter century. The latest issue with Lana Del Rey on its cover is no exception and in fact doubles down on its commitment to radical fashion and youth culture in a story featuring none other than Grace Hartzel. Photographed by Angelo Pennetta and styled by Camille Bidault-Waddington, the story titled “Kim’s Videos” stays true to the legacy forged by its namesake, namely the erstwhile underground video and music emporium of New York’s East Village, Kim’s Video. Every one of these looks is comprised of a number of intersecting layers, which when taken together create a densely textured ensemble greater than its parts. For example, Grace (pictured) wears a customized leather men’s jacket and trainers by Coach 1941, a vintage Maison Martin Margiela jumper, rollneck by Wolford, cotton and crepe skirt by Erika Cavallini, wool and silk trousers Haider Ackermann, earring by Berenger Pelc, harness, ring by Arielle de Pinto, and socks by Falke. Got all that?

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Credits include: Publication, Dazed Spring / Summer 2017; Title, “Kim’s Videos”; Photography, Angelo Pennetta; Styling, Camille Bidault-Waddington; Hair, Rudi Lewis; Makeup, Stephanie Kunz; Casting, Noah Shelley.

Grace Hartzel | Dazed Spring / Summer 2017 (Photography: Angelo Pennetta)

Grace Hartzel | Dazed Spring / Summer 2017 (Photography: Angelo Pennetta)