Selah Marley affirms the dictum that all publicity is good publicity in the November 2017 issue of a Vanity Fair with a two-page spread penned by Derek Blasberg. Vanity Fair’s “Man on the Street” forever has his finger on the pulse and this feature on Selah is no exception. Selah is a household name in these parts, where after all is represented, but for Vanity Fair readers the introduction is timely. She has done advertising for Ivy Park and Calvin Klein, as well as the latest Rag & Bone campaign by Glen Luchford. Selah was also spotted front row last month during the ready-to-wear runway shows. She is unmissable.

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Credits include: Publication, Vanity Fair November 2017; Title, “Good Golly, Miss Marley”; Magazine text, Derek Blasberg; Photography, Jenny Livingston; Styling, Sarah Cobb at Walter Schupfer Management; Hair, Owen Gould at The Wall Group; Makeup, Alice Lane at The Wall Group; Manicure, Natalie Pavloski at Bridge Artists.

Selah Marley | Vanity Fair November 2017 (Photography: Jennifer Livingston)

Selah Marley | Vanity Fair November 2017 (Photography: Jennifer Livingston)