Another month, another timely reminder that The Wall Street Journal is sometimes more than just an organ of free-market capitalism. There is more, dear reader, much more to this News Corp property, case in point is the April 2019 issue of WSJ. Magazine. Inside the forthcoming edition is a bohemian nouveau story with Binx Walton photographed by Josh Olins and styled by Ludivine Poiblanc. The 1970s undoubtedly emerged as a leitmotif in the September prêt-à-porter shows last year. This particular story titled “Craft Work” clearly draws inspiration from many of those collections. Natacha Ramsay-Levi is given the spotlight on the opening page wherein Binx (pictured) wears a floral dress, pant, and belt from the Chloé Spring 2019 collection. As if the kaleidoscopic paisleys were not convincing on their own, bronze makeup by Maki Ryoke rings Binx’s face. This really is the Journal and truth be told, the market outlook could not look any more promising than it does right here.

The new issue reaches newsstands on Saturday, 6 April 2019. Visit wsj.com to see more.

Credits include: Publication, WSJ. Magazine April 2019; Title, “Craft Work”; Photography, Josh Olins; Styling, Ludivine Poiblanc; Hair, Tomo Jidai; Makeup, Maki Ryoke; Manicure, Eri Handa; Prop styling, Kadu Lennox.

Binx Walton | WSJ. Magazine April 2019 (Photography: Josh Olins)

Binx Walton | WSJ. Magazine April 2019 (Photography: Josh Olins)