In October's issue of Vogue US we see Sasha Pivovarova posing for photographer Patrick Demarchelier in retro inspired editorial entitled 'Blanc Slate.' The term 'Blanc Slate' is used as the name of an epistemological theory that individuals are born without built-in mental content and that all of their knowledge comes from experience and perception (via Wikipedia). I personally love the following vintage, retro inspired looks, which feature awesome separates, shoes and bags. The 60's silhouettes and high school styles include modified versions swing coat-dresses, boyfriends, cuffed jeans cigarette pants, pale colored outerwear and cute accessories.
Here we see Sasha in a sweet make-up, natural messy hair which looks perfect with statement stud earrings, sleeveless white jacket and eye-catching handbag.
The following separates include white, wide shoulders, spacious top tucked in high-waisted, fit-and-flare, knee-length striped skirt and black-white flat shoes.
That's another stunning design. Here we see a coat-dress in rich blue color with pale blue details.
The collarless, cream-yellow front zip coat-dress in neoprene fabric looks really awesome. You can easily pair it with your favorite accessories.
The pale lime green coat with silver metallic statement buttons looks great with the same colored turtleneck, pleated white trousers and white loafers.
That's what I call boyish look. Here we see a butter brown knee length coat worn atop chambray shirt worn underneath V-neck knitted rich blue pullover tucked in cuffed boyfriends.
Model: Sasha Pivovarova
Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier
Stylist: Tabitha Simmons
Hair: Jimmy Paul
Make-up: Dick Page & Rieko Okusa