How many, even amid the oh-so-knowing fashion crowd, heard of Liberty Ross and her fashion ventures before the cheating scandal made the titles of every tabloid under every rock last year? A divorce later, Liberty Ross is now an established fashion mark on the social calendar.
She’s been modeling since her teenage years, having walked for Dior at 19, but Liberty Ross made a spectacular catwalk return in Alexander Wang’s SS12 collection. All eyes were on her and all ears wanted to know her story. Now that we all know her story, her husband’s story, Kristen Stewart’s story and Robert Pattinson’s story, where will we be heading next?
The interview (pulled out of the same Net-a-porter magazine we talked about so much lately) only focused on Liberty’s fashion preferences and little style secrets, not so much on her publicly scandalous life. Because we’ve known her misery, we’d just like to focus on Liberty’s fashion now.
She emerged a strong/er woman after the much-covered cheating story so Liberty has become more or less a role model for many women around the world. Knowing and following her fashion choices would (hard to believe, but you never know what’s going through a desperate fashion follower’s mind) make others just as strong. Here it goes, take notes:
‘Sharp, structured silhouettes make me feel strong. Give me a tailored Tom Ford pantsuit or a fitted dress by Alexander McQueen and my favorite Alaia heels and I’m in control.
I accessorize with jewelry that’s special to me […]. I also apply a scent that makes me feel feminine, like tuberose oil.’
Feeling stronger already? Enjoy it while it lasts because soon enough someone will label Liberty and her cool-ness with mom-hair attributes and bam! her high fashion cover is blown to pieces! Just because – you know – she’s a mom!
so she is an inspiration because her husband cheated on her with Kristen Stewart? HOW? She’s a millionaire with famous friends who are making the most of her notoriety. I save giving my inspiration to people who actually merit it. She seems a bit desperate to be famous in my opinion
There’s a talent gene in her family though – see, I was more acquainted with the work of her brother, Atticus Ross than her fashion doings. But truth being told, it’s rather easy to connect and ‘become’ when you have the financial support and the appropriate circles to propagate your ‘talents’.
Sorry, but I concur with what Lena said. We never heard that much about Liberty Ross. She was just a model married to a director. Since the “scandal” she’s all of sudden more interesting?
‘Sharp, structured silhouettes make me feel strong. Give me a tailored Tom Ford pantsuit or a fitted dress by Alexander McQueen and my favorite Alaia heels and I’m in control.’
So would I if I had her alimony. She’s not interesting at all. This has nothing to do with the “mom thing”. For most regular moms the world falls in pieces after a divorce. Especially on the finances front. How can this make a regular woman feels stronger?
Hmm, on the other hand, yes, I do feel stronger than Ms Ross. Can she be strong and survive like me and many other women without all the benefits she has? ;) :)
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