Fashion: Stormy leather
Sunday 14 March 1999
Left: black leather punched top, to order, by Joe Casely-Hayford, from The Pineal Eye, 49 Broadwick Street, London W1, enquiries 0171 240 3572. Opposite page, above: cream silk chiffon ruffle skirt, pounds 800, from Virginia, 98 Portland Road, London W11, 0171 727 9908; purple leather top with beaded detail, to order, by SK Hyde, enquiries 0181 806 5864; khaki leather jacket, pounds 1,580, by Gucci, 33 Old Bond Street, London W1, enquiries 0171 235 6707. Opposite page, below: grey shirt, pounds 105, by Preen, 5 Portobello Green, 281 Portobello Road, London W10, enquiries 0181 968 1542; black leather strapless bodice and black leather lattice skirt, both by Veronique Branquinho, for Ruffo Research, from a selection at Joseph, 77 Fulham Road, London SW3, enquiries 0171 590 6200
Purple leather slash-neck dress, pounds 400, by Versus, from Versace Jeans Couture, 113-115 New Bond Street, London W1, enquiries 0171 355 2700, or Versace, The Italian Centre, 162 Ingram Street, Glasgow, 0141 552 6510; metal lace choker, pounds 209, by Lesley Vik-Waddell, from Erickson Beamon, 38 Elizabeth Street, London SW3, 0171 259 0202
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARTIN CROOK
STYLING BY HOLLY WOOD
HAIR: ALEXIS ROCHE USING AVEDA AT PUBLIC
MAKE-UP: MICHELLE MARSH USING CLINIQUE AT PUBLIC
MODEL: MADELEINE AT SELECT
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