Fashion: Honky-tonk woman
She likes a drink and isn't averse to passing out, scantily-clad, in hotel lifts. She wears superslick leather (preferably cream), slithers of chiffon (preferably loud), and, of course, wicked heels and cool shades (preferably indoors). She's a rock star's wife. And wouldn't you love to be her? Styling by Lou Winwood. Photographs by Valerie Philips
Saturday 15 May 1999
Above right silk halter top, pounds 245, by Moschino Mare, 28-29 Conduit Street, London W1, enquiries 0171-318 0500; sunglasses with diamante heart, pounds 120, by Chloe, from Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge, London SW1, 0171-235 5000; and Briggate, Leeds, 0113 204 8888
Zebra print ruffle dress, pounds 800, by Roberto Cavalli, as before; rhinestone bikini, pounds 135, by Moschino Mare, as before
Left leather jacket, pounds 1,200, boot-cut leather trousers, pounds 875, both by Alexander McQueen, from Joseph, 77 Fulham Road, London SW3, enquiries 0171-823 9500; scarf halter top, pounds 270, by Roberto Cavalli, as before
Below left chiffon print top, pounds 470, by Gucci, 18 Sloane Street, London SW1, enquiries 0171-235 6707; leather bikini bottoms, pounds 705 for set, by Gianni Versace, 34-36 Old Bond Street, London W1; The Versace Collection, The Italian Centre, 162 Ingram Street, Glasgow, enquiries 0171-499 1862; boots, pounds 385, by Gina, as before
Stylist's assistant Namalee Bolle
Make-up Angela Chung using Shiseido
Hair Sascha Breuer at Bladerunners
Model Natasha Alam-Pahlavi at IMG
Shot at The Montague On The Gardens Hotel, 15 Montague Street, London WC1, 0171-637 1001
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