[Wildfox goes Clueless]

In 1995, our world changed forever when we were introduced to three strong-willed, perfectly
dressed, slightly stupid Beverly Hills babes named Cher, Tai, and Dionne. The director, Amy Heckerling created a bold new take on the modern girl amidst the sea of grunge that filled the 90s. Everything about the “Clueless” world captured a generation of girls who wanted it all… little changed there then.

Wildfox’s Spring 2013 collection pays tribute to Heckerling, capturing the spirit of “Clueless” and their iconic leading ladies.

Possibly the coolest campaign I’ve seen in a long time. The collection is all about the tees that start conversations, jumpers you can wear all day every day, and clothes that you can just throw on and look amazing in. My kind of style.
Photos by Mark Hunter

Photo edit by Kimberley Gordon

Make up by Carlene K

Hair by  Anna Lee Fiorino and Tyron Dupre

NAIL SWAG nails by Natalie Nichole

Styling by  Kimberley Gordon, Meredith Leyerzaph & Emily Siegs

Executive Producer  Jimmy Sommers

 

Starring

Olivia Greenfield
Fatima Siad
Tanya Katysheva

 

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