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Edie Campbell by Poppy Waddilove

published on 2 November 2018

“The dress [Marc Jacobs A/W 18] was the kind of glamour that I would do, if I ever did glamour. It’s that bitchy 30s Berlin thing. What I’d wear to my extremely rich elderly husbands funeral. And what I’d wear if I were going to put cigarettes out on the arms of people who annoyed me.”

- Edie Campbell

“The dress [Marc Jacobs A/W 18] was the kind of glamour that I would do, if I ever did glamour. It’s that bitchy 30s Berlin thing. What I’d wear to my extremely rich elderly husbands funeral. And what I’d wear if I were going to put cigarettes out on the arms of people who annoyed me.”

Illustration: Poppy Waddilove
Runway Image from Marc Jacobs A/W 18
Model:
Edie Campbell
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