If you are not familiar with Leigh Lezark already, you will definitely be unable to forget her after these pictures! This DJ and model is best known for her part in the New York City-based trio, the Misshapes. Made up of three DJs, The Misshapes dominated the New York City party scene for several years, throwing weekly events, and becoming well known for both their taste in music and fashion. Leigh has DJ’d and created compiliations for major fashion shoes including Chanel, Calvin Klein, L.A.M.B., Tory Burch, and more. Trademarking a chic and dark palette, Leigh’s monochromatic looks make her one to watch.
Check out some closeups below!
My favorite thing about her style is that she rarely veers from black. While not a style for everyone, Leigh makes this look her own! She often sticks to a long and lean, black-on-black ensemble though occasionally seen in white, grey, or a dash of purple. With porcelain skin and a midnight-black bob, her style is always sleek and put togther.
Here Leigh is caught in a few rare moments wearing a gorgeous fuscia! I love this color on her, it really shows off her glossy hair and pale skin!
Embracing the key trends of Spring 2011 and spurred mostly by Gucci’s Spring 2011 Ready To Wear show, this editorial for Harper’s Bazaar UK February 2011 really does rock our sense of color theory. Photographer Nobert Schoerner hits the spot in every photo!
Above, model Ruby Aldrige, sets the scene of sophisticated luxury in a satin Gucci jumpsuit.
Hot, on and off the runway, this Yves Saint Laurent gown is gravity defiant and out-of-this world cool.
In contrast with the blues and greens of the outside world, the interior life of this woman is wrapped in the warmth of Miu Miu and all shades of yellows, oranges, and reds.
Chloé is helplessly 70’s and should be presented as so. Here, I can barely tell that this was actually shot this year!
Who wouldn’t want to take a mid-day stretch in a chartreuse gown in a luxury house this beautiful?
Walks outside are made easy in this split Lanvin maxi dress! I wish!
I never thought I’d see a Dolce & Gabbanna mini dress used for a mid-day cool off… but then again why not?
In my favorite shot, a brilliant shade of blue and the exquisite cut out panels on the side of this gown are framed in parched desert browns.