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wardrobe changes- styled by bunny

bunny divides her time between the beacon's buying counter and our homepage shoots where she either styles or models. her take on fashion is offbeat, eclectic and all her own. 

 

photographer/stylist: bunny lampert

model: alexandra eastburn

 


whose art are we seeing in the photographs?

alexandra eastburn. she has an art show that just opened. she’s a friend of mine from when i lived in memphis. they’re these long drawings, kind of like egyptian scrolls. i used to take photos of her in her house, when we lived in memphis, drawing and showing me her collages, and it was just a really great moment, and a great way to document someone’s work. the last time i shot her she was in her own clothes, but i thought how great to do something again where i styled her to to go with what was going on in the drawings.

 


every time i see you, you’re in this totally off-the-wall creation. what’s your process? are you conjuring some sort of historical figure or something? or are you less intentional than that, more spontaneous?

it’s definitely based off my mood. i’m really moody and i wouldn’t want to define it like that, it’s just how i feel, how i need to protect myself during the day, cover my body or not cover my body. how i want to be out in the world at that moment and its totally based off of emotionally what’s happening inside me-especially the coverage. and the pairing of things together that makes me feel comfortable. when you leave your apt in the morning and you live in new york, you don’t go back to your apartment until much later, so you bring with you what you want and need to make yourself ok. i think about how long i’m going to be able to deal with my outfit, how i’m going to be able to change it throughout the day...i think about that.

in the past when i lived in l.a. i kept a ton of clothes in my car and i would change constantly. your car is also very much like your protection. i’ve been famous for having wardrobe changes my entire life, especially when i was a kid too.

what’s your favorite item in your closet?

i would say these 1940’s snakeskin open-toe platform shoes. they almost look 70s...or maybe 40s glam, groupie-looking shoes.

do you have your geriatric look planned out yet? like, your retiree look?

i’m going to be really, really, really slutty.


166 mott presents alexandra eastburn’s your little garden is shuddering through november 28.

alexandraeastburn.com

 

 find these clear vintage heels and polka dot jacket on our online store today.



apart from being a buyer, bunny is a jewelry designer, art director and stylist with a background in photography and experimental film. she is currently working as a wardrobe assistant on an opera called the humans, which is showing at brooklyn academy of arts

 

instagram at bunnix



 

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