Rodarte’s Mulleavy Sisters Curate Magazine Featuring Elle Fanning and Kirsten Dunst

Fashion / December 21, 2011

Rodarte's Mulleavy Sisters Curate Magazine Featuring Elle Fanning and Kirsten Dunst

Courtesy Photo. Elle Fanning photographed by Bill Owens in the Rodarte S/S 2012 Couture Collection.

New York Fashion Week is only week two months away, and not only have the Mulleavy sisters designed a Florence inspired collection for their LACMA exhibit, but they have also managed to find time to curate a magazine titled,  A Magazine Curated By Rodarte.

The biannual Belgian publication  A Magazine series, which in the past featured Proenza Schouler, Riccardo Tisci and Giambattista Valli, invites guest designers to develop content that will express the designer’s aesthetic and working process—creating a magazine that is very personal, no less in this Rodarte edition.

Like their many designs, this 200-page issue is inspired by their home in California and features numerous art, photography, personal stories, and fashion editorials.

Naturally, the magazine would feature Rodarte celebrity fans Elle Fanning and Kirsten Dunst modeling the hand-stitched knits and flowy, feminine wears in the most doleful manner in a Cali inspired home as the backdrop.

The magazine is already available in stores, and in January limited edition issues signed by the sisters will be for sale in J Crew stores.

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Natalia Sieukaran
Natalia Sieukaran




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