STYLE ICON: Lauren Hutton

April 22, 2013

Lauren Hutton has long been a muse for the art and style world. Despite, being advised many times to subscribe to the ideals of the modelling industry, and cosmetically fill the gap in her front teeth; Hutton made the choice to keep her 'imperfection', and as a result filled a niche in the modelling industry that more ethereal looking models couldn't. In her heyday Hutton was known as the "fresh American face of fashion", and today, nearing 70 years old, continues to stand as a beacon of raw beauty, sophistication, and joie de vivre. Here is a collection of photos that span her career, each managing to capture her remarkable personal style and flair.





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