Supermodel Doutzen Kroes takes the cover of WSJ Magazine‘s March 2014 Spring Fashion edition lensed by fashion photographer Josh Olins. For Easy Like Sunday Morning Dutch stunner was styled by Alastair McKimm in pieces from the likes of Chloé, Boss, Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, Roberto Cavalli, Proenza Schouler, Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane, Lanvin, Balamain, and Donna Karan. In charge of hair styling was Esther Langham with makeup by Sally Branka, and manicure by Michina Koide. Prop styling by Max Bellhouse Studio.
“I wanted to become a teacher like my mother, or a charity worker. But my mom says that when I was younger I told her, People are going to know me, so I guess I always had that idea. We didn’t have fashion magazines around the house, so I would see someone like Jennifer Lopez’s CD covers and think, I would love to have hair or makeup like that. I secretly sent my pictures to a modeling agency in Amsterdam, and they sent me to New York. I lived in an apartment for models in the Meatpacking District, which back then was a place filled with all sorts of people that you couldn’t even look in the eye. I wasn’t booking jobs, and I was very lonely.” – Doutzen said to WSJ Magazine about the beginnings of her career.
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WSJ. Magazine‘s Spring Fashion issue hits newsstands on Saturday, February 14