Willow Smith's Latest Modelling Gig Is...

Stella McCartney launched her Fall 2016 collection at Amoeba Records in Los Angeles, with a whole bunch of cool guests.

... An artful sock campaign.
Imagery c/o Stance

Fresh off of Marc Jacobs' stunning Fall/Winter 2015 campaign, Willow Smith has landed yet another fashion campaign.  This time it's for Stance, the experimental sock brand who have previously worked with Rihanna and Big Sean.  Willow fronts their 'Miss Dazey' campaign - released today - in a bevy of live florals and knee-highs.  Stance also told us that Willow will be designing her first capsule collection for the 2016 Holiday season; this girl has had serious style cred for years, so we can't wait.

Willow has been landing more and more modelling gigs since she officially signed to The Society Management last summer - that's the same agency that represents Kendall Jenner, Adrianna Limia, and Andreja Pejic 

You can shop the 'Miss Dazey' collection at this link and view the entire campaign below.


WHO: Tia Elisabeth Glista, Editor in Chief at Couturesque magazine
WHERE: Toronto
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