There is something so irresistible about someone like Elizabeth, who does not consider herself a “fashionable” person, and clearly isn’t one in the classic overly conscious sense, but is so naturally stylish. To me, she gives the most subtle clothes a seductive charm in the way that the iconic siblings Charlotte Gainsbourg and Lou Doillon do. I kept thinking during the shoot that Elizabeth reminds me of the sister’s legendary mother, Jane Birkin, and the beauty of Elizabeth is that she probably doesn’t know who any of these French style royalty are. Elizabeth’s red accents, simple tie of a silk scarf at the neck with a breton shirt, velvet leggings and Repetto dance shoes and the ’50s floral dress with floppy straw hat, white opaque tights, black lace gloves and classic pumps is understated and graceful in that way that suggests that she’s barely even trying. Sometimes it’s just glowing skin, big eyes, bangs, a raspy voice with a hint of Texan and good energy that makes another hippie dress the one you want to own. Elizabeth told me that she had no idea why SLU would want to feature her, which is exactly why we do.