Behind-the-scenes of our eccentric fashion shoot: Photo #1
The Setting Our two-day fashion shoot took place at the magical home of Nancy Phillips. In the mid ’70s, the Toronto philanthropist, writer and artist purchased a dismantled vintage carousel and brought it back to life in her backyard. READ MORE: Why is eccentricity a major trend this season? Has fashion lost its marbles?
Behind-the-scenes of our eccentric fashion shoot: Photo #2
The setting Nancy’s salons were legendary for their guest lists and their banter. When she was having a party, she always put a scarf around the neck of the two stone dog statues located beside her carousel. READ MORE: How to tie an Hermes scarf
Behind-the-scenes of our eccentric fashion shoot: Photo #3
The setting This Georgian-style home—with its exquisite symmetrical design and classic lines— was the perfect counterpoint to a fashion story dedicated to breaking all the rules. READ MORE: 11 eccentric fashion pieces to add to your wardrobe this fall