Wonderland.

CORA CORRé

Quick-fire summer thrills with Westwood’s girl.

Top and skirt NOBODY’S CHILD, earrings LIZ MENDEZ VINTAGE

Suit VALI, bikini top SWIM BY TAY

Boasting a millennial Instagram following that tops a healthy 5k and parents with credentials cooler than your number one bae (they founded Agent Provocateur, in doing so making fluffy heels a thing way before you’d even discovered jelly shoes), Cora Corré is the kind of girl you wanna meet without even setting eyes on her.

Signed to Tess Management – alongside musical talent Cosima and modelling icon Karen Elson – Vivienne Westwood’s granddaughter knows a thing or two about striking a pose (David Bailey shot her before she’d even turned 18), so naturally we thought we’d interrupt a summer Beefa break for a quick Kodak moment and a breezy chat about summer summer summer time.

Jumpsuit THE GYPSET DIARY, earrings LIZ MENDEZ VINTAGE, boots GIVENCHY FROM LE STUDIO IBIZA

Best thing about Ibiza?

Sunset on the beach with a glass of rose.

Most memorable holiday ever?

Traveling through Central America for two months with my closest friends was an unforgettable experience.

Favourite ice cream flavour?

Hazelnut.

Last book you read?

Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky 

Iconic summer tune with cringe choreography you know all the moves to?

“Roses” by Outkast 

This summer I will…

Pass my driving test.
  
Away from modelling, you are…

Looking into starting my criminology course

Last Instagram account you followed?

@GurlsTalk
 

(LEFT) Top DANING LEOPARD, Jeans VINTAGE LEVI’S FROM LE STUDIO IBIZA
(RIGHT) Tracksuit PAROSH

(LEFT) Shirt LIZ MENDEZ VINTAGE
(RIGHT) Playsuit VALI, bangle and earrings LIZ MENDEZ VINTAGE, rings FERA

Photography
Marley Kate
Fashion
Charlotte Kennedy
Talent
Cora Corré @ Tess Management
Hair
Sarah Muhammad at Smack Ibiza and Fede D'Abate
Makeup
Corina Smith at Smack Ibiza using Bobbi Brown
CORA CORRé

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