Who was the first man to cover British Vogue?
While flipping through Freja Beha Erichsen's aptly titled "Colour Shock" spread shot by Josh Olins in August's British Vogue, we paused at the final image of Freja in a fluffy baby blue sweater. We knew that mohair sweater. Liv Tyler wore it Empire Records. Tyler's outfit in Empire Records--the cropped baby blue mohair sweater, the tiny plaid kilt, the docs, her long brown hair parted straight down the middle--was the coolest thing ever in 1995 when the cult flick came out. 15 years later we still think it's worthy of some fashion inspiration. So does British Vogue apparently. And Erin Wasson styled a shoot for Elle based on the movie last year. (Lauren's finds her mid-90s fashion inspiration in Mall Rats).
Model of every moment Freja Beha Erichsen covers the all-important September fashion Issue of British Vogue. The glossy just released the cover and Freja looks awesome in teal sequined Dolce & Gabbana. This is the first time since 2008 that someone other than Kate Moss, who just covered August and will cover American Vogue's September issue, has covered September. The cover and accompanying editorial (photos after the jump) were shot by Mario Testino and the latter also stars Arizona Muse, Freja's rumored other half. Alexandra Shulman says that the editorial "earns its place among Vogue classics."