It-model Arizona Muse graces one of i-D's eight covers (others include Andrej Pejic, Julia-Restoin Roitfeld and Raf Simons) for their "Lights Camera Action" issue. In what we imagine is a bit of a nod to her first name, the magazine and photographer Kayt Jones went with a southwestern theme for the cover shoot, which involves rugged overalls with nothing underneath, bolo ties, shawls, braids with feathers and Native American jewlery. Even better than the cover, though, is the truly bizarre short film they shot to go along with it, in which she rides a horse in slow motion while wearing a t-shirt with everything below the armpit cut off, all while reciting a passage from The Outcast of Poker Flat by Francis Bert Harte. Thankfully, she's not going very fast. But still. Watch below (slightly NSFW).
Trendspotting: Arizona Muse as Muse
Arizona Muse is without a doubt the model to beat. She burst onto the scene during the Spring 2011 season, with her only visible credit being an Urban Outfitters online model, and has yet to slow down. Dazed and Confused dedicated an entire issue to her, which means that she's in the popularity realm of Agyness Deyn circa 2008 when i-D identified the pixie hair model as an icon.