Mansur Gavriel’s imagery is typically dreamy but to the point, letting the structural products shine, but now they’re putting a face on it, and it’s Hari Nef’s, according to their Instagram.
Background on Mansur Gaviel: designers Rachel Mansur and Floriana Gavriel created the four years young culty minimalist line, and it’s pricy, but darling. (The bags are known to be hard to get you know hardship for people with really real troubles.) Seeing how Hari Nef identifies as trans, and is an advocate for human rights is glorious, and seeing her celebrated for her stunning features in the highest of circles: also glorious. Because fashion is often doing like fashion do and perpetuating the idea that there are specific requisite bodies and body parts that define you and that you need this and that to access high fashion. Progress, just what we need to buy a bucket bag we don’t need for our phones.
But here’s Hari, successful model, actress, tweeter, wearing all of the things in a serenely beautiful ad. Smart move.