Cressida Bonas has added a quirky retro photoshoot to her fashion portfolio. Prince Harry’s former girlfriend channelled timeless British icon Twiggy in the editorial spread that is set to be featured in French magazine Jalouse’s October issue.
Dressed in 1960s attire the aspiring actress shows off her versatility in the pictures striking several different poses. Despite saying that she is "paralyzing shy" she looked comfortable in front of the camera sporting heavy eye make-up, unkempt hair and a bronzed complexion.
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Cressida channels icon Twiggy in the high fashion editorial spread. Photographs by Piczo.
Over the past few months the 26-year-old has been building up an impressive résumé in the fashion and entertainment industry. Earlier this year she featured on the front of Miss Vogue and modelled the latest collection from Mulberry.
In September and October she was seen attending London and Paris fashion week events, where she mixed with big fashion names such as Anna Wintour and Alexa Chung.
Cressida Bonas was styled by Helena Tejedor for the shoot
However, it is acting that the Leeds University graduate really wants to break into. She has landed herself a role in Doctor Thorne a drama put together by Julian Fellowes, the producer of Downton Abbey, and later this year is heading to America to start work on the movie The Bye Bye Man.
Cressida's modeling and acting career is taking off
A regular on the London party scene Cressida was seen at the fashionable Chiltern Firehouse on Wednesday evening accompanied by Prince Harry’s cousin, Princess Eugenie. She was joined by several famous faces included hotel heiress Nicky Hilton at the bash hosted by Harper’s Bazaar and contemporary art fair Frieze at the London club.
Wearing a high-necked blue shirt and high-waisted black trousers the fashionista arrived at the party after attending a reception at the American Ambassadors Residence earlier that night. Cressida was no doubt in her element at the party thrown for the new members of The Academy Of Motion Pictures Art and Sciences.