Both are in possession of personal styles so defined theyre almost intimidating. But for Vs Transformation Issue
, the two muses traded looks, and gave the magazine insight into their approaches to dressing.
For Harlech, its a distillation of qualities that were always there.
My personal style hasnt changed: its gotten stronger, more distilled, and less scattered. I moved on from deconstructing my school uniform via punk, to Tess of the dUrbervilles and the eponymous geisha, to an edge which I now recognize as Amanda.
Whereas Harlech cites a number of literary and fashion references, Guinness says that she cant bear to over think her outfits.
Its an instinct. I can go through a rack of clothes in a second and tell you what I will like and not like. What I like now hasnt changed from what I liked years ago, but the way I wear it must progress. I have physical reactions to things, as someone would a picture or an object. But the more you concentrate on something, the more it shows. I cant get dressed if I think about it too much. I dont dress for effect, and I think that it never works out when someone does.
Were not sure anyone really talks like that. It makes more sense to us when Harlech describes her current look as Black, light as a feather, romantic with a nervy edge, 18th-century widow. And Guinness? A work in progress. With veils.