As Vogue’s Nicole Phelps noted in her review, when Jeremy Scott decides on a concept, “he is 100 percent committed.” His Spring 2020 collection was inspired by Pablo Picasso and his muses, with models dressed in nods to his most famous paintings. Scott’s own muse, Grace Elizabeth, wore a strong-shouldered pink minidress with expressive, two-dimensional brushstrokes in the Cubist style of the Spanish painter. Before she got her hair slicked back with neon paint and hit the runway, though, the Florida native gave Vogue a peek into her Fashion Week routine.
Elizabeth started her morning with 15 minutes of meditation before prepping her skin, then carved out 45 minutes for a workout. Next, she took the trolley to her final Versace fitting and made a quick pit stop at her favorite Italian vegan restaurant, Soul Green.
Backstage at Moschino, Julien d’Ys dabbed paint on every model’s hair, choosing a bright pink for Elizabeth to match her look. Next up was rehearsal, where models practiced walking down the zigzagging runway through a gold picture frame, followed by first looks and the show itself. Here, watch Elizabeth’s entire journey from morning till night.
Director: Talia Collis
DP: John Fisher
Sound: Matteo Bennici
Editors: Sam Norton, Tim Beeston, Theo Rosenthal
Producer: James Graley
Originally Appeared on Vogue