Sometimes we tend forget that fashion can be fun… And then you meet Liberty Ross. Her eclectic closet and art collection is full of quirky Jeremy Scott prints, electric colours and vintage collectors items that one could only dream of. The London born-and-bred model/actress comes from a family of winners; after all, her brother is the Atticus Ross – one-part of the musical genius behind the soundtrack of The Social Network, the Oscar-winning film that inspired us to start The Coveteur. Ross’ regular collabs with Nick Knight and Mario Testino are just the beginning. Discovered at 14, Ross has had an impressive career appearing in the pages of Vogue US and UK, Harper’s Bazaar, Numero, Dazed and Confused and even gracing the cover of the now defunct (bless it’s soul!), The Face... two times. You may even recognize her striking looks from the campaigns of Burberry, Dior, Jil Sander and more recently, Solange Azagury-Patridge – a personal Cov-fave. And she’s no one trick pony! Ross made her big screen introduction this year in Madonna’s directorial debut, W.E. Starting to ring a bell now? As one of the industry’s most sought-after personalities, it’s easy to see how Ross is a favourite and friend to some of the best. When she’s not hanging with her pals – Christian Louboutin, Jeremy Scott and Tabitha Simmons, just to name a few – Ross is soaking up the killer Cali view from her claw foot tub, which overlooks the Hollywood hills. Cut the girl some slack, though. Being a mom to two with a blooming career ain’t easy, but Ross makes it look like a breeze in McQueen and MJ power suits, whimsical Scott-designed dresses and Louboutin-signed heels. It’s a good thing she’s got her equally stylish husband, film director Rupert Sanders by her side as her number one accessory.
Model; Actor. Los Angeles