For most people, age 14 isn't the most glamorous—braces are common, puberty is raging, and hair, generally, has looked better. Willow Smith, as we know very well, isn't like most 14-year-olds, though, and her spread for CR Fashion Book underlines just how beyond a typical teenager she is.
In the interview, she describes her style as constantly evolving and, right now, "a bit more messy, kind of grungy." She looks anything but in this shoot, though. Like, this is straight up g-l-a-m.
Here, for instance, she poses in Rodarte and Chanel, among other things. The focus of the shoot is the jewelry, all of which was designed by Lisa Eisner. (P.S. Seriously alllllll about that mismatching earrings look. Welcome back into my life, earrings without partners.)
Willow also shows us just how good an anklet can look these days, especially when it's paired with a peacock feather print dress from Saint Laurent.
As if there was any doubt that Willow would be able to pull off a studded ear cuff like NBD, she proves just how easy it is to make one #WERK alongside layers on layers of turquoise beads. And, since she can already check "Put All Other Teenagers To Shame" off of her to-do list, her 2015 goals include a new 'do. She tells CR, "I just want to have dreads. I want to embrace my full self, as natural as I can be."
Amen, Willow. Amen.