Actor and model Jody Turner-Smith was with her husband, Joshua Jackson, at her COS fall collection in LA last night. The short-sleeved COS featured most of the gender-neutral fall proposals-wide-leg pants, textured sheerling, and cashmere sweaters তাই so we asked Jodi if she had ever borrowed from Joshua’s closet. “Oh, yes,” he said with a laugh. “Especially T-shirts. You know, he’s a guy – when he finds a hole in his shirt or something, he’ll keep wearing them. Mine.”
Jodie, who currently graces its cover Enjoy Brazil, Wore a oversized, vibrant blue sweatshirt and battle boots to the event. He mingled with a steady stream of friends at a small party in a bungalow in San Vicente, LA, including musician and actor Soko and activist and speaker Janaya Khan.
Jodi has made a name for herself with her bold outlook on red carpet fashion, she further told us that she is not in the mood to throw away whatever she can get in a busy morning.
“I’m a mom. Sometimes I get out of bed and I have to go fast and get something fast and I don’t have time to put clothes together,” she said. “Because what I wear is a lot about my feelings, you know?
Soko, who wore an exaggerated-collar shirt under a pair of COS trousers and a cashmere sweater, echoed the pair’s approach to dressing for special moments. “I haven’t been on stage in a long time, so I think the places I’m going to decorate now are fashion events and photo shoots.” [are] My kids favorite words together. She said, ‘Mom, can we be comfortable?’ Everything about me and Indigo is comfortable. So is our style. “
Later, we meet Janaya, who wore a shacket from Gucci Shed’s new COS collection. They reflect the joy of finding a garment that feels right for you and the misconception that activism and love of fashion are somehow mutually exclusive. “If we know that the focus of activism is a kind of joy, a pursuit of creative liberation, for everyone else in the world – then it is also our personal.”