(Not putting this in the "model look-alikes" for obvious reasons.)
For the longest time (years), I was like, "There's something rather _____ about Sora." It wasn't until the overt gender-fluidity of this editorial that I was finally like, "There's something ineffably Freja about her."
Am I crazy?
They don't exactly have the same street style (Freja in a uniform of fishnets is hard to imagine), and afaict Sora is straight as an arrow, but IMO there is very much a sultry androgyny (androgynous sultriness?) that they both share. I don't think it's the short hair + fringe both sometimes sport that's throwing me, either.
Kind of cheating there, but in some sense almost interchangeable?
Here, too (and yes, partly it's the styling, but the point remains that they chose to put *her* in a silhouette (and monochrome) more reminiscent of Rick Owens than everyone else's get-up):
And yes, Freja in a leather biker jacket is a cliché at this point, but (even with the fishnets, but maybe minus the lipcolor) it could just as well be her instead of Sora here?
If I'm indeed crazy and no one else sees it, carry on....
I love seeing her style the same piece different ways. Her style perfectly strikes such an amazing balance between classic/timeless and originality. Her outfits are so creative and such a breath of fresh air. I don’t think I’ve ever had a bigger crush on anyone. I adore the androgynous look and she kills it like no one else.
Baby So Ra looking cute. Her weight loss is pretty impressive TBH. Opinions about her current lifestyle and/or diet aside, I reckon her strength of will is something we can all collectively admire.
EDIT: Looks like there's a whole series that chronicled around her first season (?) in New York. She talks about food a lot even admitting that her Instagram was only for documenting her meals. Baby So Ra also went by the one meal a day rule which in her case was a lobster dinner and cheesecake for dessert.