Zooey Deschanel in a Eugenia Kim turban. Styled by Lawren Howell and photographed by Sebastian Kim.
I don't know if anyone can remember a time before Zooey Deschanel was, well... everywhere. Whether you heard her band She & Him on the airwaves or tuned into New Girl (and maybe while you're at it, even saw her during a commercial break in an ad for Cotton, Rimmel or Pantene), the allure of Zooey Deschanel, love her or hate her, runs strong. I personally loved her best as the Simon and Garfunkel-loving sister of Patrick Fugit in Almost Famous and the sardonic Retail Rodeo employee in The Good Girl.
She graces the cover of not only the February issue of Elle magazine, but also Lucky magazine, where she is styled in looks that suit her best -- something a little sweet and a little vintagey, with a touch of Old Hollywood glamour. This April, her fashion collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger launches at Macy's and includes looks inspired by 1960s London and icons like Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton. What doesn't Zooey Deschanel do these days? Given her track record, I feel I could be posing the question too soon.