She is an American model and actress, and the most interesting fact about her is that her great-grandfather is the legendary author Ernest Hemingway. Her name is Dree Hemingway and we are obsessed with her personal style. Having the ‘less-is-more’ parole in mind, she creates minimal and utterly effortless combos, each of which very simple yet very interesting. She loves the casual tee and jeans combination, yet she opts for minimal dresses and classic suits for special occasions.
Being a daughter of the actress Mariel Hemingway and Stephen Crisman, she spent her childhood on the road, spending time on film sets in random areas of the world and making friends with the crew. However, it gave her a clear view of what she would like to become in the future.
“My parents have been my mentors and my role models. Once I decided I really wanted to be an actress, I also studied and looked up to the women in the old movies I grew up watching: Katharine Hepburn, Lauren Bacall, Grace Kelly and all of those other beautiful, strong stars of the big screen are what made me want to get into the business I’m in., she would say in an interview about the Zoe Report.
When it comes to modeling she would say: “I think you play a character every time you do a photo shoot. It’s just a shorter movie that’s unscripted. It’s about connecting with the camera and creating these images that have life in them somehow. Modeling has taught me how to have patience and really soak in every situation.”
Besides her carreer, we can’t stop drooling over her personal style choices.
Her vogue muses are, “ Aunt Margaux, Katharine Hepburn, Faye Dunaway and a lot of people on the streets, to be honest. The ’70s always inspire me. The only blog I look at regularly is my sister Langley’s blog. She’s an incredible artist and has a really great eye. Her blog is like you’re in this Tim Burton world.”
She describes her style as “I’ve always been a little androgynous: lady touches mixed with a masculine vibe. When it comes to my everyday look it’s more simple—like grays and an earthy palette. I’m very inspired by men’s style and how men put themselves together.”