I was going to feature Agyness Deyn this week anyway, and then she fortuitously scored the cover of Harper’s Bazaar. (Agyness’s Bazaar cover is for subscribers only – newsstand copies feature a young television-based nonentity named Leighton Meester) Agyness is fashion’s most beloved It Girl, because she follows the long tradition of youthful cool girls from Jacquetta Wheeler all the way back to Edie Sedgwick and Twiggy. You know them – girls with short hair, long legs and huge smiles. Agyness is known for her neon-bright hair and her enormous joie de vivre. She’s like a waif without the angst. Agyness stands out becuase, unlike most other models she doesn’t present an image of impossible perfection. She’s more like a regular girl. She’s somebody a hip college girl would want to be, or have as a friend. Agyness has her own style and she has fun. She certainly one of the most relatable models we have. Many of the images of well-groomed glamour we see in fashion seem impersonal and bland, because the very young models themselves can’t relate to it. Agyness is the antithesis of that. She’s not too perfect, never too groomed and always charming.