There's something very real and kind of poignant about this spread. Fashion editorials are precision engineered to inspire an intentionally vague feeling of aspiration that can't be wholly fulfilled even if you possessed every single item in the shoot (but lord knows we'll try). Doesn't this look like the kind of girl you might actually spot in a museum? Even her clothes are suited to the occasion—cool, a little refined, but sensible for being on your feet for hours or sitting on the floor to sketch. I just finished an assignment which involved spending all day at the De Young, and this shoot really captures the lovely, quiet energy of having quality time by yourself in a museum, right down to the backpack and notebook. The vision this editorial presents is fully attainable, and it's oddly inspiring in a way that no space-monkey-fantasy-warrior-dripping-in-Balmain-and-glitter-makeup spread could ever attain.