DOWNTOWN’S GIRLS: Atlanta De Cadenet

by | Apr 15, 2014 | Fashion | 0 comments


Twenty-two-year old breakout model, DJ, blogger—and daughter of two ’90s icons—Atlanta de Cadenet Taylor is taking the fashion and cultural scenes by storm.

The DJ, model and socialite who is synonymous for chic style, amazing genes (her mother was’90s actress, model and former It-Girl and wild child Amanda de Cadenet, and her father, Duran Duran’s John Taylor) is now grabbing her own share of the spotlight.

The stunner has modeled for Net-a-Porter, appeared on the cover of Tatler, blogged about London Fashion Week for Elle and DJ’d at a celebrity-studded Topshop event. She has also been the face of fashion campaigns for Net-A-Porter and Forever 21 and collaborated with Frency luxury shoe and bag designer, Roger Vivier. She has also appeared in Teen Vogue and W.

Atlanta grew up in LA and was also influenced by her creative step-parents—Amanda’s second husband and Stokes guitarist, Nick Valensi; and Taylor’s second wife, Gela Nash-Taylor, who was the co-founder of the international fashion brands, Juicy Couture and Skaist Taylor.

She has become a prominent and recurrent fixture on influential fashion blogs and websites, thanks to her signature sense of style featuring vintage peasant dresses, high-waisted skirts and ankle boots.

Atlanta has moved to New York to focus on modeling and her DJ careers. Her feminine classic—meets music festival chic style is a perfect example of mixing and matching designer pieces with vintage and street-fashion. We can’t wait to see how this young star will develop in the days to come.

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-Paris Amaro 




Atlanta De Cadenet And Diana Vickers At London Fashion Week



Downtown Magazine