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As their long-in-the-making new indie-pop record, ‘Look Together,’ scores high praise from critics, Wild Moccasins frontman Cody Swann and frontwoman Zahira Gutierrez find their profiles rising. Renown looks good on them, as do this season’s edgiest and most eclectic looks. Photography by Jhane Hoang; Styling by Todd Ramos; Grooming by Tonya Riner

On Cody: Sweater and pants, both by Coach; watch, $3,475, by Tudor at Zadok Jewelers. Previous spread, on Zahira: top, $1,250, by Chloe, and pants, $395, by Alexander Wang, both at Saks Fifth Avenue; jacket, $395, by Michael Kors; earrings, $3,500, at Zadok Jewelers.
On Cody: Sweater and pants, both by Coach; watch, $3,475, by Tudor at Zadok Jewelers. Previous spread, on Zahira: top, $1,250, by Chloe, and pants, $395, by Alexander Wang, both at Saks Fifth Avenue; jacket, $395, by Michael Kors; earrings, $3,500, at Zadok Jewelers.

On Cody: Sweater and pants, both by Coach; watch, $3,475, by Tudor at Zadok Jewelers. Previous spread, on Zahira: top, $1,250, by Chloe, and pants, $395, by Alexander Wang, both at Saks Fifth Avenue; jacket, $395, by Michael Kors; earrings, $3,500, at Zadok Jewelers.
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