Mariel Hemingway and Langley Fox Hemingway
At Mariel’s carefree Los Angeles ranch
Hemingway. The name is as synonymous with iconic American literature and dynasty as Kennedy is with politics. Carved by the infamous Nobel Prize-laureate novelist and writer Ernest Hemingway, this history of talent and genius fostered the creative minds of generations – including his own issue, granddaughter Mariel and great-granddaughter Langley. Model turned award-nominated actress, Mariel continues to find success through personal growth and exploration, encouraging Langley to do the same as she rises through the fashion industry ranks, both as illustrator and model, and together exuding that unique California cool. The mother and daughter with an enduring bond, and genuine closeness that could only have been formed under the curiosity of a nation, find harmony in the solace of nature as a respite from frenzied life. Growing up, Mariel thrived in the serenity of the outdoors in her time at the family compound in Sun Valley, Idaho – something she passed down to Langley and is echoed at the family’s Los Angeles ranch.