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EUGENIE GREY OF FERAL CREATURE IN “FERAL CREATURE” PHOTOGRAPHED BY RANDY TRAN, STYLING BY JAMIE LUONG, HAIR BY ALEX THAO, MAKEUP BY ARCHANGELA CHESELA, PHOTO ASSISTANT AZUSA TAKANO

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by CYRIELLE BEAUGEOIS

“JUNGLE FEVER”

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“FERAL CREATURE”

“EMMA HOLLAND DENVIR”

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“AGAINST THE GRAIN”

“KNOW YOUR BLOGGERS”

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by SAMANTHA WOLOV

by JEN PALMER

“PAINTED JEWLRY”

“THE LONELY HEART OF A WARRIOR”

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by VERONICA FORMOS

by ANDREW FEARMAN

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“A FOREIGN FRONTIER”

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Greetings! Well here we are, onto ISSUE 02. The first one was good, but this one, we promise you it will be better. Our team has been working really hard to provide you with great content. We are excited to have Eugenie Grey of Feral Creature on our cover, and featured within the pages of Facade. We want to sincerely thank her, and all of our contributors for being a part of our publication, and we hope you love it as much as we do. Feel free to tell us what you think, on either our facebook page, or follow us on instagram! We love you all, and hope you keep coming back for more! instagram: @facademagazine facebook: http://facacebook.com/facademag Maee & Randy

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CONTRIBUTORS editor-in-chief MAEE KROFT

co-editor/designer RANDY TRAN

writers

JULIAN FABRIGAS

contributing photographers SAMANTHA WOLOV VERONICA FORMOS ALECIA LINDSAY CYRIELLE BEAUGEOIS RANDY TRAN SCOTT BRASHER JEN PALMER ANDREW FEARMAN

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EUGENIE GREY EMMA HOLLAND DENVIR ASHER JENSEN SAMANTHA MARIKO

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emma holland denvir BY JULIAN FABRIGAS

For anyone in love with design, it’s often a dream to have a line of one’s own. The thought to have one’s name branded on the articles that others lust after is a fairy tale fantasy for any creator; It is a legacy that creative souls wish to leave behind. However sometimes it goes beyond leaving behind a story, and instead, providing something presently quintessential in lieu of that. Emma Holland Denvir did just this with her self-titled brand consisting of fine jewelries and architecturally structured furniture which live so eloquently in the now. Hovering between classical and contemporary, each of her pieces are uniquely forged telling a progressive story of her creative evolution. Her works are hand-crafted with attention to meticulously minute detail while maintaining an organic and endearingly romantic charm. To Emma, it’s not about hashing out piece after piece, but rather materializing concepts into tangible form for truly intimate works of art. Having only picked up her first drill in a woodshop class back in 2010, Emma has established her unique style balancing timeless fashion with modern brilliance in short time. She now works in Los Angeles after moving from Washington D.C., continuing to embellish traditional style cues for our modern city-going lifestyle.

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FEATURE If you had to come up with a mission statement, what do you think your mission statement/brand philosophy would be?

Emma Holland Denvir is lifestyle brand that focuses on furniture design, jewelry, sculpture, accessories, and interior design through the eyes of a detail focused and quirky person. Emma balances architectural inspirations with the organic in all of her designs, creating unique modern staples.

What led to the utilization of wood scraps as the primary source of jewelry design?

I was hoarding all of my scrap wood from 1” pieces to two foot pieces. I have always loved jewelry, particularly chunky statement pieces. One day after working with and hoarding wood for about two years, I had the idea to find a drill bit I thought would be similar in size to my ring size. I took a huge drill bit and went for it. My first rings were huge, bulky sculptures that you could wear on your finger.

Can you recall to the very first time you did woodshop? How did that feel like?

The first time I worked in a woodshop was 5 years ago in June 2010. after graduating from college. The third project in Foon Sham’s 3D Design class was a wood project. I designed and created my first wood sculpture, “To Provide Relief,” which is still one of my favorite pieces. Working in the wood shop felt amazing and I was completely addicted. I started pulling all nighters working on these projects, something I had refused to do in college with my liberal arts courses. Before that summer I had never even used a drill, but I couldn’t step away from the bandsaw.

Aside from jewelry, you also work on furniture. Can you explain to us the creative process of traversing between the two different mediums of design. Or do they share a lot of similarities? Furniture and jewelry share a lot of similarities. In both, I try and reach a balance of geometric shapes and the organic form, resulting in a clean and minimal design. Both mediums draw inspiration from mid century modern architecture and furniture, the Bauhaus Movement, and bridges. The most different in my fields of woodworking is my sculptural pieces. These are much more organic and human and animal inspired, rather than man-made inspired.

How would you describe the experience of woodshop in comparison to traditional architecture? Do the two come hand in hand?

I LOVED and still do LOVE working in the woodshop. I took pre architecture courses in the fall of 2010 while taking an advanced sculpture course and learning to weld. I weeded myself right out of those architecture courses, dropping all after the first test and fully immersed myself in the studio courses. I had always thought I wanted to be an architect because I have always been obsessed with modern architecture and bridges and built dozens of houses as a child out of all of our cardboard boxes. I don’t have the type of patience required in architecture, however, I need an immediate result. I love the immediacy of woodworking. Yesterday I designed, prototyped, and manufactured wood knuckles with brass inlays, all in a couple of hours.

What are certain aspects that make your accessories special and unique?

My accessories are special and stand apart because each is approached as a unique piece of art. My furniture are all designed as one-offs and take inspiration from various fields and I meld them into one contemporary piece of furniture. I treat my jewelry and accessories all as sculptures or pieces of furniture. I never think about how things will be manufactured, that comes at the end.

What are some of the most favorite designs you have worked on and why?

My first commissioned piece, “To Honor of The Bauhaus,” is one of my favorite pieces of furniture. Before this piece, I had designed whatever I wanted, treating furniture more as art. With this commission I started to learn how to involve a client and balance what they wanted and needed from a piece of furniture and what my vision was. Origami Cranes is my favorite sculpture, for me it is the most mature piece of art I have made. I was truly starting to understand how different materials could work together and complement each other. I also for the first time saw my direct line of thought in the design of it. Before I would just create sculptures out of forms I was imagining. Here, I finally saw the direct links that lead to the concept. My favorite piece of jewelry so far are my bangles. They can stand on their own as sculptures or objects and then take on a new life when you wear them.

How has social media contributed to the growth of your brand name?

Social Media has definitely helped with the quick internet presence my brand has gained [still small, but moving fast]. I’ve particularly enjoyed instagram, as my pieces are all taken in visually. It’s fun and it is a quick way to meet people. I’ve met my photographer through instagram and my furniture stylist, among many other cool people and just people that love what I am doing, which is really awesome.

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You have a lot to thank for your mentor. What was the most influential piece of advice you received from him?

Foon Sham introduced me to woodworking. He is an extremely talented wood sculptor and an amazing teacher. As I mentioned, I had never used a drill before fortunately finding his class in the summer of 2010 at University of Maryland. Foon was as surprised as I was when I took to woodworking so quickly. I was fresh of the boat of graduation at Georgetown, and I was not expecting to become a shop rat. My intent was to build a portfolio for industrial design, but quickly learned that was not what I was interested in. Foon helped me hone my designs and keep them simple and clean. He took me hardwood wood shopping for the first time. He also says killer quotes to me, like, “Emma, you not like normal girl, you like bull.” He has also worn a fanny-pack carrying the same woodworking essentials for 30 years – endlessly impressive. He changed my life that summer, and we have had a very close relationship since.

Beforehand, what was the original direction you were going after college? What was the prominent factor contributing to the big decision to pursue design in wood?

found a medium I truly loved. After seeing a project of mine where I designed candy boxes, my oldest brother Dan suggested I look into industrial design. I basically said, “whatever,” as I was his sassy little sister in college and I didn’t care what he said or thought! Fortunately I snapped to, and googled it a year later and started researching grad schools and how to get there. That summer I found Foon’s class and started to create my portfolio which I developed for the next two years under his guidance.

Every piece of design has a story behind it. What stories inspire the elegant shapes of your work?

Bridges and the armature of buildings as seen in construction are the most central inspiration in all of my designs, across all platforms. I love process, that is my favorite part about designing. Bridges are such an insane example of infrastructure and I find them endlessly fascinating. Underpasses are amazing, especially hot spots like the 110 North on the way home from the airport or where the 2 and the 210 intersect. Again, the minimalism of the Bauhaus Movement and mid century modern design are always in my thoughts.

At college I studied art history. I thought I wanted to be a gallery girl and become a curator. I had always been artistic but had never

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Five years from now, where do you find yourself to be in terms of design language and success? In five years I plan on my designs maintaining their elegance and understated boldness. I plan on continuing to explore and experiment more and more, as I do now. I plan on continuing to mature and learn new skills and techniques which will influence my designs. I love collaborating and I have a list of people I would absolutely love to collaborate with. I hope to knock some of those names off of my list within the next five years. Be sure to follow her on instagram: @emmahollanddenvir


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ONE TURN KILL KNOW YOUR BLOGGERS:

FROM Farmington, Utah BASED Los Angeles, California DESCRIBE YOUR FASHION STYLE

It’s very eclectic. It matters more how something fits and how it’s going to wear than who makes it. I end up with a lot of vintage, as most clothing was made with much better care before I was born, but I throw in a few higher end items and small, quality focused brands as well. I like to feel good in my clothing and every day that means something different. One day I feel great in bright colors, the next I can only see black (in no reference to my mood). Ultimately I just want to know that I can do lunges in the middle of the grocery store and nothing will fall apart.

WHAT DOES YOUR DAY CONSIST OF?

In the morning it’s all about catching up on social media and checking emails. Midday I am usually creating content for the blog, meeting with people about collaborations, shooting, etc. Towards the evening hours I am usually wrapping anything up that didn’t get finished and planning for the next day. This is all subject to be completely wiped off the table if I can go to the beach.

TALK ABOUT ONE OF YOUR TREASURE PROJECTS

Definitely a continued collaboration with Valas Los Angeles. They make impeccable shoes and bags with so much attention to detail. Every collection they put out is awe-inspiring to me, their product is just different and you can feel it when you wear it. I love being able to share them with my readers, I literally get giddy over styling their stuff.

HOW DID BLOGGING COME ABOUT?

Blogging was kind of an accident. I actually hated writing growing up, but people always loved reading my school papers and things, which I found totally odd. After basically being forced to blog for SEO reasons for various online shops, I realized I might actually like writing if I were writing about something I cared about. I up and quit my job and went fulltime blog writer on my own ass, who knew?

WHERE DO YOU DRAW YOUR FASHION INSPIRATION?

I am constantly asked this question and every time I try to think of a different answer, but it always ends up the same. Older women, think 60s or 70s, who have their own eclectic fashion sense are the most inspirational beings out there. Somehow they always end up being on trend, partly because everything makes its way back around, but mostly because their confidence level makes what they are wearing relevant.

WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVORITE PIECES? I have a sheer, black vintage dress with opaque detailing that will always be with me. It’s coming apart at the seams but I am having it fixed. I literally feel like I can do anything when wearing it. After that, I love a good body suit. (Bonus points if it’s vintage and doesn’t don shoulder pads.)

ANY TIPS/ADVICE TO ANYONE WHO WANTS TO START BLOGGING?

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Consistency is key.

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A H T N A M A S MARIKO FROM Orange County (Huntington Beach), CA

BASED Tokyo, Japan

DESCRIBE YOUR FASHION STYLE

It’s difficult to describe in just one word, but I do love a laid-back style that is reminiscent of California, with a touch of edge.I love incorporating California and Tokyo in my style.

WHAT DOES YOUR DAY CONSIST OF?

In the morning I start off by washing my face and prepping my skin for when I apply my makeup. I eat a light breakfast while watching the news, and after clearing the dishes, I do my makeup, pick out my outfit, and make sure I have everything I need before I leave the house. I always commute by train in Japan to get to Tokyo - a lot of my jobs require me to be in the city. The transportation system is very reliable for a busy girl like me.

TALK ABOUT ONE OF YOUR TREASURE PROJECTS

This is a huge, ongoing project, but my blog is probably something I will treasure for a lifetime. I’ve learned so much from blogging, and have met so many great people through this platform. It has truly changed my life in more ways than one.

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HOW DID BLOGGING COME ABOUT?

I was introduced to Fashion Toast when I was college, and I thought it was one of the coolest things ever. With the help of my then-boyfriend, I started my blog as “Letters Impromptu,” which is now “Samantha Mariko.”

WHERE DO YOU DRAW YOUR FASHION INSPIRATION?

It’s a mixture of many things, mainly other blogs, Instagram, magazines, and most recently, the people I met at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tokyo. And my stylish friends )

WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVORITE PIECES?

Right now, I love my boyfriend denim and this gray & black gradation scarf I received from Comptoir des Cotonniers.

ANY TIPS/ADVICE TO ANYONE WHO WANTS TO START BLOGGING?

Blogging is a very rewarding experience, but also a lot of work that only a blogger will understand - patience and hard work are the keys to success! Good luck!


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photographer & stylist SAMANTHA WOLOV, make up JILL MLYNCZYK hair ERYK BRIAN model BRIANNA OLENSLAGER @ SCOUT MODEL AGENCY wardrobe assistant KATELYN JOHNSON

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top by CUSHNIE ET OCHS, earrings by DANNIJO, ring by MALENE BIRGER

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bodysuit by WOLFORD, necklace by ALEXIS BITTAR, crystal ring by KENNETH JAY LANE, black ring byYSL

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slip by SPANX, necklaces by OSCAR DE LA RENTA, DANNIJO, bracelet (worn on hand) by BEN AMUN

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top and skirt by MARNI, necklace by BEN AMUN, ear cuff by RYAN STORER, earring by DANNIJO

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bustier by KIKI DE MONTPARNASSE, ring by ALEXANDER MCQUEEN, bracelet by MICHAEL KORS, earring and ear cuff by RYAN STORER

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top by CUSHNIE ET OCHS, earrings by DANNIJO, ring by MALENE BIRGER

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photographer VERONICA FORMOS styling GIAN CARLO UMAHON hair & make up PAULA LANZADOR model ASHLEY @ WILHELMINA MODELS

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coat and sweater by CLUB MONACO, trousers by EVAN CLAYTON, belt by BURBERRY LONDON, shoes by VANS

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coat is VINTAGE, pants by H&M

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vest by CLUB MONACO, shirt by LANVIN FOR H&M, skirt ( sweater dress worn as a skirt) by H&M, shoes by CELINE

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shirt by STRELLSON, dress by H&M

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(inside) coat by CLUB MONACO, shoes by VANS

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jacket by BURBERRY PRORSUM, shirt by BURBERRY PRORSUM

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photographer ALECIA LINDSAY hair & makeup SHYN MIDILI model MEGAN BARKLEY @ TCM photo assistant LYNNSEY PHILLIPS

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photographer CYRIELLE BEAUGEOIS styling STEPHY RS make up SUEVA FOLTZER hair MAXIME HELLEC-MARCHE model VERONIKA @ OPTION MODEl jewelry by MARTINE BRUN

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jacket by ZARA, pants by ZARA, shirt by STEPHY RS

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photographer RANDY TRAN styling JAMIE LUONG make up ARCHANGELA CHELSEA hair ALEX THAO model EUGENIE GREY OF FERAL CREATURE photo assistant AZUSA TAKANO

Eugenie Grey’s (call her otherwise and you owe her a dollar) name has exponentially grown a ubiquitous presence in the social media realm. From her collaborations with Acura to Diesel to the recent Buzzfeed, she has grown to be one of the most highlighted figures on the internet within the past year. Her success is like a giant snowball growing consummately larger as her follower count continues to tick upward. From what originally started as a hobby to post outfit pictures on Instagram, has now evolved into a career that has her flying coast to coast on the weekends for various meetings with multitudes of companies. Working as a brand influencer, Eugenie’s blog, Feral Creature, adds the “human” element to the product she’s working with, whether it’s clothes or something more grandiose such as car company Acura. Utilizing social media, she plays the very important mediary between companies and consumers like us, showcasing a natural link to our everyday lives. Incorporating this human element requires a very special kind of courage and candor to bear your life in the eye of the public. As a blogger, that’s quite essentially your job to do so – showcase your life for everyone to see. Regardless of laying it all out for her viewers, Eugenie maintains a rigid integrity in her work that remains untainted by any harsh words of those who criticize her. Ultimately, Feral Creature continues to remain synonymous and deeply ingrained in the fashion world while still providing her readers a bit of everything else. From travel to beauty, and

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Considering the amount of times people What would you consider the most mispronounce your name, what’s a rough pivotal moment in your career thus far? I think going to the Spring/Summer ‘13 New York estimate of the dollars people owe you? Fashion Week opened my eyes to what I could achieve with I’d say around $317,592, and that’s just counting the number of times I heard it to my face. Pay up, guys.

my blog. I didn’t know blogging could be an actual career before that and it was so enriching being around creative professionals who were making awesome stuff happen through their blogs.

SO YOU’RE ALWAYS ON TOP OF YOUR GAME CONSTANTLY FORECASTING TRENDS; WHAT’S YOUR SECRET FORMULA FOR COMING UP WITH Your success almost seems to grow on its LOOKS? I try to look different, not only from others, but also own since the previous year. ­What would from what I wore the previous day. I just combine that with you say played the key catalyst to this? not being afraid to try something new, but also not being

I think being an early adopter of Blogger and Instagram in general was my main push. I got to figure out the ins and outs of these platforms and watch how trends grew before anyone else did. Instagram’s inception was not only the birth of possibly my biggest channel, but also the key indicator that my blog would transition from text-heavy to photo-heavy content.

afraid of putting new twists on classics. That’s how my typical outfit is born.

A lot of people think you have this super intimidating vibe considering your Instagram stardom. Do you consider would you consider the most pivotyourself as intimidating? How does it feel What moment in your career thus far? whenever fans come up to you in public? al I think going to the Spring/Summer ‘13 New York

I’m only intimidating because I don’t like smiling in photos. I’m actually a little awkward, pretty wacky, and very introverted. I love meeting my readers in real life because it’s hard for them to put a real personality to my online presence just like it’s hard for me to put a face to their username, and meeting them bridges that gap. I deeply appreciate their support so it’s nice telling them that in person.

Fashion Week opened my eyes to what I could achieve with my blog. I didn’t know blogging could be an actual career before that and it was so enriching being around creative professionals who were making awesome stuff happen through their blogs.

Your success almost seems to grow on its own since the previous year. ­What would you say played the key catalyst to this?

I think being an early adopter of Blogger and Instagram in general was my main push. I got to figure out the ins and outs of these platforms and watch how trends grew before anyone else did. Instagram’s inception was not only the birth of possibly my biggest channel, but also the key indicator that my blog would transition from text-heavy to photo-heavy content.

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dress by KAYE MORALES, hand cuff by AMARILO

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top by BIANCA NERO, rings by AMARILO, HAATI CHAI, pants by BRI SEELEY

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coat by ESCADA, top & pants by LIME & VINE, choker by ARTELIER

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WHERE ARE SOME PLACES YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRAVEL TO NEXT AND WHY?

I would really love to go to Africa for humanitarian work, New Zealand to visit Mordor, and Santorini to witness the stunning juxtaposition of a stark white town against a blue sea and sky.

WHAT’S THE NEXT STEP FOR FERAL CREATURE? DO YOU SEE YOURSELF BLOGGING A FEW YEARS FROM NOW OR WOULD HAVE MOVED ON TO EVEN BIGGER THINGS? I feel like I’ll always blog, but it will eventually take a backseat to all the other things I want to do. As of now, I have two completely different short-term goals: to design my own gear and to start an animal non-profit.

In your journey who would you like to show thanks to the most and what are you most proud of?

I’d like to thank my mom, for not only instilling my fashion sense in me but also lessons on perseverance, drive, and ambition.

Garnering so much attention, it’s clear to come face with plenty of haters and internet trolls. How do you, personally, handle these type of situations?

It has become easier to ignore it. With every few hundred fans, you’ll garner one person who inexplicably hates you without knowing your character. I learned to accept that that negativity is just a reflection of who they are and not of me. It’s incredibly saddening to know that there are people out there who take genuine pleasure in trying to ruin a stranger’s day.

You often fly out for business trips and for events in your career. Where are some of the places you’ve been to? How would you describe the typical business trip overseas as a blogger?

I’ve been to places like Japan, Hong Kong, and Thailand for work. Those were cool. I’ve found myself traveling more within the States, however – specifically between Los Angeles and New York. I’m now bicoastally living between the two. I have to pinch myself sometimes because this has always been my dream, and now I’m living it. The typical business trip consists of a red-eye to the destination, work as soon as I land, and valiant attempts to get some leisure time in whenever I can. My days are usually full of meetings, photoshoots, and lots of working from home.

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jacket & dress by COMMES DE GARCON, shoes by NIKE

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vest & skirt by LIME & VINE, top by IMPERIAL, rings by AMARILO

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jacket by LADAKH, dress by HAZEL, harness by JAKIMAC

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photographed by SCOTT BRASHER

styling by CAROL DEELAY

hair TAKASHI TUTIC makeup YESICA TUTIC model YULIA @ APM

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jacket by Tokio 7, gloves by Hips & Curves

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dress by BAR III, shirt by AMERICAN APPAREL, vest by MADE FOR PEARL, plaid shirt by BRAVE SOUL, leggings by HIPS & CURVES, boots by MINI MARKET, cuffs by ROSENA SAMMI, necklace by ROSENA SAMMI

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sweater by MICHAEL KORS, shirt by BRAVE SOUL, VEST BY TRASH & VAUDEVILLE, necklace BY ALDO

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blouse by TRASH & VAUDEVILLE, pants by MADE FO PEARL, shoes by SCHUTZ, earrings by ROBERTA CHIARELLA

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fur coat by BOOHOO, skirt by RACHEL ROY, dress by TOKIO 7,

shoes by DR. MARTENS, rings by CYNTHIA RYBAKOFF

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dress by RACHEL ROY, sweater by TOKIOO 7, platform by CHRISTIAN SIRIANO, necklace & silver beaded necklace by ROSENA SAMMI

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dress by BAR III, belt by ALDO, collar by TRASH & VAUDEVILLE, shoes by FRYE

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WARRIOR photographer JEN PALMER stylists KAT FEDEROVA & MELANIE MCLAWS hair & makeup HEGGY GONZALEZ model BLAKE FOX @ NIYA MODEL MANAGEMENT

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dress by MARY RINO WITH LILYBRIDE DESIGNS, coat by JUST FEMALE, kimono by INSIGHT, ring by Vitaly

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coat by JUST FEMALE, robe w/sheer panels by STERLING BITSUE, bra by MARLIES DEKKERS, pants by SEE YOU MONDAY, rings by VITALY, earrings by KER-IJ, necklace by THE STOCKIST, headpiece by MELANIE MCLAWS

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dress by XCITE, cuffs by KESHA ROSE BY CHARLES ALBERT, ring by H&M, necklaces by H&M and KESHA ROSE BY CHARLES ALBERT

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bra by MARLIES DEKKERS, skirt by STERLING BITSUE, pants by JUMA, rings & bracelet by VITALY

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top by CALVIN

dress by JUST FEMALE, ring by VITALY, KLEIN shoes created by MELANIE MCLAWS

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dress by FUNKTIONAL, shoulder piece created by MELANIE MCLAWS, earrings by SARAH SAFAVI, ring by THE STOCKIST

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bralette by STERLING BITSUE, necklace by SARAH SAFAVI, earrings by MICHELLE STARBUCK DESIGNS, headpiece created by MELANIE MCLAWS, belt by H&M

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A FOREIGN FRONTIER

photographed by ANDREW FEARMAN

styling by IVANNA FONTANA

hair LINH NGUYEN makeup TENEILLE SORGIOVANNI model LUCY ROSS @ SCENE MODEL MANAGEMENT photo assistant ADRIAN PRICE

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dress by BARIANO

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dress by A.F VANDEVORST, shoes by TONY BIANCO

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body chain by BLISS LAU FROM BEHIND THE MONKEY

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dress by BARIANO, necklace by LUSTRE J FROM BEHIND THE MONKEY, CUFF BY MEZI TONY FROM BEHIND THE MONKEY, shoes by BIANCO

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top by ANGE LANG, skirt by STEPH AUDINO, necklace by ZODA FROM BEHIND THE MONKEY

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skirt by STEPH AUDINO, body chain by BLISS LAU FROM BEHIND THE MONKEY, cuffs by LUSTRE J FROM BEHIND THE MONKEY

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dress KIRRILY JOHNSTON, cuff by LUSTRE FROM BEHIND THE MONKEY, armbands by RUE STIIC FROM BEHIND THE MONKEY

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