Jacquelyn Jablonski for Pop Magazine's Fall/Winter 2010 Issue

By: Alexander Riley - Published: Aug 26, 2010   Updated: Jun 8 2011 • References: thepop & forums.thefashionspot
British bi-annual fashion magazine POP sure knows how to deliver when it comes to unique concepts for photo shoots.

For POP magazine's Fall/Winter 2010 issue, they enlisted model Jacquelyn Jablonski with a bizarre photographic partner -- a wolf. Photographed by Sean & Seng, the effervescent brunette is donned in head-to-toe Valentino for an exceptionally appealing editorial outcome that makes for some animal-friendly photography.

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