Dressed in tom-boyish, punk rock-inspired ensembles, Valade brings out her angry side in intimidating androgynous looks. The streetwear is a mix of leather, stripes and skulls from the likes of Prada, Balenciaga and others. The Aymeline Valadde Interview Magazine shoot is definitely super hot.
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