The Harper’s Bazaar Korea 'Falling in Fall' cover shoot is filled with an eclectic range of androgynous looks that go from extremely masculine to subtly feminine. Shot on location at a desert motel, model Milou van Groesen channels her inner tough chic for an editorial that is full of languid edginess.
Lensed by Japanese photographer Nagi Sakai, the Harper’s Bazaar Korea 'Falling in Fall' cover shoot stars model Milou van Groesen. Appearing in the October 2012 issue of the magazine, the Dutch beauty was outfitted in a wardrobe exclusively filled with pickings from the Giorgio Armani’s fall collection. Luxurious and glamorous despite the manly undertone, the looks were perfected with a disheveled short coif by hairstylist Adrian Clark and understated beauty by makeup artist Hong Hyun Jeong.
Eclectic Androgynous Fashion
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