They say that happy hour is from four to six, but Meghan Collison is more interested in staying out from '8 Till Late' for the Harper's Bazaar Singapore July 2014 issue.
Fashion editor Kenneth Goh took his style cues from innovative pop star David Bowie when he dressed Collison in psychedelic graphics, animal print, androgynous structured silhouettes and shag fur. Bowie's just as well known for his striking visual presentation as he is for his music, so his influence is instantly recognizable.
The look was completed by makeup artist Allan Avendano, who applied a metallic eye shadow and slick red lip. Photographer Yu Tsai lensed the vivid editorial for the Harper's Bazaar Singapore July 2014 issue.
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