The Juliana Forge Helmet Magazine #2 shoot was captured by Ned Rogers, a rapidly rising Australian photographer, and he does a fantastic job of giving Juliana several different looks to toy with, shooting her in many different positions that highlight her doe-eyed beauty and doll-like face.
Forge shows a special talent for versatility in this editorial, alternating between the innocent schoolgirl, demure debutante, and seductive Lolita with relative ease. In each picture, her mouth, often slightly agape, adds a healthy layer of sultry swagger to her aura.
The Ned Rogers shot, Juliana Forge starring issue of Helmet Magazine is available online now.
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