Frida Aasen dons her grungiest apparel to hang around the track in Russh Magazine's January 2014 issue.
Stylist Heather-Mary Jackson picked out retro, race car-inspired garb from designers such as Karen Walker, Stella McCartney, Clavin Klein and Pamela Love. Conrad Dornan styled Aasen's blonde locks in a half-braided, tousled 'do, while her kohl-rimmed eyes and pink lips were courtesy of Tracy Alfajora. Finally, Hugh Lippe photographed the beauty as a trouble-making rebel.
Aasen, armed with her badass new look, stalks around with attitude and staunch confidence. The blonde-haired, blue-eyed Norwegian model easily slips into the role of grungy, teenage street-racer, living the dream. Posing as a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, Aasen's character in this editorial is probably not someone you'd bring home to meet your folks.
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