Grunge goes floral in the ‘Wild for the Night’ editorial for Twin Magazine’s SS 2014 issue. Model Meghan Collison is joined by Sylvester Ulv Henriksen and Valters Medenis to model fresh, floral looks fit for the changing seasons. However, this appears to be new territory for Collison, who doesn’t look completely comfortable in her feminine duds.
Fashion Editor Celestine Cooney was responsible for the bright, floral-motifed looks. Meanwhile, hair stylist James Rowe and makeup artist Lucy Burt collaborated on a darker, grungier beauty look that’s more in-tune with Collison’s sullen expression. Overall, Collison looks like a reformed tomboy who’s not entirely convinced about her girlish transformation. Relics of her tomboy past are evidenced in some shots, with one image featuring a floral dress paired with sneakers.
Photographer Nick Dorey captured Collison’s transition to a more feminine womanhood for the Twin Magazine SS 2014 issue.
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