This Vogue Paris August 2013 Spread is Both Good and Punk

By: Sarah St.Jules - Published: • References: vogue & rdujour
The clash between a metaphorical good and evil has always been present in society, and this Vogue Paris August editorial explores both sides.

Entitled 'God Save the Queen,' this spread pairs both the royalty side and the punk-rocker side of that saying. The punk band The Sex Pistols became incredibly famous over their song 'God Save the Queen,' and their inspiration is apparent in this shoot. Half the model is dressed in elegant clothes, with classic makeup and blonde hair, and her other half is in ripped clothes, with black spiked hair and punk rocker makeup. This editorial perfectly pairs the two sides of this phrase, combining them together for an incredible shoot. The Vogue Paris August 2013 editorial showed that good and evil can come together in two very separate ways, and make a high fashion statement. Stats for Split-Personality Fashion Editorials Trending: Older & Popular
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