The Volt 'G I Start to Glow' Editorial Stars Simone van Werkhoven

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 5, 2012 • References: voltcafe & fashionising
The Volt 'G I Start to Glow' might not be as gritty or streetwise as the spray-painted markings might make it out to be, but they add a fun artistic touch to each image that heightens the playfully edgy ensembles. The fashion juxtaposes cute and colorful pieces with harder, risque ones. In one instance, model Simone van Werkhoven is wearing a unique biker jacket dress and in another she is clad in a green-tulled frock.

Shot by Korean-born, London-based photographer Jeon Seung Hwan for the magazine's number 11 issue, the Volt G I Start to Glow editorial is a simple studio shoot. The subtle mixed media elements introduce a bit of visual interest for the reader. The Dutch beauty is clad in '50s- and '80s-inspired outfits that also have a contemporary edge. Stats for Spray-Painted Glossy Pages Trending: Older & Chilly
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