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The Volt Magazine 'Downtown' Editorial Stars Pinkish Luisa Bianchin

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: voltcafe & fashiongonerogue
Cuffed and ready to be persecuted, model Luisa Bianchin certainly has not been apprehended by the fashion police in the Volt Magazine 'Downtown.' Her style is impeccable. Clearly, it is her badass attitude that has gotten her in trouble. The punk pink hair and bold jewelry has landed her in the doghouse, not for their looks, but for the persona they perpetuate.

The Volt Magazine Downtown editorial was shot by New York-based photographer Jacob Sadrak. The rebellious looks were styled by Cristian Temi. The German beauty is nevertheless given a ladylike quality thanks to the use of demure button-down shirts, lacy fabrics and some feminine accessories. Her part punk, part princess looks were perfected with choppy locks by hairstylist Kayla Michelle and a flawless face by makeup artist Kouta, not to mention neon yellow nail polish. Stats for Cuffed Contemporary Captures Trending: Older & Warm
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