Bonnie and Clyde meets Natural Born Killers meets Sid and Nancy--that's the range of influences used in the 125 Magazine 'Mustang Sally' editorial. Of course, I can't forget Mack Rice's eponymous 1965 hit.
With that said, the fashion photography spread for the magazine's Spring/Summer 2010 'America' issue was as tough as it gets. The fiery redheaded lead female model maintained an impudent composure while doing some naughty things in the vintage car--things only imaginable in cinema.
The 125 Magazine 'Mustang Sally' Spread Shot by Simon Mills
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