The choppy black hair and rocker chick aesthetic featured in Edie Campbell's i-D Magazine editorial, titled 'My Generation,' is remincient of the legendary Joan Jett.
Like Jett, Campbell definitely looks like a woman who "doesn't give a damn about her bad reputation." Fashion editor Sarah Richardson dressed Campbell an assortment of mod prints, leather mini skirts and fur coats that pay homage to the fierce musician who brought us classics like 'Crimson and Clover' and 'I Hate Myself for Loving You.' Makeup artist Miranda Joyce used a heavy hand when she applied Campbell's charcoal liner to really complete the look.
Photographer Marlene Marino shot Campbell looking like a girl from the wrong side of the tracks for the i-D Magazine Summer 2014 issue.
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