The Fashion Gone Rogue 'Look, But Don't Touch' online editorial is glamorously tribal. It features the bold and vibrant patterns characteristic of native tribes. Nevertheless, these prints and patterns have been given a contemporary tweak. In addition to being used for curve-hugging dresses, skin-revealing bodysuits and tailored jackets, they have been strategically cut out and embellished with studs for a sexy, punk look.
Shot by Australia-based photographer Daniel Nadel, the Fashion Gone Rogue 'Look, But Don't Touch' online editorial features some bright and daring pieces for spring. It stars model Farah Holt. The Cornish beauty was styled by Amber Ross, who selected items from such fashion houses as Roberto Cavalli, Preen and Holly Fulton. Holt's platinum locks were curled by hairstylist Hannah Phillips with red lips by makeup artist Alex Price.
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