Inspired by the cult classic Tarantino film, 'Pulp Fiction,' the Flare Magazine 'Pulp Fashion' editorial takes place on the grounds of a quintessential American motel and features looks that Uma Thurman would have worn if it were filmed today. Although a little more feminine than Thurman's original wardrobe for the movie, there is still a sultry edginess that many women will appreciate.
The Flare Magazine 'Pulp Fashion' editorial was shot by photographer Chris Nicholls. It stars model Catrina Stella. Set to appear in the May 2013 issue of the Canadian publication, the American beauty was styled by Elizabeth Cabral. Cabral pulled pieces from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Elie Saab and Miu Miu. Hairstylist Enzo Angileri and makeup artist Melanie Inglessis were on beauty duty.
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