Photographer Matthew Lyn captures Glassbook Magazine's "Mix It Up" editorial exclusive. The image series embodies an androgynous and sophisticated air and features model beauty Happy from NEXT Canada.
Styling and art direction for this series is courtesy of Randy Smith who works alongside hair and makeup expert Sandra Yang to transform Happy's look.
Mixing modern cuts with 80s-themed references, Glassbook Magazine's "Mix It Up" fashion story is a fresh take on the era's power suit styling and hair-raising coifs.
Model Happy channels 80s songstress, model and actress Grace Jones in the series and revives the fashion icon's elegant and athletic stance. Designers featured in this editorial include Lanvin, Akris and Canadian label Pink Tartan among other notable names.
Glassbook Magazine's Mix It Up Story is a Fresh 80s Revival
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