The Harper's Bazaar Korea Graphic Impact editorial displays chic urban looks via stylist Tony Irvine. Irvine focused upon Marte Mei Van Haaster as her subject here, dressing the model within an assortment of linear looks.
Haaster appears much like a classic Londoner in Graphic Impact. Irvine delivered this mood as she chose to include checkered dresses, chunky heels and knee high tights. These pieces in many ways channeled the European city's underground music culture, especially when paired with the black and white color scheme of photographer Gregory Harris. As these images come as a part of Harper's Bazaar Korea's April 2013 issue, akin ensembles may begin to take shape this spring, and not just in the Korean sphere.
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