The i-D Pre-Spring 2014 editorial tells the classic tale of two lovestruck individuals, but gives it some edge by also focusing heavily on their rocker style. Outfitted entirely in pieces pulled from the recent Diesel Tribute Leather Collection, the looks are appropriately punked out. They are even given a bit of a retro feel thanks to the black and white photos.
Shot in London, England, by photographer Boo George with art direction by Nicola Formichetti, the i-D Pre-Spring 2014 editorial is titled 'Adore Me.' The perfect theme for the month of Valentine's Day, it stars Next model Daisy Lowe and D1 male model Aaron Vernon. The two were styled by Caroline Newell, with hair by Angelo Seminara and makeup by Hiromi Ueda, who used MAC products.
The i-D Pre-Spring 2014 Photoshoot Stars a Punked Out Daisy Lowe
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