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The Karolin Wolter for Vogue Germany Photoshoot is Edgily Glam

 - May 19, 2012
References: vogue.de & fashiongonerogue
The sophisticated punk look is making its way around the fashion industry, its latest appearance involving model Karolin Wolter for Vogue Germany. Although some may argue that she looks more glamorous than punk, it is the small details that give this particular editorial its edge, from the modern mullet to the nonchalant attitude the model exudes.

Karolin Wolter for Vogue Germany was shot by photographer Lado Alexi for the magazine's June 2012 issue. Styled by Dennis Blys, the German beauty was outfitted in a wardrobe rife with designs from Viktor & Rolf, J.W. Anderson, Mugler and more. The photoshoot's true purpose, however, was to showcase Swarovski's latest crop of jewelry. It does so by giving them an edgier and badass vibe.