Entitled 'Princesse Punk', the Milica Blagojevic Grazia France editorial graces the fashion publication's January 2013 issue. The model up-and-comer is outfitted by stylist Teddy Czopp who dresses her in posh pieces that display subtle rock-and-roll undertones.
Dressed in a sea of pastel hues and feminine prints, Milica's edgy hair and makeup looks are juxtaposed with her girly and demure wardrobe. With a messy bob and heavy black eyeliner, the model is rocker chic without losing her feminine flair.
Photographer Henrique Gendre captures the Milica Blagojevic Grazia France editorial. The model exudes a hard punk rock edge while sporting a slew of flirty frocks and sophisticated separates that are paired with spiked collars, studded bangles and wild footwear accessories.
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