The punk look may be hitting the fashion industry hard, but the My Buddy & Me editorial shows that with slight tweaks, its contemporary style isn't as rough and tough as you might think. Instead, stylists are pulling it together for a more refined look that still retains some of its raw and 'anti-establishment' vibe.
In this case, the stylist who worked on the My Buddy & Me spread was Sarah Cobb. By throwing in some patterns, layers, colors and nudity, she has feminized the punk look nicely and neatly, while still leaving some of its trademark masculine qualities intact.
Photographed by Stefan Zschernitz, the My Buddy & Me spread was shot for Common&Sense magazine's #40 spring issue. It stars Hannah Noble and Kasia Wrobel.