Part of the magazine's all-woman issue for June and July 2012, the Oyster Magazine 'Super Woman' cover shoot is playfully feminine. Model Shalom Harlow shows that to be a strong and independent professional woman doesn't mean that she has to compromise her fun-loving and flirty ways. She embraces her femininity throughout the photoshoot while portraying her strength and conviction as well.
The Oyster Magazine Super Woman cover shoot was captured by New York-based photographer Cass Bird. The Canadian beauty was styled by Stevie Dance. She chose daring and revealing pieces from the racks of such labels as Alexander Wang, Mugler and Norma Kamali. Bok-Hee and Devra Kinery perfected the looks with natural hair and makeup, which beautifully complements Harlow's carefree attitude.
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