There is a free-spiritedness about the Songs of the Wild photo shoot that will inspire many to reconnect with their natural surroundings. Of course, that reconnection could simply be reflected in the ensembles a person dons rather than actually getting up and taking a hike in the neighborhood park.
Shot by fashion photographer Owen Bruce, the Songs of the Wild editorial is part of the fourth edition of Canadian magazine Pulp. Starring the stunning Mackenzie Hamilton, the shoot seems to channel Michelle Pfeiffer's character in 'Ladyhawke.' Draped in autumn furs and lightweight dresses, Hamilton belongs to a different era.
The Songs of the Wild editorial was styled by Leila Bani with hair and makeup by Brenda Bakker.
Pulp Magazine's Songs of the Wild Editorial Stars Mackenzie Hamilton
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