Model Josefien Rodermans has a lot of attitude in the Vogue Taiwan 'Classic Matte' beauty editorial. Some may construe it as slightly snobbish while others will see it as bored exasperation. Whatever the case may be, she has a reason to feel either way considering her edgy looks. From blunt bangs and bobs to dark brows and flawless skin, she can emote whatever she likes to emote because she'll still look good.
The Vogue Taiwan 'Classic Matte' beauty editorial was shot by photographer Yossi Michaeli. Appearing in the January 2013 issue of the magazine, the Dutch beauty was outfitted by stylist Melaney Oldenhof who pulled from Lanvin, Bottega Veneta and 3.1 Phillip Lim. But the true stars are hairstylist Charlie Taylor and makeup artist Deanna Melluso.
The Vogue Taiwan 'Classic Matte' Photoshoot Stars Josefien Rodermans
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