The Volt ‘Just A Kid’ cover shoot may revolve around a girl who happens to be just a kid, but there is a sophistication to her outfits that cannot be denied. As though channeling her inner Blair Waldorf from hit TV show Gossip Girl, new face Anne Kruger is clad in prim and proper ensembles that are super stylish, which is fitting for the Upper East Side.
Lensed by Paolo Zerbini for the magazine’s latest issue, the Volt Just A Kid editorial showcases spring fashion essentials. From the popular detachable collar to frilly skirts and boldly printed shirts, the style is as experimental as it is demure. The German beauty was outfitted by Steven Westgarth. He pulled feminine pieces from fashion labels such as Just Cavalli, JW Anderson and Maison Martin Margiela. Kruger’s pink-tipped locks were done by hairstylist Yumi-Nakada-Dingle and Tomihiro Kono, bringing even more youthfulness to the cover shoot.
The Volt 'Just A Kid' Editorial Stars a Youthful Anne Kruger
1. Youthful Fashion Trends - Businesses can disrupt traditional fashion by offering more youthful and experimental clothing options.
2. Sophisticated Adolescent Style - Opportunities exist for businesses to create prim and proper clothing that maintains a youthful edge.
3. Experimental Spring Fashion - Innovative businesses can experiment with detachable collars, frilly skirts and boldly printed shirts for this year’s spring fashion.
1. Fashion Industry - Fashion businesses need to offer more experimental and youthful clothing to tap into adolescent markets.
2. Teen Fashion Industry - Brands targeting teenage consumers can create prim and proper clothing options that maintain a youthful edge.
3. Beauty Industry - Hairstylists can offer pink-tipped locks as a way to bring even more youthfulness to style offerings.