The Ymre Stiekema Vogue Germany March 2011 editorial takes to the dusty desert. The wardrobe is part hippie, part cowboy and all fabulous. The tribal accessories, chocolate-brown accents and fringed wardrobe give a stunning bohemian feel. Stiekema's hair is braided, twisted and loosely curled, adding to the carefree nature of the editorial.
The Ymre Stiekema Vogue Germany March 2011 photoshoot, entitled 'Born Free,' features ethnic prints and gypsy style.
Implications - After the success of western movies such as 'The Dukes of Hazard,' western style became highly unisex. While western fashions were once considered predominantly male, many designers have now embraced female cowgirl fashions. Businesses that get in touch with their western sides will find a highly receptive audience of both sexes.
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