Glam Rocks

Freja Beha as a rockstar, it doesn’t seem like that much of a stretch does it? The Danish beauty has always possessed a certain devil may care attitude that makes her stand out from the pack and Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin tap into that spirit for Vogue Paris. Styled by Melanie Ward and featuring plenty of retro-inspired pieces from Gucci and Maison Martin Margiela, the story is an appealing showcase for Freja and luxe 70s rock inspired style.

Image Credit | Fashion Screen

  1. the only shot i like is the last. the rest are not grat.. especially the second – just not aesthetically pleasing.

  2. It maybe bad photography but you can’t deny the fact that Freja always delivers and has the best body in the business! She’s amazing.

    No one is like her.

  3. God this looks like a really bad Elle editorial. Freja sort of saves it from being completely awful but.. I mean how many times has the rock chick theme been explored?? There really is nothing left to do with it, it has been done a million times, and much better. They could’ve used a girl that does not have a rock chick vibe, to make it a little less predictable.. Like who? I don’t know, maybe Sigrid or Edita.

  4. rock and roll is supposed to be sexy and dangerous… this is neither… check out yeah yeah yeahs instead, now THAT is real fashion and rock baby

  5. actually, subnormal, The Dead Weather is dangerous and sexy rock and roll. Don’t get me wrong, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are good, but Sally Oh doesn’t have that clasic dangerous look like Alison Mosshart of The Dead Weather does.

  6. Karen and alisson they’re the bests! They have diff. Styles that only both of them can rock.wooohlt.diff. In their music too…

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