Here lies the bones: Stolen Girlfriends Club

Derek Henderson’s raw, rockstar snapshots of Stolen Girlfriends Club’s sheer lace pieces makes me want them so much more than the collection’s look book ever did.

Georgia Fowler could be two different people, the contrast between messy waved hair and a sleek up-do being subtle yet strong. With the latter style the otherwise grunged-up pieces show their versatility to be delicately elegant; as do fur coats and tail-hemmed shirt dresses, everything youthfully rebellious, everything perfectly in line with the brand.

georgia fowler stolen girlfriends club campaign

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Georgia Fowler: Stolen Girlfriends Club A/W '12 Campaign
Georgia Fowler: Stolen Girlfriends Club A/W '12 Campaign
Georgia Fowler: Stolen Girlfriends Club A/W '12 Campaign
Georgia Fowler: Stolen Girlfriends Club A/W '12 Campaign
Georgia Fowler: Stolen Girlfriends Club A/W '12 Campaign
Georgia Fowler: Stolen Girlfriends Club A/W '12 Campaign
Georgia Fowler: Stolen Girlfriends Club A/W '12 Campaign
Georgia Fowler: Stolen Girlfriends Club A/W '12 Campaign
Georgia Fowler: Stolen Girlfriends Club A/W '12 Campaign
Georgia Fowler: Stolen Girlfriends Club A/W '12 Campaign
Georgia Fowler: Stolen Girlfriends Club A/W '12 Campaign
Georgia Fowler: Stolen Girlfriends Club A/W '12 Campaign

With an attitude that beats pirates and rockstars combined, Georgia nails the campaign. You can view the rest at the gallery above.

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