Just one of the boys: Eniko Mihalik

The surfer girl and the biker chic aren’t that far removed from each other. In some minds the former will be marked by bright neoprene and bleached blonde hair while the latter is heavy and black all over. But a girl can easily be both. There’s a tomboy thread, a rough-and-tumble fearlessness, that runs through both personas.

In Vogue Germany’s April 2012 issue Eniko Mihalik is that hybrid of surfer and biker, stunningly photographed by Camilla Akrans with bikes, boards, and confidently sexy styling by Nicola Knels.

eniko mihalik by camilla akrans

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Germany, April '12
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Germany, April '12
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Germany, April '12
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Germany, April '12
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Germany, April '12
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Germany, April '12
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Germany, April '12
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Germany, April '12
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Germany, April '12
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Germany, April '12
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Germany, April '12
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Germany, April '12

View all of Eniko Mihalil‘s shoot for Vogue Germany’s April 2012 issue at the gallery above.

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