The unlikely hero

Speaking of Roman soldiers… the galea has become the unlikely hero of yet another photo shoot.

Of everything stunning about this pictorial, including the natural beauty of model Irma Weij and the pared back, unfussy styling, nothing stands out more than an unusual knitted take on the crested warrior’s helmet. What could be more simultaneously fierce and fun? Photographed by Klaas Jan Kliphuis, Weij’s intense expressions and natural, fluid movements are the only thing battling for your attention against the uniqueness of the headwear.

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Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Irma Weij by Klaas Jan Kliphuis (NSFW)
Irma Weij by Klaas Jan Kliphuis (NSFW)
Irma Weij by Klaas Jan Kliphuis (NSFW)
Irma Weij by Klaas Jan Kliphuis (NSFW)
Irma Weij by Klaas Jan Kliphuis (NSFW)
Irma Weij by Klaas Jan Kliphuis (NSFW)
Irma Weij by Klaas Jan Kliphuis (NSFW)
Irma Weij by Klaas Jan Kliphuis (NSFW)
Irma Weij by Klaas Jan Kliphuis (NSFW)
Irma Weij by Klaas Jan Kliphuis (NSFW)
Irma Weij by Klaas Jan Kliphuis (NSFW)
Irma Weij by Klaas Jan Kliphuis (NSFW)

Check out the full shoot by clicking on the thumbnails above.

You can visit the magazine at ilovefakemagazine.com.

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