Glamour force

Thanks to hair and makeup by Ines Schult that doesn’t so much catch your eye as it does smash you with a glamour-force that hits without warning, model Emely is transformed into the kind of girl who leaves no detail unattended. In Julia Kiecksee’s latest shoot her hair is pristine in elegant waves or a structured up-do, coloured liquid liner slicks her lids with precision, and lips and nails match in shades of red. Alvaro Mendez-Weinroth adds to the effect with glamorous styling where ear lobes, neckline and fingers are all used as a showcase for bold statement jewellery. Feathers, beads and chain-mail metal tops are the kind that aren’t for the faint of heart – but then, Emely’s character is clearly not shy when it comes to donning something glamorous.

Julia Kieksee shoot

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When it Comes to Love by Julia Kiecksee
When it Comes to Love by Julia Kiecksee
When it Comes to Love by Julia Kiecksee
When it Comes to Love by Julia Kiecksee
When it Comes to Love by Julia Kiecksee
When it Comes to Love by Julia Kiecksee
When it Comes to Love by Julia Kiecksee
When it Comes to Love by Julia Kiecksee
When it Comes to Love by Julia Kiecksee
When it Comes to Love by Julia Kiecksee

View the full shoot by Julia Kiecksee by clicking on the gallery.

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