Julia Nobis for Vogue Japan January 2014

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Fast rides and thigh high boots are captured by photography trio Luigi and Daniele + Iango for the January 2014 issue of Vogue Japan.

Julia Nobis is playing the role of a rocknrolla when posing alongside the half-naked Dylan Fosket in the photographer’s story ‘The Lost Generation’.

A spread devoted to the youngsters of America, for those who dare to push the limits one inch further while surrounded by fast wheels and sexual energy. Nobis plays the part well with her gutsy red boots combined with mini shorts and skirts, without making it look too erotic something the stylist George Cortina has successfully achieved.

Her look is completed with a messy rocky hairstyle which hair magician Luigi Murenu took responsibility for, while make-up artist Francelle Daly took part of creating Nobis’ black shadowed eyes.

An editorial which makes us want to throw on our leather jackets and hit the roads.


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