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Rags to riches

Hair: Alexander Turnbull/Make-up: Tori Bell/Styling: Alexander Turnbull with Jane Bowler Clothing/Photos: Jack Eames

“The hidden wealth that can be found in derelict buildings was the inspiration behind this collection and I also considered how modern beauty can be seen in industrial design.” Alexander Turnbull.

 

Hair: Alexander Turnbull

Make-up: Tori Bell

Styling: Alexander Turnbull with Jane Bowler Clothing

Photos: Jack Eames

Tags: haircollection alexander turnbull

Posted on 15.02.2019

Rags to riches by Alexander Turnbull

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