REBEL REBEL

Léa Julian in Rebel Couture by Benjamin Kanarek for ELLE | Spell blog

Léa Julian in Rebel Couture by Benjamin Kanarek for ELLE | Spell blog Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

Léa Julian in Rebel Couture by Benjamin Kanarek for ELLE | Spell blog

Léa Julian in Rebel Couture by Benjamin Kanarek for ELLE | Spell blog

Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

Léa Julian in Rebel Couture by Benjamin Kanarek for ELLE | Spell blog

Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

Léa Julian in Rebel Couture by Benjamin Kanarek for ELLE | Spell Blog

Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

 

Léa Julian in Rebel Couture by Benjamin Kanarek for ELLE | Spell blog

Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

Léa Julian in Rebel Couture by Benjamin Kanarek for ELLE | Spell blog

Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

Léa Julian in Rebel Couture by Benjamin Kanarek for ELLE | Spell blog

Rebel Rebel Mash Up | Spell blog

Main editorial:  Công chúa Cao Dương ( Princess Street)
Elle Vietnam, December 2015
Photography|  Benjamin Kanarek
Muse | Lea Julian
Styling| Coline Peyrot
Makeup | Melanie Sergeff & Hair |  Audrey Lambert

You might not know it by looking at our pretty clothes, but there were times, back in our late teens and early 20s where it was much more gritty pretty than just pretty. Doc martins, purple (pink/red) hair, going to Melbourne’s grunge clubs Hard & Fast on Chapel street, cutting holes in our stockings and nurturing huge dread locks in our hair… yes those things happened. No we didn’t look as cool as everyone above, but there’s something fun about expressing yourself in that way – about not being pretty, or girly, or lovely – because there’s plenty of time for that later.