vrijdag 6 april 2012

Victoria Beckham as a exotic REDHEAD on the Cover off BAZAAR!

As a pop star-turned-fashion designer, fans have seen Victoria Beckham trying out a wide variety of styles.
But surely this is one of her most exotic yet as she turned redhead for a striking shoot for Harper's Bazaar China.
With bright red hair tied back and wearing very revealing couture, the mother-of-four is transformed for a dramatic new look.

Different look: Victoria Beckham becomes a redhead for a striking new look as she poses for Harper's Bazaar China

Wearing an intricate Asian head-dress in one image, the 37-year-old flashed a lot of skin in a daring black crossover top.
In contrast to the Scouse brow many British celebrities have been sporting, Victoria appears to have a feathered brow, with her eyebrows brushed upwards giving a less groomed appearance than usual.
The striking images have been described by some bloggers of making Victoria appear like a video game character.

Hear me roar: The mother-of-four shows off her petite figure in an embellished basque and dragon headpiece

Victoria donned a red wig for the shoot, taken by famous Chinese photographer Chen Man, who is known for her dramatic cinematic effects.
The star's shoot with the Chinese edition of the women's glossy comes after she also posed for Harper's Bazaar UK.
In the interview, she said she represented the average woman when it came to trying on her designs.
Victoria explained that since she became a designer she prefers to wear her own clothes to feel more at one with the customer.

Cover girl: The striking shoot sees Beckham becoming a redhead and wearing yellow eyeshadow - a far cry from her usual style

But last year she was left disappointed she couldn't try on her designs as she was pregnant with her much longed-for daughter Harper.
She told Harper's Bazaar UK: 'We always joke that we have this fabulously gorgeous 17-year-old model who is six-foot-whatever and then I say "OK, I’m going to put it on. I stand for the general public here".
'It’s how I work. I found it really difficult when I was pregnant and I couldn’t do that. It’s part of the process - I’ll stand here in my knickers and start draping fabric over myself. It was very hard when I didn’t have my body.'

Tekst&Foto's: dailymail.co.uk

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