Gemma Ward Wears Neutral Styles for POP Magazine

Joanna Elizabeth


Published September 16, 2018

Photos by Stevie Dance
Styling by Stevie Dance

Gemma Ward embraces a neutral color palette for the fall-winter 2018 issue of POP Magazine. In front of the lens of Stevie Dance, the blonde model poses outdoors and in the studio wearing outerwear looks. Dance also styles the spread, which highlights pieces from the likes of Chanel, Vivienne Westwood and Louis Vuitton.

Hair by Tamara McNaughton
Makeup by Fara Homidi

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1 thought on “Gemma Ward Wears Neutral Styles for POP Magazine”

  1. so awful when a pseudo photographer get an amazing model and just keep trying to “do something different” and end up with nothing to say.


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