Girls on Film by She is Frank for Factory

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published December 13, 2010

Working with stylist Philip Boon, She is Frank photographs the glam trio of Alice Burdeu, Melody Lee and Zoey V for the latest issue of Factory. Donning over the top makeup and hair by Megan Harrison and Rob Mason, the girls bring intrigue and beauty to everyday tasks in Girls on Film.










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22 thoughts on “Girls on Film by She is Frank for Factory”

  1. In the fourth image, something is seriously wrong with her right arm in the background. It looks like someone photoshopped in an arm belonging to a 90 year old woman. It looks wrinkled and flabby. And compared to the taught boney arm in the foreground its just a huge bizarre difference. Is anyone else seeing this? Or am I losing my mind?

  2. Alice looks like a model but act like someone who is being held hostage by the camera. If the job isn’t enjoyable…….

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