Liv O'Driscoll Gets Tropical for Foam March/April 2013 by Justin Hollar

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published March 2, 2013


Pass Me a Mai Tai – The March-April issue of Foam Magazine gets ready for summer with this tropical themed story starring Liv O’Driscoll. The blonde shines for Justin Hollar in a series of sunny images with styling by Doria Santlofer featuring the colorful designs of Isabel Marant, Richard Chai, Charlotte Olympia and others. / Hair by Yoichi Tomizawa @ Art Dept, Makeup by Kristi Matamoros @ Kate Ryan for CKone














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