Madeline White & Kaitlin Pilcher by Xanthe Hutchinson for Material Girl April 2012

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 27, 2012

Bitter CandyXanthe Hutchinson captures the pastel trend with a story that fuses grungy and preppy style for the latest issue of Material Girl. Against a backdrop of floral wallpaper, models Madeline White and Kaitlin Pilcher sport colorful ensembles chosen by stylist Zoe Hancock. Beauty artist Temi Aboderin creates cotton candy hair and thick eyeliner for the duo. / Set design by Katie Bowker















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6 thoughts on “Madeline White & Kaitlin Pilcher by Xanthe Hutchinson for Material Girl April 2012”

  1. The whole psychedelic pastel look is fun and awesome.  It almost rises to the level of a Tim Walker shoot, but done on what I’m guessing is a much, much smaller budget, too.

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