Marloes Horst by Marc de Groot for Jackie September/October 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published August 25, 2010

Marloes Horst may be most well known for being blonde bombshell, but she certainly doesn’t look too bad a red head either as shown by photographer Marc de Groot’s recent cover shoot for Jackie Magazine. Donning fiery locks styled by hair and makeup artist Irena Ruben, Marloes uses her seductive looks to model retro inspired ensembles styled by Renu Kashyap.










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16 thoughts on “Marloes Horst by Marc de Groot for Jackie September/October 2010”

  1. I wish they would only upload editorials from prestigious magazines and not ones sent by photographers. It’s all fine, but I’d rather see editorials from important magazines rather than Jackie and Swedish Elle etc

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