“Washing Machine” by Emanuele Ferrari for fashiongrunge.com

All the way from Milan comes a new editorial by Emanuele Ferrari called “Washing Machine”. Starring Valentina Pegorer, we explore being careless, reckless, and all around fearless. Something that’s a daily practice in my life and definitely an important part of being free.   body, adidas; shorts, topshop; shoes,vans shirt; lobster lbstr, shorts;  topshop bra, american apparel; shorts,american apparel; shoes,vans…

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“Hungarian Girl” by Clair Saint-Camille for fashiongrunge.com

Through the sunset lined streets and the trees that overlook the wide open space comes a new analog editorial from photographer, Clair Saint-Camille. “Hungarian Girl” takes us through vintage fashion and country roads for the start of the summer season. Photography: Clair Saint-Camille  Styling: Sophia L. Sawyer Model: Ivett Toth

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“Freshly” by Federico Sorrentino for fashiongrunge.com

Milan based photographer Federico Sorrentino knows the beat of the streets. In this work we travel with Tess throughout the city, styled by Silvia Vinci in SouthFresh clothing. Embrace your inner street goddess in this new series and run wild.   Photographer: Federico Sorrentino Stylist: Silvia Vinci Make-Up: Valentina Casamassima Hair Style: Raffaella Model: Tess…

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“Lost in the Afterlife” by Andrea Neyra for fashiongrunge.com

Mexican photographer Andrea Neyra re imagines the world between living and the afterlife in her first series for the site. All shot on a 120mm Diana camera and with direct connection to the subject, the pretext that weaves its way into each frame.      Photography: Aryen Drey  | Instagram Model: Ana Paula Diaz Assistant: Natalie Diaz

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“Topanga Days” by Daria Kobayashi-Ritch for fashiongrunge.com

We’ve been on a roll with submissions lately. The latest “Topanga Days” by Daria Kobayashi-Ritch is a perfect way to start this Sunday morning. Shot at Jalan Jalan Imports in Topanga, CA it’s a departure from the bustling Los Angeles culture often seen on the site. Take it in and frolic through the canyons before…

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“Country Darling” by BriAnne Wills for fashiongrunge.com

We can often find that taking a different look or interpreting styles through a new channel that our mind expands. This editorial shot by BriAnne Wills is departure from the ” fashion grunge” aesthetic, but still warrants a deeper look. fringe sweatshirt by Mojave; vintage skirt all vintage All Saints crochet dress, Kenneth Lane necklace…

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“Tornado” by Ana Fanelli for fashiongrunge.com

An unexpected weather patterns can disrupt our lives and often change plans, there are some good things to come out of the rain. This editorial submitted by stylist, Julia Kovaloff was originally slated to be a whole different vibe. As the team was driving to the location they passed through a storm. Lensed by Ana Fanelli…

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“Red Ashes” by Lauren Engel for fashiongrunge.com

One of our regular contributors, Lauren Engel has shared her new shoot, “Red Ashes” with us here at fashiongrunge. She travels all over the world these days but her photographic eye still captures that raw youthful energy in each city. This shoot from New York City is just the perfect balance of the winter season…

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“Wild Abandon” by Katey Green for fashiongrunge.com

If you follow me on Instagram you’ll know that I often reference the film “Candy” as one of my favorites. This next series of photographs for the site was inspired by the film, hence the title “Wild Abandon”. Enjoy this bohemian escape from daily life. Photography & Styling | Katey Green  Model | Leeanne MacPherson

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“Le Grunge” by Raul Singson for fashiongrunge.com

All the way from the frigid temped streets of NY comes a new spin on the grunge lifestyle photographed by Raul Singson for fashiongrunge.com. This exclusive series takes a high level approach to 90s inspiration. Styled by Jahulie Elizalde, this makes me kind of wish that the cold weather would stick around just a little bit…

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