The Revolution of Pop Art

Chandler Rollins | February 27, 2015 | 1:11 PM
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A little bit of urban, a little bit of avant-garde, “The Revolution of Pop Art,” by 2008 NAHA winner and 10-time nominee Shirley Gordon is anything but boring. Inspired by pop culture icon Cyndi Lauper, these bold, balanced and head-turning shapes are perfectly suited for women with edginess to spare.


Hair: Shirley Gordon

Photography: Jason Setiawan

Makeup: David Maderich

Fashion styling: Rod Novoa


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