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Ruth Bell by Alina Zamanova

published on 2 November 2018

“I felt empowered in this look because it allowed me to transform into one of music’s most influential icons. Bowie is one of my favorite artists as well as a personal hero due to his gender-bending, which I relate to.” (Referencing a photograph by Camilla Akrans)

- Ruth Bell

“I felt empowered in this look because it allowed me to transform into one of music’s most influential icons. Bowie is one of my favorite artists as well as a personal hero due to his gender-bending, which I relate to.” (Referencing a photograph by Camilla Akrans)

Illustration: Alina Zamanova
“Life on Mars” 'Porter' magazine Fall 2017, Photography: Camilla Akrans Styling: Julia Von Boehm Hair: Franco Gobbi Makeup: Lotten Holmqvist
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