Use your illusion

Zane, Kenneth
January 1993
Seventeen;Jan93, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p78
Presents the chameleonesque results of summer interns who changed their beauty and fashion identity for a day. Flower child to Euro-chic; Coed casual to all-out elegant; '90s cool to retro glam; Urban prep to country deb; Details.


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