This Editorial Teaches Us Never To Mess With Crystal Renn

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    We have a thing for models who aren’t afraid to get adventurous with their look (is there anything more yawn-worthy than an interesting face that looks fresh-faced and soft all the time?), which is why we have such a special place in our hearts for Crystal Renn. The always-lovely supermodel isn't exactly known for playing it safe and we’re loving how she looks like, um, a totally different person in this editorial for Schön! magazine, a London-based fashion pub.

    Full disclosure: we had to do a biiit of a double take the first time we saw the pictures (shot by Ellen Von Unwerth), to make sure it was actually Renn and not rapper-slash-singer Iggy Azalea, in that slicked-back ponytail. What with the platinum-blonde locks, extra-intense cat eye, and bold styling, Renn could easily pass for Azalea's long-lost twin.

    We love a bold, dramatic editorial, especially when it features one of our favorite ladies. And, hey, what’s more dramatic than shooting a bow and arrow in stilettos? Answer: Playing what looks to be a game of tug of war, topless, while your face is completely covered in lace. Intrigued? Click through to see all of her risk-taking shots for yourself.

    Photo: Courtesy of Schön
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