Tipping his hat subtly to the glam-rock era of Bowie and company, Shaun Kearney worked a deft balance between prim and rock ’n’ roll, as in pretty ruffle dresses cut in leather or a moto jacket tossed over a demure skirt.

Tipping his hat subtly to the glam-rock era of Bowie and company, Shaun Kearney worked a deft balance between prim and rock ’n’ roll, as in pretty ruffle dresses cut in leather or a moto jacket tossed over a demure skirt.

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