Photography Craig Mcdean
Published June 2, 2010
There’s nothing more liberating than a long summer spent basking in the California sun: lounging on the beach in retro-style bikinis, feeling the warm Pacific breeze against your skin, throwing on grandpa’s old sweater for a sunset bike ride—all with a carefree spirit and tomboyish charm. These are the stolen moments of youth that can never be reclaimed. But they’re all in a day’s work for a girl called Jac.
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