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Neon Jungle talk style

Published 18/07/2014

Neon Jungle
Neon Jungle

Neon Jungle all like to rock individual looks, ranging from tomboy to Harajuku doll.

The British girlband are currently taking the music world by storm with their catchy pop tracks, and count Cara Delevingne and One Direction as fans.

They’re also quickly making their mark in the style stakes too with each of the four members -Shereen Cutkelvin, 17, Amira McCarthy, 18, Jess Plummer, 21, and 18-year-old Asami Zdrenka - rocking an individual look.

“Random,” Amira laughed to British magazine Grazia when asked to describe her style. “Our make-up artist gets sick because one week I’ll want to look natural and then the next like a Harajuku dolly. I like to mix designer clothes and high street.

“I used to be a real tomboy and I like football, so I’ll wear joggers with heels for a boyish-but-girly look. I shop in Topman a lot. I’ve just bought a man’s chequered T-shirt, which I wear with a dress,” added Shereen.

Their style credentials saw the girls take to the runway for the Victoria’s Secrets show in December, where they performed a set in front of model of the moment Cara.

“You meet her and you feel like you’ve known her all of your life. Backstage, she was like, ‘Hey, long time’. We had only met her the day before! It’s great because we’re part of the same Storm Models family and we’ve stayed in touch,” smiled Jess.

The girls also got to hang with Jourdan Dunn, Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss at last year’s show. But out of all the stars they have met one hunk, and his smell, stands out most for the band.

“Harry Styles,” Asami giggled.” I’ve met him twice and he smells good and is lovely.”

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