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our favourite girls by alasdair mclellan

Sugar and spice and all things nice. That’s what all young girls are made of. Especially those photographed by i-D favourite Alasdair McLellan. You’ve met the boys, you’ve seen their toys, and now it’s time to meet the girls, as we give you Al’s top 5 gorge gals in i-D.

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Text Tish Weinstock
Photography Alasdair McLellan

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  • Cameron Russell

    With her sunkissed hair and scarlet lips, Cameron Russell is the girl of our dreams. When she’s not striking a sultry pose on the pages of i-D’s 2004 The Celebration Issue, Cameron spends her time practising her beloved cello. She loves mango lassis and the smell of her dad’s baking.

    Cameron Russell

  • Sigrid Agren

    The perfect balance between sweet ‘n’ sexy, Sigrid Agren is our i-Deal gal. When she’s not looking effortlessly dreamy on the pages of i-D’s 2009 The 300th Issue, you can find her swimming like a mermaid in the ocean or playing a spot of tennis with her friends. Her life’s motto is: live, love, laugh, dance.

    Sigrid Agren

  • Natalie

    Pretty in pink, next up is one seriously cool customer. Shot in 2006 for The Youth Issue, Natalie embodies everything it means to be young, free, and female today.


  • Agyness Deyn

    If fairies were fashioned after 80s punks, they’d look a lot like Agyness Deyn. Shot in 2010 for The Define Yourself Issue, with her pixie-cropped hair and athletic bod, Agyness puts the POW in girl power.

    Photography Alasdair McLellan

  • Tamara Burin

    Girl, I’m on cloud 9, you look so fine. I can’t wait to make you mine. Shot in 2004, for The Location Issue, Al introduces us to the ultimate girl next door. When she’s not hanging out by some railings, you can find Tamara Burin listening to the Strokes or dreaming about Brazil.

    Photography Alasdair McLellan