Vibing hard on the style-chameleon.

Words by

Kirsten Biacsi

From sultry to quirky to old glamour, Gemma Ward has that kind of fresh-faced beauty that translates seamlessly to every style.

What is there the girl can’t pull off? We haven’t seen yet. So it's no wonder we’re vibing hard on the girl-of-all-looks.

Cute as a button in a cuddly turtleneck, sophisticated in classic curls, or Black Swan-esque panda-eyes. Ward’s impressive versatility makes her a style icon for the masses. Our favourite look? The ethereal innocence of poreless skin, a pink pout, and them striking baby blues.

Gemma Ward is the poised style-chameleon we’re crushing on. 

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