Joey Mead King Now
Philippine Daily Inquirer / May 2017

As the latest ambassador for harlan + holden’s B.C. collection, King appropriately wore an easy-fitting blouson from the line. It dipped on the side to bare a shoulder.

“Clothing is a way of representing your character without you having to say anything. It’s a good connection with my mood that day… It’s like how I feel this morning. I wanted to come in light-colored clothes before we start our day. I wanted to be comfortable and neutral, and show my womanhood. I’m proud of my shoulders, but I don’t want to scare you by showing my cleavage. I feel like I’m exposing my sensuality without flaunting any sexuality.”

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