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First Look: Lurve

September 6th, 2012 Posted by Janelle comments (8)

Lurve Magazine soars to incredible new heights with an issue that is filled with standout content. From the impressive covers starring Jasmine Tookes, styled by Maher Jridi and looking like you’ve never seen her before, to an array of editorials that capture the current mood of menswear & womenswear with stylish and artistic imagery. Centered around the themes of romance and excess, the issue takes on a sumptuous quality that is nearly decadent. Take a first look inside the spectacular new edition of Lurve in our exclusive preview.

Ph. Tetsuharu Kubota, Fashion Editor & Creative direction by Maher Jridi, Model Jasmine Tookes

Ph. Tetsuharu Kubota, Fashion Editor Maher Jridi, Models, Chris Moore, Eduardo Olivier, Matt Waters

Ph. Tetsuharu Kubota, Fashion Editor & Creative direction by Maher Jridi, Model Jasmine Tookes

Ph. Peppe Tortora, Fashion Editor Moreno Galatà, Model Klara Boscic

Ph. Cecile Bortoletti, Fashion Editor,Peju Famojure, Model Jeanne Damas

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8 Comments

  1. Marty says:

    Jasmine looks spectacular, surprised to see her looking this photogenic since i though she was just great on the runway

  2. evr says:

    Jasmine looks like a goddess!

  3. ryo says:

    Jasmine looks great

  4. Frankie says:

    Jasmine looks lovely and great pictures.

    @Frankie_Youje

  5. Richardine Bartee says:

    She is gorgeous!

  6. fabian says:

    nice preview but predictable : black models & Givenchy everywhere! i wish they could open their eyes a bit more

  7. kitkat says:

    marty: did you know jasmine was a very successful commercial print girl before getting her runway/high fashion opportunities?

    she’s flawless and has cross over appeal.

  8. Nigel S. says:

    Work it out Jasmine!

    Reading the fine print – The statement garments, albeit in vane of Givenchy, are actually by Jason Wu, other garments by Alaia, Pucci etc..

    Yes, there remains a creative lapse in regards to features which use black models.

    It’s quite a shame when “artists” contribute to the ethnic bias of the world as opposed to being vocal gaurdians of the shunned and opressed.

    However – this is a stunning feature and a continued push in the right direction.

    Reminds of Naomi a la Interview – October 2010.

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