DSquared2′s Tropical Spring–For its spring-summer 2014 campaign, DSquared2′s Dean and Dan Caten enlist up and comer Luma Grothe for a tropical-themed set lensed by Mert & Marcus. Shot on location in Los Angeles, Luma enchants in the label’s dramatic shapes, cat-eye shaped sunglasses and seasonal colors while posing against a waterfall backdrop.
Dark Flower – Brazilian stunner Luma Grothe takes center stage as she evokes a beautiful mystery in a new film for Vs. Magazine directed by Rie Rasmussen. Dressed in Yigal Azrouel, Luma plays a talented artist who is sought after by many suitors with gifts of letters and flowers. Set to the tunes of Radiohead, the dark-haired beauty certainly turns heads in the sultry video.
In Full Bloom – Decked out in a wardrobe of floral prints with a sporty twist, Luma Grothe stars in Neil Francis Dawson’s latest work for S Magazine. Stylist Amy Bannerman selects pieces from the likes of Givenchy, Nike, Kenzo and Mary Katrantzou for the brunette beauty to wear while hair stylist Philippe Tholimet creates Luma’s disheveled tresses. / Makeup by Helena Lyons
It Was Acceptable in the 70s – Photographer John de Lima lenses this fantastically colorful shoot for i-D online featuring model Luma Grothe (Premier). The editorial was shot in artist Samara Scott’s 70s inspired set designed for the Frieze Art Fair, a “visual themepark.” Stylist Sabrina Henry creates looks that fall somewhere between 70s glam and Japanese street fashion, using candy colored selects including John Galliano, Giles, Stella McCartney, Christopher Kane, Marni, Mark Fast, Preen, Gucci and Thakoon. Hair stylist Charlie le Mindu creates pastel and brightly hued tresses, and make-up artist Isamaya Ffrench gives Luma a disco doll face.