Alessandra Ambrosio by Matthias Vriens-McGrath for Numéro Tokyo January/February 2011

December 3, 2010

Alessandra Ambrosio by Matthias Vriens-McGrath for Numéro Tokyo January/February 2011

In front of Matthias Vriens-McGrath’s lens, Alessandra Ambrosio unleashes her inner vixen for the January issue of Numéro Tokyo. Starring alongside to studly males, Alessandra takes on strong and sexy looks from the likes of Dior, Chanel and Michael Kors styled by Masha Orlov. / Casting & Production by Andrey T. for MVM Studio

Alessandra Ambrosio by Matthias Vriens-McGrath for Numéro Tokyo January/February 2011
Alessandra Ambrosio by Matthias Vriens-McGrath for Numéro Tokyo January/February 2011
Alessandra Ambrosio by Matthias Vriens-McGrath for Numéro Tokyo January/February 2011
Alessandra Ambrosio by Matthias Vriens-McGrath for Numéro Tokyo January/February 2011
Alessandra Ambrosio by Matthias Vriens-McGrath for Numéro Tokyo January/February 2011
Alessandra Ambrosio by Matthias Vriens-McGrath for Numéro Tokyo January/February 2011

25 thoughts on “Alessandra Ambrosio by Matthias Vriens-McGrath for Numéro Tokyo January/February 2011”

  1. She is sooooooooo scary looking. One of those faces that cannot carry all that make up, otherwise, “hello hot tranny mess”!!

    That first photo, it looks like she has NO arms, only numbs. Its so freaky. What a bad bad bad editorial.

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  2. i don’t like the makeup work, especially around the cheeks and mouth. it almost makes her look like a completely different person.

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  3. o ho ho! This arrogant ‘model’ is annoying. Keep your slut drawl on the VS runway where it belongs!
    *loving* the male models though. Yum.

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  4. I mean this editorial is really offensive not only because the model is cheap as chips, but in the 5th pic, we don’t need a white woman holding a necklace around a black model’s neck like an animal. When is the fashion world going to wake up to this racist imagery!

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    • It’s interesting how nobody else bothered to point that out. As for your question about the future I think it’s rational to expect that fashion will as always follow, not lead, changes in real (economic, military, territorial, etc) power. Obama’s pretentious post-racial hype does not qualify.

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  5. I agree spotmag! and also, poeple from the fashion industrie love her more and more!!! I love to see her in this high fahshion editorials, not just the comercial stuff, once we already know that she is gourgeous ans super sexy!!

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  6. i agree, it doesn’t work for me either, i don’t think the makeup artist made best work of her features… she is gorgeous, but her face isn’t working for me here.

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