Alison Arboux for Kurv Magazine by Jonathan Segade

Joanna Elizabeth


Published December 4, 2010

Kurv Magazine gives a modern take on Brigitte Bardot with their Icon’s issue. Starring Alison Arboux lensed by Jonathan Segade, the smoldering shoot offers cool patterns, tight dresses and tousled hair with styling by Sara Bascunan.

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16 thoughts on “Alison Arboux for Kurv Magazine by Jonathan Segade”

    • yeah seeing the eiffel tower over and over again is not really inspiring. i think it is boring (or the easy way) to use it only to transport all these certain feelings and emotions that people associate with paris. you could get the same effect with something else too, but you would have to take some time to think of how…

      • But it also the quickest way for a photographer to let the everyday person know where these pics were taken. Eiffel Tower is still an icon to most of the world. Not saying you’re incorrect just saying

  1. I have lived in Paris now for over two years and can honestly say that the Eiffel Tower hasn’t gotten boring yet. Maybe it’ll be boring in 10 years but as for now, its still quite magical. As for these photos, I think in theme of the Bordot kitch, it works. Although this one was done quite nicely, I think its the Bardot themed editorials that are becoming a bit tiresome….I’m ready to see an Anna Karina/France Gall iconic shoot!

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