Daisy Lowe for ASOS February 2011 by Guy Aroch

Daisy Lowe for ASOS February 2011 by Guy Aroch

Daisy Lowe covers the February edition of ASOS magazine showing off her curves in a tantalizing spread shot by Guy Aroch. Styled by Karen Clarkson and with art direction by Marina Ansell, Daisy stuns in the romantic images.

Daisy Lowe for ASOS February 2011 by Guy Aroch
Daisy Lowe for ASOS February 2011 by Guy Aroch
Daisy Lowe for ASOS February 2011 by Guy Aroch
Daisy Lowe for ASOS February 2011 by Guy Aroch
Daisy Lowe for ASOS February 2011 by Guy Aroch
Daisy Lowe for ASOS February 2011 by Guy Aroch
Daisy Lowe for ASOS February 2011 by Guy Aroch
Daisy Lowe for ASOS February 2011 by Guy Aroch
Daisy Lowe for ASOS February 2011 by Guy Aroch

10 thoughts on “Daisy Lowe for ASOS February 2011 by Guy Aroch”

  1. Daisy Lowe is really sexy but must be a little daft to say something like curves = female. Just because you are female doesn’t mean you have curves AND vice versa. Saying we need more curves, and diversity in general, in fashion is another thing and one I can agree with, but being a really flat-chested female and hearing “real women have curves” all the time sucks.

    Other than that, I really like the styling and photography.

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  2. Daisy Lowe is really sexy but must be a little daft to say something like curves = female. Just because you are female doesn’t mean you have curves AND vice versa. Saying we need more curves, and diversity in general, in fashion is another thing and one I can agree with, but being a really flat-chested female and hearing “real women have curves” all the time sucks.

    Other than that, I really like the styling and photography.

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    • The fact that you are flat-chested doesn’t mean that you don’t have curves and you are not a “real woman”.I believe she talks about starvation and bones that come out.

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    • The fact that you are flat-chested doesn’t mean that you don’t have curves and you are not a “real woman”.I believe she talks about starvation and bones that come out.

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  3. love the editorial, Daisy has such a memorable and beautiful face!

    i agree with the above comment, not all women have curves, but they can still be sexy. we definitely need HEALTHIER body types features in magazines, but that doesn’t always mean round hips and large breasts.

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  4. The first photo of Daisy Lowe instantly strikes up an image of Twiggy! Especially this one – http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_ZPctXMrOQvU/SwG7hfurJtI/AAAAAAAAAEk/LEbxlLHaL-s/s400/twiggy3.jpg

    I think it’s got to do with the warm lazy eyes and the excessive amount of lashes on the bottom(either placed or drawn on/with mascara),
    the eyes also resemble hers with the thick application of the eyeliner and those flicks at the end 🙂

    Either way both are such gorgeous women!

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  5. The first photo of Daisy Lowe instantly strikes up an image of Twiggy! Especially this one – http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_ZPctXMrOQvU/SwG7hfurJtI/AAAAAAAAAEk/LEbxlLHaL-s/s400/twiggy3.jpg

    I think it’s got to do with the warm lazy eyes and the excessive amount of lashes on the bottom(either placed or drawn on/with mascara),
    the eyes also resemble hers with the thick application of the eyeliner and those flicks at the end 🙂

    Either way both are such gorgeous women!

    Reply
  6. The first photo of Daisy Lowe instantly strikes up an image of Twiggy! Especially this one – http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_ZPctXMrOQvU/SwG7hfurJtI/AAAAAAAAAEk/LEbxlLHaL-s/s400/twiggy3.jpg

    I think it’s got to do with the warm lazy eyes and the excessive amount of lashes on the bottom(either placed or drawn on/with mascara),
    the eyes also resemble hers with the thick application of the eyeliner and those flicks at the end 🙂

    Either way both are such gorgeous women!

    Reply

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