Elle Macpherson by Sharif Hamza for LOVE #4

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published August 26, 2010

From within a bedroom, Sharif Hamza captures supermodel Elle Macpherson in a pair of cut-off shorts and pigtails for the fall edition of LOVE Magazine. Styled by Katie Grand in feminine and fun frocks, the Australian model looks stunning in the the magazine as well as these web exclusive stills taken from LOVE’s iPad App.








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28 thoughts on “Elle Macpherson by Sharif Hamza for LOVE #4”

  1. Horrible. Certainly lost her finesse… lol and this looks like it was shot in a senior lady’s mobile-home.

  2. this pictures are just not classy at all!… the make up is horrendous!… the concept could’ve had been much better excecuted, I’m sure

  3. she looks like that awful ex-‘model’ from Real Housewives of NYC. This is just cheap and tacky. Playboy more then high fashion. Ickk. The fourth shot she looks like she’s waiting to have the money shot splashed across her breasts. Awful, awful, awful.

    And yes, Elle is Australian, not American.

  4. Horrible story. What happened to classic photography like Testino and Lindbergh? It’s all this tacky “comical” and contrived stuff that really just makes the girls look ugly.

  5. This ed obviously isn’t trying to be classy. It’s like the footballers wife ed just with a 60’s hausfrau.
    I think the story should’ve been better narrated to be funny though.

  6. Ironic she is the new mentor on BNTM program when actually when it comes to high fashion or edgy editorial work, Elle never sprung to mind. She is more of a VS kind of girl. And still is.

  7. I think classy is a relative term, to me the editorial is telling a story that doesn’t necessarily have a happy ending. Those sneaky subversive Love editors! Me likes Elle!

  8. For those who said this was very Beyonce it is in fact very Russ Meyers which is very Supervixens.

  9. Wonderful fun spread of a mature woman pushing the envelope, laughing at the scene and all it’s stuck up adherents, looking ravishing and showing off with panache.

    As for the anti-oz comments, just how pathetic is that. Is it jealousy – MacNeil, Kershaw, Gemma Ward, Kerr – is it too much for you!

    Ravishing gorgeous models with unbelievable bodies every one of them, all with distinct and interesting personalities.

    Can high fashion only be European and Russian. Get a life!

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