Jessica Stam for Harper’s Bazaar US August 2010 by Alexi Lubomirski

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Published July 16, 2010

Alexi Lubomirski goes to the lively city of Seville, Spain for Harper’s Bazaar US’ August issue. Starring Jessica Stam with styling by Clare Richardson, the story goes from the matador ring to horseback riding all in the name of the perfect summer getaway.











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98 thoughts on “Jessica Stam for Harper’s Bazaar US August 2010 by Alexi Lubomirski”

      • i completely agree with both of you. usually not a fan but the photographer managed to capture something special this time.. and the SMILE suits her very well.

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      • i completely agree with both of you. usually not a fan but the photographer managed to capture something special this time.. and the SMILE suits her very well.

        Reply
      • i completely agree with both of you. usually not a fan but the photographer managed to capture something special this time.. and the SMILE suits her very well.

        Reply
  1. I love this! I'm going to Spain next summer and this is so inspiring.. and I want that red dress. Does anyone know who the designer is?

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  2. I love this! I'm going to Spain next summer and this is so inspiring.. and I want that red dress. Does anyone know who the designer is?

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  3. love this editorial. usually not a fan of stam.. but this is GREAT. also, the guy playing the guitar is very HANDSOME!

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  4. love this editorial. usually not a fan of stam.. but this is GREAT. also, the guy playing the guitar is very HANDSOME!

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  5. love this editorial. usually not a fan of stam.. but this is GREAT. also, the guy playing the guitar is very HANDSOME!

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  6. topic after topic…
    spain is so much more than this…
    and yes, that people is quite ugly, not all the spanish people πŸ™‚
    but well…
    at least there is not any picture with a bull or something like that

    but some nice pics, I have to say, stam is wonderful

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  7. topic after topic…
    spain is so much more than this…
    and yes, that people is quite ugly, not all the spanish people πŸ™‚
    but well…
    at least there is not any picture with a bull or something like that

    but some nice pics, I have to say, stam is wonderful

    Reply
  8. topic after topic…
    spain is so much more than this…
    and yes, that people is quite ugly, not all the spanish people πŸ™‚
    but well…
    at least there is not any picture with a bull or something like that

    but some nice pics, I have to say, stam is wonderful

    Reply
  9. This editorial is stunning. I love the first photo, it's become my favorite pic of all time. My 2nd fave is the one on the horse. Seville is one of the most beautiful cities in the world!

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  10. This editorial is stunning. I love the first photo, it's become my favorite pic of all time. My 2nd fave is the one on the horse. Seville is one of the most beautiful cities in the world!

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  11. I love this editorial but it kinda reminds me of a vogue editorial i saw back then (the model was naomi campbell). But this one is better!

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  12. I love this editorial but it kinda reminds me of a vogue editorial i saw back then (the model was naomi campbell). But this one is better!

    Reply
  13. I love this editorial but it kinda reminds me of a vogue editorial i saw back then (the model was naomi campbell). But this one is better!

    Reply
  14. What in the world? Her hair look awful. The locations are not contiguous. And the styling looks like the last dregs of a final sale at woodbury commons.

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  15. What in the world? Her hair look awful. The locations are not contiguous. And the styling looks like the last dregs of a final sale at woodbury commons.

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  16. What in the world? Her hair look awful. The locations are not contiguous. And the styling looks like the last dregs of a final sale at woodbury commons.

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  17. The styling in some of the pictures is simply amazing. And I do love some of the pictures, don't get me wrong. But I hate the image this gives of Spain, because it looks as if there weren't cars even, and it's a very modern country. No one wears the typical sevillian dress on the streets, believe me, and the guys aren't dressed normally like that, so it's a fictional image they're giving of Seville, and I just wanted to point that out.
    (People have other things to do instead of standing in the street playing the guitar.)

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  18. The styling in some of the pictures is simply amazing. And I do love some of the pictures, don't get me wrong. But I hate the image this gives of Spain, because it looks as if there weren't cars even, and it's a very modern country. No one wears the typical sevillian dress on the streets, believe me, and the guys aren't dressed normally like that, so it's a fictional image they're giving of Seville, and I just wanted to point that out.
    (People have other things to do instead of standing in the street playing the guitar.)

    Reply

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