Lamono #95

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Lamono #95

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  • Lamono #95


In this issue:
  • Total Look Photoshootings by Luiza Lacava.
  • Globe SS’14 Total look. No Bad Days by Camila Falquez. Model Alexandru Costin.
  • Fall Survival Kits by Andree Martis and Demian Dupuis.
  • Monotema by Alejandro Cinque. Photo: Lauren Field.
  • PURE by Gemma O’Brien
  • Monotema. Flower Woman by Eunice Adorno.
  • Asis Percales. Inked Heart by Manuela Alcatraz.
  • J. Grant Brittain. This is how all started by Ane Pujol.
  • Bastien Duverdier. Overflowing Glass by Luiza Lacava.
  • Blond Blues. Photograpy: Cecilia Alvarez – Hevia Arias. Models: Itziar Orbegozo, Alice Davis y Susann Moore.
  • Cicero de Guzman Jr. Riding The dream by Xavi Ocaña.
  • Cheryl Dunn. Street Purity by Barbara Esteban Romero.
  • Victor Castillo. La no-inocencia de la inocencia by Lara Tuner.
  • Maurice Rebeix. Pura Vida by Lorena Pedre.
  • Kim Francis. Close The Eyes to See by Bea Salas.
  • Kris Ville. Easy Man by Luiza Lacava.
  • Coté Escrivá. El subconsciente en forma de dibujos animados by Barbara Esteban.
  • Review. Bright Tradeshow. Winter 2014. Photos Luiza Lacava.
  • Review. Ray-Ban Envision Urban Art. Photos by Sophie Maud Andrieux.
  • Additional Information

    Author various
    Publisher self-published
    Page Count 142pp
    Publication Size 9 x 12
    Publication Notes perfect bound, color, text in English and Spanish
    Publication Date Spring 2014
    ISBN n/a

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