Daria Werbowy: hot steamy nights & all that jazz

No doubt this sexualised, racialised shoot featuring Daria Werbowy will polarise readers into camps of lovers and haters. Mikael Jansson‘s photography is dark and oily and heavy on detail. The scenes are gritty and steamy and busy. I’m not sure of the thought process behind it, but the title – Let’s Get Lost – could be referencing the documentary of the same name about jazz-legend-turned-drug-addict Chet Baker.

Daria Werbowy in Interview

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Daria Werbowy: Interview May 2010
Daria Werbowy: Interview May 2010
Daria Werbowy: Interview May 2010
Daria Werbowy: Interview May 2010
Daria Werbowy: Interview May 2010
Daria Werbowy: Interview May 2010
Daria Werbowy: Interview May 2010
Daria Werbowy: Interview May 2010
Daria Werbowy: Interview May 2010
Daria Werbowy: Interview May 2010

Are you a lover or a hater of Interview Magazine‘s provocative shoot? You can click on the gallery below to view it in full and leave your comments.

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