Colombian singer Carol G. is the new image of Campaign of the Spanish brand loewe.
The Grammy-winning artist herself was in charge of uploading the photographs, for which she agreed with the result, since apparently they did not use photoshop, as she criticized on her recent cover with the magazine GQ.
“@loewe Paula’s Ibiza [email protected] ILoveUuuu // My first Campaign”, wrote the Colombian singer announcing her first Campaign modeling.
In March, “Bichota” participated in the front row of loewe by wearing a fitted design in gray with details in blue.
In addition, she attended fashion week in Paris, France, wearing an outfit created by British designer JW Anderson, creative director of the Spanish brand. loewewhose session was held in Ibiza, Spain.
The interpreter of “Tusa” models with a long white summer dress and a bag with gray tones. In another photo, she is seen submerged up to her neck in water, wearing dark glasses and her hair completely wet.
In the third snapshot you can see Carol G., lying on a sun chair, next to a pool, with her hands on her head, her legs half bent and wearing a black bathing suit as well as a bag of the same color. In the next photo, you can see Carol G. holding a green bag while standing up and behind her there is a wave, reports the RCN media.
in his first Campaign as a model for loewe comes out lying on the trunk of a leaning palm tree.
About the hot days, she posed comfortably seated in a chair, wearing a black dress, green sandals and a white bag.
Indeed, these photos were approved by the singer who, during her last presentation on the “Saturday Night Live” program, wore a T-shirt that read “Not photoshopped”as a reference to his complaint with GQ and the abuse of retouching.
Criticism of GQ magazine
“I don’t even know where to start this message… Today my cover of the magazine GQ, a cover with an image that does NOT represent me. My face doesn’t look like that, my body doesn’t look like that and I feel very happy and comfortable with how I look natural,” the artist commented at the beginning of April.
“I thank the magazine opportunity because I was very happy when they confirmed that I would be there, but despite making clear my disagreement with the number of edits they made to the photo, they did nothing about it, as if I needed all those changes to look good. I understand the repercussions that this can have, but beyond feeling that it is disrespectful to me, it is women who wake up every day looking to feel comfortable with ourselves despite society’s stereotypes, “he concluded.