Beautiful Black Women: Imaan Hammam Stars in High Jewelry Series for Vogue Paris

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Imaan Hammam Stars in High Jewelry Series for Vogue Paris

They’re like real… except they don’t really exist. Allow us to explain. Vogue Paris just released 13 “fake” covers showcasing the absolute best there is to offer this season in the high-end jewelry realm; featuring some of your favorite top models from around the world. One being the Moroccan/Egyptian stunner, Imaan Hammam. Therefore, allow us to tell you more about Imaan Hammam Stars in High Jewelry Series for Vogue Paris!

Imaan Hammam Stars in High Jewelry Series for Vogue Paris

Imaan Hammam Stars in High Jewelry Series for Vogue Paris





Diamonds are a girl’s best friend. As well as any other type of gorgeous rock that gleams. Nonetheless, there are many designer sparklers out there and the October 2018 edition is your complete guide to them all.

Supermodel Imaan Hammam is excited about her “icy” story for Vogue. Regarding her addition to the editorial Imaan states,

“Wow wow! Obsessed. Thank You Emmanuelle Alt and my favorite team! Mikael Jansson, James Pecis and Mark Carrasquillo. So happy to be apart of this!”

Vogue Paris also had a quick word in regards to their story of major bling. The magazine reveals,

“Fine jewelry like you’ve never seen it before; on 13 covers that never were. In the October issue of Vogue Paris out September 26. [Models] Imaan Hammam, Edie Campbell, Kaia Gerber and Rianne Van Rompaey take turns in the season’s finiest jewels. Shot by Mikael Jansson and styled by Emmanuelle Alt. Makeup by Mark Carrasquillo [and] hair by James Pecis.”

Imaan Hammam Stars in High Jewelry Series for Vogue Paris

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