Luma Grothe is a famous Brazilian model, which some compare to Adriana Lima for beauty and professional future. In particular, we have seen her in the spot Olympéa of Paco Rabanne.
Luma comes from Joinville, Santa Catarina, a city in southern Brazil. Pronounciation of her last name is Gro-tay. The mix German-Japanese-African gave her blue eyes make her very different from the typical Brazilian beauties, almost ethereal, perfect choice for the spot before mentioned.
Spotted at 16 and signed immediately after, Luma moved to Sao Paulo, encouraged by her united family. Merely six months later, she was on her way to London, which marked a sharp turn in her career. With her positive attitude and bubbly spirit, she learned English in less than three months and started making a name for herself.
Luma was also testimonial of L’Oreal Paris, joining Karlie Kloss, Jennifer Lopez, Julianne Moore and many others. Famous throughout the world for its elegance “feline” and his magnetic gaze, she fascinated also Cyril Chapuy, Global President of L’Oreal Paris, which states: “Luma has a magnetic charisma, combined with his eyes emerald green makes one of the most trendy models of the future. It is the manifesto of a modern beauty and multicultural. We are very happy to welcome her into the family L’Oreal Paris”.
Set on an amazing path to the runways of Paris, Milan and New York, Luma has walked for leading fashion brands such as Burberry, Vivienne Westwood, Versace and Dsquared2. When she isn’t posing for Mario Testino, Ellen Von Unwerth or Mert & Marcus among others, Luma is on the covers of highly influential magazines.