Brazil’s Supermodel Makes New Zealand Mag Shine

    Brazilian supermodel Cinthia MouraBrazilian supermodel Cinthia Moura, graces the ‘Gold Fever’ cover of Lucire out Monday, March 7, in a special feature shot by top New York photographer Yann Dandois.

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      Another Kiwi
      Good on these guys for putting mags on an international level and exporting””none of the other fashion mags in NZ have the guts to, except for Pavement. About time someone addressed NZ’s pathetic exporting record by delivering a bloody good cover and going for a cover model who has an international profile in the industry – and then sticking the profits back into NZ. Those who don’t understand the importance of this should keep to themselves.

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      Finally!
      Brazil has a model who looks Braziian not Aryan like Gisele Bundchen and the other blondies. Outside of Adriana Lima, there are few brunette models only blonde German types. The world wants to see the other faces of Brazil besides the German Aryan models.

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      a kiwi
      actually, its a happy country. full of green lands and beautiful girls who know who they are. unlike briziallian girls who are a dime a dozen and all look and dress the same. no doubt this model is selling herself for a bargin.

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      A Kiwi
      Who cares if a Brazilian model ended up on the cover? New Zealand should be promoting their own gals.. It really is a sad country of sheep farmers and digruntled Indians.

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