Pasadena, California-born popular glamour model Lux Luxiboo pushes the envelope and channels her inner-Janine and The Mixtape as she stars in this ultra-sexy new homage video by Los Angeles photographer Von Vlex Jackson, “Hold Me”. A video and print project, the 195k-followed model delivers several intimate moment in the one-scene shower flaunting her bare all adored 36-25-39 frame. Shown in the video above, arguably Lux’s finest moment of her modeling career as she displays beautiful pain without saying a single word. Audiences will be captured by her natural look and caught in amazement and intrigue simultaneously.

Jackson and Luxiboo released an official synopsis describing the inspiration behind the visual in their own word:
“This series was inspired by the song “Hold Me” by Janine & The Mixtape. We wanted to deliver a different mood than the typical ‘sexy glam’ shots that Lux’s fans are used to. Lux was a trooper and shot most of this set in pouring rain & cold temperatures over a long day. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed creating it.”

Discovered at 13 by Barbizon Models after Lux’s mother noticed her impressive height and exotic Filipino and Irish-descent look. By the time Lux reached college, she had established herself as an award-winning commercial model and been invited to compete at IMTA (International Modeling & Talent Association). Since 2012, Lux has starred in several music videos for mainstream acts like Frank Ocean (“Pyramids”) and OT Genasis (“Jackie Chan”). Her main attractions being promotional campaigns, Lux has been the face of 106.7FM KROQ Kevin & Bean Show’s Miss Double D-cember (2013), Popular Demand, and Mate Fit. Luxiboo has also been on the cover model for SHOW Magazine (Issue #27) and FHM Philippines (January 2014). By 2016, Lux has became a regular promotional host throughout Southern California’s nightlife and recently starred in a video with fellow popular indie glamour models Dawn and Justene Jaro for recording artist Cheech Bundy entitled, “This is 4”

Prints and extended version of “Hold Me” is available for purchase right now on Lux’s official website.

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