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kassandra love, Model

toronto,   Canada

MAY 21.22.+23 Torture Garden (Plastik Wrap Fashion Show)

Interested in Photographers.Designers.Aesthetics with creative ideas, and inviting concepts. Toronto based model, experianced in alternative modeling, with MUA knowledge. Looking to build my porfoilo with artists in the GTA, able to travel...   read more
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Height:5' 6" (167 cm)
Weight:100 lb (45 kg)
Eye Color:Blue
Hair Color:Blonde
Dress Size: 0 US
Shoe Size: 7.5 US  (38 EU)
Skin Color:White
Ethnicity: Caucasian
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konshens  wrote about kassandra love on 06/18/10   08:35 AM     
wanted to share with you a promo to one of the singles from my upcoming project Konshens and His State of Mind: The Progression (to be released in
August, 2010). The single is a dedication/celebration to "women" and
"mothers" for all that you do, deal with, and go through and through it all continue to RISE!!! REAL women are appreciated!!!


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