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jazminde'jon1, Model

ID:15752
Lanham,  Maryland
I am a confident fashion model, with a lifelong passion to model, I'm interested in Rockin the Runway for some big names yes!! As for now, Im working my way up.


Would love to work with the best so  let me know what type of job Im doing, Your vision.
when?where? ETC. And lets create!
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Age:25
Height:5' 8" (172 cm)
Weight:143 lb (65 kg)
Chest:36" B (91 cm)
Waist:30" (76 cm)
Hips:40" (102 cm)
Eye Color:Brown
Hair Color:Black
Dress Size: 6 US
Shoe Size: 10 US  (42 EU)
Skin Color:Brown
Ethnicity: African American
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Comments (1)
Alex Poteat  wrote about jazminde\'jon1 on 01/09/11   07:38 AM     
Yes you are BEAUTIFUL!!!!! Please let me know if you would be interested in doing a photo shoot. Please keep up the great work and I hope to work together one day soon.

Thank You
Alex Poteat

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