Hot Or Not: Kobe Bryant’s L.A. Times Photo Shoot
Kobe Bryant recently did a photo shoot and interview for L.A. Times Magazine.
The stylist, James Valeri, explained the concept on L.A. Times’ Lakers Blog:
“The concept was about shooting everything in white. That was Ruven’s idea [photographer Ruven Afanador]. But I wanted to do something more modern and less conventional and less cliched….It’s a more modern silhouette. It’s not like, ‘Let’s just put Kobe in a pair of pants and a shirt or in a suit.’ The clothing is all layered.”
Here’s the condensed version of Kobe’s interview: he hates bees and dog poop, he has someone whose job it is to pick up his dog’s poop, he beat Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens in Guitar Hero, and during the photoshoot he listened to the following artists: Jay-Z, Kanye West, Talib Kweli and The Roots.
Is this a good look for Kobe? See more pics below, and click HERE for the full interview.
Check out this video where Kobe and his teammates discuss the shoot:
Source: L.A. Times