Friday, July 30, 2010
"American magazine Jacques is one such example that’s been embracing a return to naturalistic, '70s-style porn. The one-year-old quarterly has proved itself to be a rampant early bloomer of the best variety, and has since ended up shelved alongside V Magazine, Vogue, Purple, Self Service and Interview in stores across the world.
The result is kind of similar to the tingling advertising of American Apparel; full of natural honeys that you wish lived next door to you. Jacques features women of all shapes, colours and sizes, and is one of the few magazines whose pages you’ll stick together that refuse to retouch their ladies. Even the magazine’s editor, Danielle Luft, has been known to get down for her craft. That’s dedication."
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