Luma Grothe fashion model
December 12, 1993
5 ft 9 in | 175 cm
32-23-34 in | 83-58-86.5 cm
57 kg | 126 pounds
7 US | 37 EU
Luma Grothe was born in Joinville, Santa Catarina, Brazil, on December 12, 1993 is an Brazilian supermodel. She was discovered at age of 16, at modeling competition in the south of Brazil. She made her catwalk debut for the Alessa and New Order in 2011.
Luma walked in the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in 2016.
Long time highly ranked on The Money Girls List by models.com.
She started dating Austrailian model Nick Youngquest in 2015.
Fan of actress Angelina Jolie.
She featured in short thriller video Fleurs du Mal (2011).
Lives in New York City.
Elle Brasil, Grey Italy, Issue Magazine, Harper's Bazaar Singapore, SNC Russia, Air France Madame, Harper's Bazaar Serbia, Grazia France, Madame Figaro, Vogue Italia, L'Officiel Thailand, L'Officiel Brasil, Glamour Germany, Elle Portugal and Belgium, Elle Russia, Harper's Bazaar Brazil, Harper's Bazaar Mexico and Latin America, Vs. Magazine.
L'Oreal, DKNY Intimates, Aker, Armani Exchange, Santa Lolla, Dolce & Gabbana, Paco Rabanne, Forum, Philipp Plein, Dsquared2.
Walked runway for Redemption, Emanuel Ungaro, Jeremy Scott, Cushnie et Ochs, Ermanno Scervino, Public School, Versace, Matthew Williamson, Joseph, Etam, Philipp Plein, Blugirl, Frankie Morello, Vivienne Westwood.
Represented by agencies Paris Oui Management, New York Women Management, Elite Milan, London Premier Model Management.
I always want to look my best so I probably go to the gym 4–5 times per week for an hour.
I’m German, African and Japanese. My dad is a mix of German and Japanese and African, and my mom is German.
I definitely dream about building my own house somewhere — like maybe Long Island or somewhere more near nature.
It’s important that the model is healthy, for herself but also so that people can see what is really beautiful.
I think that modeling is — you never know you’re ready. You just never know. You just go with the flow. My clients always called me back to work again with them, and I was very happy about that.
The main difference I think I have with the American way of life in terms of beauty is the simplicity Brazilian people have. My daily routine is quite simple and I’m so grateful to my parents for that.
I always have a lip moisturizer and a mascara, both from L’Oréal Paris. My essential are basics, but basic is chic. Always be natural - that’s how I feel the best.