JOJA co-founder Josephine Skriver-Karlsen attended an event for Closed Denim at the plant-based Italian restaurant Margot in Culver City on Monday. The 29-year-old Society Management Model made sure to rep the German jeans brand in a $290 pair of their ‘A Better Blue Flared-X’ pants.
The half-Dutch, half-Danish beauty completed her casual attire with minimal make-up, gold hoop earrings, and she combed back her brunette bob. Tuesday marked ‘moving day’ for Josephine, who enlisted the services of Roadway Moving in exchange for an obvious paid partnership.
Josephine flaunted her impressively taut tummy with etched abs by wearing a white long-sleeved crop-top. Skriver also toted a tangerine-colored purse and wore white shades and matching platform sneakers.
The SI Swimsuit stunner and the Las Vegas-born 33-year-old who began dating in 2013 recently returned from a vacation to Copenhagen where they attended the Tour De France as well as a music festival. Alexander teased on Tuesday that he has ‘an album to make’ a full year after the release of his last single, You’ve Created a Monster.
Skriver and her husband of three months Bohnes rocker Alexander DeLeon bought their 1,600-square-foot, three-bedroom Hollywood Hills home in 2020 for $2.35M, and they also own a house in Nashville.
Josephine wed DeLeon on April 3 at the Acre Resort near San José del Cabo in Mexico. The devoted Raiders fans then threw a second ceremony on the 50-yard line of Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas a few weeks later.
The 45-year-old San Francisco bra brand – which previously only employed tall, thin, long-haired models hasn’t had a televised fashion show since 2018 after a sharp financial decline. Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty and its inclusive, innovative Amazon Prime presentations has since usurped Victoria’s Secret.
Skriver will next appear in Matt Tyrnauer’s three-part documentary Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons, which drops this Thursday on Hulu. The 5ft11in catwalker earned her ‘wings’ back in 2016 from the newly relaunched lingerie label, whose CEO Les Wexner notoriously gave the late Jeffrey Epstein ‘power of attorney’ over L Brands.