Among the most promising names of the new generation of Italian actors, Jozef Gjura owns an impressive CV. He made his film debut in Mario Martone’s multi-award-winning “Capri-Revolution”, then he participated in the popular teen dramedy “Sul più bello” and its two sequels, “Ancora più bello” and “Sempre più bello”.
For Youth Babilonia editorial, the 28-year-old actor shows the same dynamism and versatility that he displayed on screen, interpreting the most disparate fashion moods through the fancy combinations chosen for him by the stylist, with the key pieces of renowned labels and talented designers (e.g. Salvatore Ferragamo, Dolce&Gabbana, Paul Smith, Çanaku, Vìen, Ilenia Corti Vernissage). We see him first wrapped in a total leather in a rock look or dressed in velvet jackets completed with eye-catching jeweller. Then, he interprets a vintage elegance (with spotless trousers and neck scarf) or wears checked kilts, lurex pullovers with shiny details, bandana print blouses worn with dark trousers and studded trainers.