Thursday, 6 June 2019

Jonas Brothers graced the cover of a special digital men's edition of Harper's Bazaar

Nick, Joe and Kevin are releasing their first studio album in 10 years. Entitled Happiness Begins, it reunites the musical trio a decade after the 2009 album Lines, Vines and Trying Times.


And to promote it, the brothers have graced the cover of a special digital men's edition of Harper's Bazaar. Dressed in retro suede Gucci suits, they channel some 1960s rock royalty.


 It's fitting for the title of the profile by Jason Gay, Jonas Brothers: From Pop Stars to Rock Stars. It recounts their rise from teen heartthrobs to sex symbols of the music industry.

The looks they serve in the shoot by photographer Eric Ray Davidson seem to be tailored to their current edgier, more adult aesthetic.

One photo features Nick in a black faux fur coat while Joe rocks a cognac corduroy duster and Kevin sports the chunkiest of cable-knit turtlenecks, all by Michael Kors.

Another shows the brothers in a warm color palette of summer-ready Palm Springs poolside casual looks. Kevin goes bold in a Mr. Turk jumpsuit as Joe goes cozy in a Missoni cardigan and Nick goes sexy in a Bode floral-printed shirt.

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