Who Says Nudity Can’t Portray Luxury?

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A glimpse at a shred of gold casting its soft light upon a bare silhouette, the plain sensuality describing a lace cape that’s softly shading a physique of otherwise flawless proportions, and more of the opulent necklaces lining up shimmering stones, oversized pearls and edgy spikes: together they serve to prove that nudity too can portray the idea of luxury, the kind of lavishness stripped down of all excess, the kind that’s so beautifully captured by Ivor Paanakker‘s lens.
Olga Kaminska personifies a modern Cleopatra, having her steps leave behind a thread of silk, her presence beautify every inch of a space made to look dim, exciting and brimming with possibility.Featuring styling by Jessica Gonzales Valdivia and makeup by Darien Touma.

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Webbed Jarretel by Bordelle, Pleasurements, gold turquoise collar necklace by Zara, lace cape by ASOS, gold turquoise cuff Bracelet by Anna Dello Russo for H&M, four-piece ring set by Maison Martin Margiela, Heeled sandals by Jeffrey Campbell

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Rachel with black lace by Cadolle, Pleasurements, layered spike necklace by ASOS, Feather necklace is stylist’s own, Pversized ring by Kate Spade New York

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Rachel with black lace by Cadolle, Pleasurements, gold tone embellished thin body harness by River Island, oversized ring by Kate Spade New York

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Beatrice carioca corset by La Perla , Pleasurements, opulent necklace by Matthew Williamson, hinged knuckle rings by eddie Borgo

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Webbed Jarretel by Bordelle, Pleasurements,Lace cape by ASOS, Gold turquoise cuff Bracelet by Anna Dello Russo for H&M, Four-piece ring set by Maison Martin Margiela, Heeled sandals by Jeffrey Campbell

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