A romance in space and time

Like Pino Leone’s shoot for Bambi that we featured yesterday, Michel Perez’ offering from the same issue is black and white and sensual all over. But that’s where the similarities end. Leone’s work was sexually charged and strongly styled while this shoot, featuring Catrinel Menghia, is soft and of another era. The hair and makeup, the styling, the backdrops that beckon you to a fishing village somewhere away from Europe’s cities, are all the kind that hark back to those 60s icons like Brigitte Bardot and Sophia Loren.

Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6

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Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6
Catrinel Menghia: Bambi magazine issue 6

The Catrinel Menghia shoot appears in Bambi Magazine’s 6th issue. Be sure to check out more at bambimagazine.com.

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