Cintia Dicker and Jesus Luz in 3D

It would seem Jacques Dequeker has a thing for 3D. This time it’s red haired beauty Cintia Dicker and Brazillian toyboy Jesus Luz steaming it up for the Ellus Winter 2010 campaign.

There’s a bit of nudity in this 3-dimensional romp proving that not even clothing campaigns are shying away from the trend. But what about 3D as a trend for fashion shoots? Since not everyone has 3D glasses lying around, it’s probably going to remain a novelty until high quality 3D TVs and monitors become a product of mass consumption.

Cintia Dicker and Jesus Luz 3D

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Cintia Dicker & Jesus Luz: Ellus Winter 2010 lookbook
Cintia Dicker & Jesus Luz: Ellus Winter 2010 lookbook
Cintia Dicker & Jesus Luz: Ellus Winter 2010 lookbook
Cintia Dicker & Jesus Luz: Ellus Winter 2010 lookbook
Cintia Dicker & Jesus Luz: Ellus Winter 2010 lookbook
Cintia Dicker & Jesus Luz: Ellus Winter 2010 lookbook
Cintia Dicker & Jesus Luz: Ellus Winter 2010 lookbook

If you do have some 3D glasses handy right now, put them on and click through the gallery below. If you don’t, you can check it out anyway but it probably won’t be quite as thrilling.

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