Doutzen Kroes dark & seductive for Numero

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Since Doutzen Kroes has been putting all her time into (and earning all her fortune from) Victoria’s Secret, we haven’t seen very much of her in the pages of magazines. Finding her way back out into the world of print pictorials for Numero Tokyo‘s May 2010 issue, we’re faced with a shoot that’s all black and darkly sexy. It’s nothing new – but with leather and elements of bondage, it does show a side of Doutzen we rarely get to see.

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Doutzen Kroes by Alexi Lubomirski
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Doutzen Kroes: Numero Tokyo May 2010
Doutzen Kroes: Numero Tokyo May 2010
Doutzen Kroes: Numero Tokyo May 2010
Doutzen Kroes: Numero Tokyo May 2010
Doutzen Kroes: Numero Tokyo May 2010
Doutzen Kroes: Numero Tokyo May 2010
Doutzen Kroes: Numero Tokyo May 2010
Doutzen Kroes: Numero Tokyo May 2010
Doutzen Kroes: Numero Tokyo May 2010
Doutzen Kroes: Numero Tokyo May 2010

The shots were taken by Alexi Lubomirski. View the rest by clicking on the thumbnails below.

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