Like a prayer

One of the interesting things about photoshoots is seeing how a recurrent theme gets reinterpreted time and again. Take, for example, the theme of religion, which has been a common one across the past year or two leading us to lose count of how many big-name models we’ve seen wearing nothing but a nun habit. This shoot by Camille Domain tackles the religion theme once again and does it with styling that’s a little more sombre, a little less sexualised (with the exception of one entirely sheer outfit where Anzhela Turenko’s modesty is smartly kept safe behind a bible), and on the whole a unique mix of demure, edgy, and sexy.

Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)

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Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)
Anzhela Turenko by Camille Domain (NSFW)

Visit Camille Domain, and be sure to click on the gallery below for the rest of the shoot, which was styled by Aysha Wallace.

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