Marloes Horst, playful Princesse

Princesse Tam Tam named their lingerie label after the 1935 film of the same name starring exotic star of the day Josephine Baker. True to the label’s philosophy, their garments embody a playfulness, character, and sense of luxury reflective of Baker’s Parisian adventures. Marloes Horst makes a perfect modern pin-up girl for the brand’s Spring 2010 offering of bold colours and floral prints.

Marloes Horst lingerie shoot for Princesse Tam Tam

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Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010
Marloes Horst: Princesse Tam lingerie Spring 2010

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