More bunny ears: Skye Stracke in Marie Claire

With her big eyes and a cutesy side ponytail, Perth model Skye Stracke certainly looks the part of the classic Aussie girl-next-door. In cosy furs, over the knee boots and jodhpur-style pants, Skye looks perfectly in place with the country setting. And in amidst it all photographer Jock Sturges throws in this elegant black and white shot of Skye in bunny ears.

Skye Stracke wears bunny ears in Marie Claire Italy

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Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009
Skye Stracke in Marie Claire Italy November 2009

The full editorial, which is titled ‘Wild’, can be found at the gallery below.

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