Oh, Pretty Woman: Nicole Trunfio

While some die-hard fans will find it blasphemous for me to say so, I’ve never really been a big fan of Pretty Woman. But even so I can recognise the pop-cultural significance of Julia Roberts in thigh high patent boots and the introduction of Roy Orbison to a new generation. It was an unconventional love story, and it was fun. Aram Bedrossian’s approach to a photoshoot inspired by the film is equally as fun, especially when those famed patent boots and blonde bobbed wig enter the picture. Nicole Trunfio flits between pensive and whimsical in a way that reflects the moods of the film (to my memory, though I confess it’s been a while since I’ve seen it).

nicole trunfio pretty woman

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2
Nicole Trunfio: Lovecat issue 2

Perhaps it’s time for me to give the film another shot?

The shoot is from the second issue of Lovecat magazine which, from what we’ve seen so far, looks well worth picking up. You can view more Pretty Woman featuring Nicole Trunfio at the thumbnails above.

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