Tribal hotness with Karmen Pedaru

Recognise this little piece of leopard-print hot pant goodness? We first spotted them on the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2010 runway and then of course on the ever-daring Miss Daisy Lowe. But if ever you wondered at a more practical application for them, then perhaps this is it: a tribal feel, neutral coloured safari jacket, and solid gold accessories.

Karmen Pedaru in hot pants

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Karmen Pedaru: Numero February 2010
Karmen Pedaru: Numero February 2010
Karmen Pedaru: Numero February 2010
Karmen Pedaru: Numero February 2010
Karmen Pedaru: Numero February 2010
Karmen Pedaru: Numero February 2010
Karmen Pedaru: Numero February 2010
Karmen Pedaru: Numero February 2010
Karmen Pedaru: Numero February 2010
Karmen Pedaru: Numero February 2010

More updated safari looks ensue with the rest of the shoot.

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