Alessandra Ambrosio gets dirty

It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful picture of Alessandra Ambrosio. And yet, in this one by Russel James, she’s covered not with makeup but with dirt, covered not by clothing but by her wild, unruly hair.

Alessandra Ambrosio by Russel James

The stunning photo was shot for the Nomad Two Worlds art collection.

On his Facebook page, James said:

Finally had the opportunity to shoot Alessandra Ambrosio for Nomad Two Worlds in a collaboration with Chumash Indian Museum. In 2013 I look forward to seeing the photographs from the series transformed into collaborative art pieces with native american artists. The art pieces will become a permanent part of Nomad Two Worlds art collection as it continues to travel the world. Thanks Ale and the amazing custodians of Chumash Indian Museum for bringing this together in 2012!

From Russel James’ Facebook.

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