Bellechasse lingerie after dark

This is not the first time Teisha Lowry has ventured through Melbourne’s streets wearing nothing but undergarments. Last time it was in the bright light of day. This time after nightfall. Both times the adventurous campaign was captured by the lens of Peter Coulson.

Both created for Bellechasse lingerie, the shoots aren’t just about a beautiful model wearing beautiful lingerie; they’re about confidence and daring and having something on underneath that’s ultimately glamorous enough that it can be seen by all. Even if it never actually is, Coulson’s campaigns are like a visual representation of the feeling of confidence that comes from wearing great lingerie.

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Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson
Bellechasse, Night on the Town by Peter Coulson

The full follow-up installment Night On The Town featuring Bellechasse lingerie can be found at the gallery above. Melbournians – you can also see how many recognisable landmarks you can spot.

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