What it’s like to wear lingerie in a busy street: weekend watch

If you saw Peter Coulson‘s Night On The Town shoot for Bellechasse lingerie, one of the questions that might have flitted through your mind was the question of how it was shot. Or more to the point, of how daring model Teisha Lowry must be to pose in the middle of a busy city in nothing but lingerie and heels.

This fun behind-the-scenes video will answer that question.

bellechasse lingerie video

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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

Watch the video by Arterium (arterium.net) of Peter Coulson (peter-coulson.com.au) shooting Night On The Town above. You can also view the shoot at the gallery if you missed it the first time.

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