Blonde, beautiful, and dangerously yours

The protagonist of Dangerously Yours is what you might get if you rolled James Bond, Moneypenny, and Pussy Galore into one. Part secretary, part spy, wholly dangerous: she’s a timely lead in the wake of Skyfall, the latest James Bond film to hit screens and one that’s garnering much acclaim. But she’s one that was also inspired by other cinematic thrillers and spy adventures. With her elegant blonde hair, model Sand Van Roy could easily be a classic Hitchcock heroine, embroiled in some mysterious and heart-stoppingly dramatic affair.

Dangerously Yours Lorent K and Oanell

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Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell
Dangerously Yours by Lorent K & Oanell

With a Hitchcock biopic also hitting screens, perhaps that makes this shoot doubly timely. For your eyes only: view the whole of this cinematic shoot by Lorent K and Oanell – beautifully styled by Tara Ziegfeld – by clicking on the gallery.

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