A portrait of French beauty, Dolores Doll

With a name like Dolores Doll, how could this French-born beauty be anything but that – a beauty? Sebastian Cviq‘s new shoot for REVS magazine is singular in its aim of making every shot all about the model; coming together to form a captivating portrait of Dolores Doll.

Styling by Monika Kandefer is kept similarly minimal, limited to bronzed bare skin and gauzy white blouses, while hair and makeup artist Katja Skauen Jørgensen doesn’t fail to recognise (and therefor accentuate) the model’s natural strengths: strong, full brows and thick wavy hair.

Dolores Doll nude shoot

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Dolores Doll by Sebastian Cviq for REVS (NSFW)
Dolores Doll by Sebastian Cviq for REVS (NSFW)
Dolores Doll by Sebastian Cviq for REVS (NSFW)
Dolores Doll by Sebastian Cviq for REVS (NSFW)
Dolores Doll by Sebastian Cviq for REVS (NSFW)
Dolores Doll by Sebastian Cviq for REVS (NSFW)

If there’s a sensuality emanating from Doll it’s the kind that’s born where girlishness and womanhood intersect – the natural beauty of youth meeting self-awareness and maturity. Beautifully shot and worth viewing in full, you can check out the whole portrait of Dolores Doll by Sebastian Cviq (sebastiancviq.com) by clicking on the gallery.

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