Faceless beauty stalks the pages of Schön

Edgy, sexy, visually compelling. All adjectives that apply, unfailingly, to Pierre Dal Corso’s (pierredalcorso.com) work. His latest shoot strikes its magic into the pages of Schön! Magazine’s 19th issue, with model Jessiann Gravel morphing from strong-featured beauty into anonymous mannequin depending on Emeline Piot’s styling.

Pierre dal Corso for Schon

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Jessiann Gravel by Pierre Dal Corso for Schon! Magazine (NSFW)
Jessiann Gravel by Pierre Dal Corso for Schon! Magazine (NSFW)
Jessiann Gravel by Pierre Dal Corso for Schon! Magazine (NSFW)
Jessiann Gravel by Pierre Dal Corso for Schon! Magazine (NSFW)
Jessiann Gravel by Pierre Dal Corso for Schon! Magazine (NSFW)
Jessiann Gravel by Pierre Dal Corso for Schon! Magazine (NSFW)
Jessiann Gravel by Pierre Dal Corso for Schon! Magazine (NSFW)
Jessiann Gravel by Pierre Dal Corso for Schon! Magazine (NSFW)
Jessiann Gravel by Pierre Dal Corso for Schon! Magazine (NSFW)

If the mention of anonymity seems a strange one, click through the shoot and you’ll see what we mean, as Gravel models everything from a face-covering body stocking to fiercely fetishist outfits to nothing at all. You can view the full shoot by clicking on the thumbnails.

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