Nude and tattooed: floral skin as fashion

Paris-based photographer Pauline Darley is a little bit fearless when it comes to subject matter. Her latest shoot centers on nudity, tattoo art and heels – with little but a pair of high-waisted bloomers, an intricately beaded jacket, and a cupless corset making up at the fashion component, as styled by Charlotte Laplace. That’s no criticism by the way – between the flawless figure of model Sheri Chiu and the delicate floral tattoo art, created by Sess & Camille from MademoiselleMu, the shortage of clothing is not only deliberate but effective.

nude and tattooed

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Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)
Sheri by Pauline Darley (NSFW)

With hairstylist Felix Puget rounding out the shoot’s team, you can view the full shoot of floral tattooed Sheri Chiu at the gallery above.

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