Lingerie days: Monika by Filip Konikowski

Every so often a shoot just draws you in with its softness, its lazy sunday afternoon attitude filled with beauty and lingerie. Needless to say this photo series by Filip Konikowski is one of them – from a shot of model Monika casting her silk gown into the air, reflected against a mirror to turn her into a winged creature; to the closing shot of her in just stay-ups and underwear, long legs shot from behind as she looks out over the city.

monika by filip konikowski

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski
Monika by Filip Konikowski

Jo Blankfield’s sensual styling, Love Hawkridge’s makeup and beautiful flowing waves, and Konikowski’s light filled photography make up an effortlessly beautiful photo series that doesn’t try to be anything it’s not: just dreamy, soft, and filled with femininity.

Check out the whole shoot by Filip Konikowski (fkphotography.com.au) by clicking on the thumbnails.

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