Loveless but lovely in lingerie

Love Dont Live Here Anymore, sings the lonesome title of this shoot by Anthony Tosello.

Model Ebony has such an angelic face that you can’t help but think well played when you see how the styling by Meg Hutchens and the hair/makeup by Kirstin Olds took shape. It’s imbued with a bit of retro 1960s nostalgia. She’s like the girl who has it in her to be unholily sexy but is too sweet to be conscious of the fact. She’s abandoned; a little bit listless with life.

ebony by anthony tosello

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Love Donât Live Here Anymore by Anthony Tolsello &  Meg Hutchens
Love Donât Live Here Anymore by Anthony Tolsello &  Meg Hutchens
Love Donât Live Here Anymore by Anthony Tolsello &  Meg Hutchens
Love Donât Live Here Anymore by Anthony Tolsello &  Meg Hutchens
Love Donât Live Here Anymore by Anthony Tolsello &  Meg Hutchens
Love Donât Live Here Anymore by Anthony Tolsello &  Meg Hutchens
Love Donât Live Here Anymore by Anthony Tolsello &  Meg Hutchens
Love Donât Live Here Anymore by Anthony Tolsello &  Meg Hutchens
Love Donât Live Here Anymore by Anthony Tolsello &  Meg Hutchens
Love Donât Live Here Anymore by Anthony Tolsello &  Meg Hutchens
Love Donât Live Here Anymore by Anthony Tolsello &  Meg Hutchens
Love Donât Live Here Anymore by Anthony Tolsello &  Meg Hutchens

The babydoll colours and delicate lace contrast deliberately against the grungey warehouse setting – making the beauty of our protagonist stand out all the more.

You can view the full shoot by Anthony Tosello at the gallery above.

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