Maud Le Fort has an unnatural quantity of sex appeal, that much is sure. Left to Pierre Dal Corso‘s direction, it can only be amplified.

Every shot of Maud is carefully constructed. Maud in a scene of symmetrical proportions, slotting into a neat rule of thirds. Maud left out-of-focus by deliberate accident, left hazy and sensual and filmic. Maud’s face a blur of smokey eyes and red lipstick, while your gaze tries to find sharpness but is left just short of satisfaction. Maud in a mirror, or through a glass door, or lit up by red lighting on a rooftop. Doesn’t Dal Corso know that red light bathes everything in eroticism? Yes, he does. And that is exactly the point.

maud le fort topless shoot

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Maud Le Fort by Pierre Dal Corso for French Revue de Modes (NSFW)
Maud Le Fort by Pierre Dal Corso for French Revue de Modes (NSFW)
Maud Le Fort by Pierre Dal Corso for French Revue de Modes (NSFW)
Maud Le Fort by Pierre Dal Corso for French Revue de Modes (NSFW)
Maud Le Fort by Pierre Dal Corso for French Revue de Modes (NSFW)
Maud Le Fort by Pierre Dal Corso for French Revue de Modes (NSFW)
Maud Le Fort by Pierre Dal Corso for French Revue de Modes (NSFW)
Maud Le Fort by Pierre Dal Corso for French Revue de Modes (NSFW)
Maud Le Fort by Pierre Dal Corso for French Revue de Modes (NSFW)
Maud Le Fort by Pierre Dal Corso for French Revue de Modes (NSFW)
Maud Le Fort by Pierre Dal Corso for French Revue de Modes (NSFW)

Dal Corso’s photography is as retro-infused as Marion Chambrette’s styling, in which plunging necklines, gold lamé dresses and furs feel right at home. With makeup by Corine Guess and hair by Seb le Coroller, you can view all of Pierre Dal Corso’s (pierredalcorso.com) latest work at the gallery.

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