Mon by Jessie Obialor: weekend beauty

In the sparse, empty space of an old dance studio, model Mon looks innocent – almost lost or abandoned and doubly so in the princessly tulle frocks of Pamela Usanto. At other times she has the lithe body of a ballerina clad only in soft lingerie pieces by Hopeless Lingerie.

Jessie Obialor’s (jessieo.viewbook.com) shoot of Mon has a moodiness to it that’s almost forlorn and yet intensely beautiful in every frame. The softly innocent look was aided by understated makeup by Leonie Karragiannis.

Mon by Jessie Obialor

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Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor
Mon by Jessie Obialor

View the full shoot by clicking on the thumbnails and perusing the gallery.

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