Boots but no clothes: now it’s Natalia Vodianova (gallery + video)

Knee high boots may be in, but apparently so is pairing them with very little else. For campaigns and shoots, at least.

This shot of Natalia Vodianova is from Stuart Weitzman’s fall 2012 campaign; while the other naked-yet-booted images we refer to are those of Miranda Kerr’s booty in Harper’s Bazaar US.

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Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Natalia Vodianova: Stuart Weitzman F/W '12 campaign
Natalia Vodianova: Stuart Weitzman F/W '12 campaign
Natalia Vodianova: Stuart Weitzman F/W '12 campaign
Natalia Vodianova: Stuart Weitzman F/W '12 campaign
Natalia Vodianova: Stuart Weitzman F/W '12 campaign

Natalia’s shoot – photographed by Mario Testino – is styled with a sweet 1960s feel to it, capturing the mix of sensuality and vulnerability that drew the brand to her. According to the campaign’s notes, the imagery “plays on the fact that Stuart Weitzmans are the first thing you put on in the morning and the last thing you take off at night.”

You can watch the behind-the-scenes video of Natalia Vodianova for Stuart Weitzman above, or click on the thumbnails to view more of the campaign images.

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