Bambi Magazine‘s distinct take on nudity hides many flavours, each attributed to a specific palette of emotions, none lacking the sensibility we grew accustomed to recognize and be crazy about. The same longing for meaningful simplicity, the same drive to strip the female body of all unnecessary guises, the same thirst to make it all look honest and expressive, breaks through each and every single one of the black & white images carrying David Paul Larson‘s signature.

Jen by David Paul Larson

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Jen by David Paul Larson for for Bambi XVII (NSFW)
Jen by David Paul Larson for for Bambi XVII (NSFW)
Jen by David Paul Larson for for Bambi XVII (NSFW)
Jen by David Paul Larson for for Bambi XVII (NSFW)
Jen by David Paul Larson for for Bambi XVII (NSFW)

An equally barren room and the timid light pushing through the window glass are the only elements pure enough, and raw enough, to complement Jen’s effortless poses. Concluded with hair and makeup by Miguell Lledo, you can check the complete set of images by David Paul Larson, at the gallery.

Visit the Bambi Magazine website at bambimagazine.com.

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Shaped by all things beautiful and feminine, Nicoleta Parascan’s first steps towards entering the captivating world of fashion were taken somewhere around the young age of six, when she received her very own first fashion magazine. Discovering an entirely new universe, filled with pretty ladies and beautiful clothes, there was not much able to ever beat or compete with the fantasy land that was suddenly opening up. Surrounded by books, constantly thinking about the next best outfit, in search of a signature style and defined by a nostalgic calling towards the past, Nicoleta believes in taking chances, in destiny and in building her own path in life. When she’s not writing, you can easily find her playing with her cat, reading an old book, watching movies, exploring the city or blogging her own daily adventures.