Sessilee Lopez in Treats! Magazine

Treats! Magazine‘s aesthetic is one that needs no introduction. It’s one where nudity and sensuality are inextricably tied to fashion, where style begins with the body, where the concept of the erotic gets reinvented time and again.

Heralding in the release of Treats!’ fourth issue is another of those shoots featuring unabashed nudity celebrating the body as a thing of beauty. Sessilee Lopez is fiercely styled by Vanessa Geldbach into lingerie pieces from Kiki de Montparnasse, Louboutin boots and tribal-esque jewellery by Anndra Neen.

Sessilee Lopez nude in treats

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Sessilee Lopez by Mark Seliger: Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Sessilee Lopez by Mark Seliger: Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Sessilee Lopez by Mark Seliger: Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Sessilee Lopez by Mark Seliger: Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Sessilee Lopez by Mark Seliger: Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Sessilee Lopez by Mark Seliger: Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Sessilee Lopez by Mark Seliger: Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Sessilee Lopez by Mark Seliger: Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Sessilee Lopez by Mark Seliger: Treats! Magazine (NSFW)

Mark Seliger photographed the series, which you can view at the gallery above.

Visit treatsmagazine.com for more from the issue.

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