Love may be a drug, but it’s lust that’s truly, dangerously addictive. In Nicolas Guerin‘s latest shoot for Fiasco, it’s the power of a woman over a man that becomes a spell, rendering him incapable of thinking of anything but her.

Woman here is powerful and empowered, an enchantress using her wiles to take what she wants. But what of the point of view of he who has been enraptured?

For him, it’s about the satisfaction of giving in, of losing oneself even to something we know we shouldn’t. Especially to something we know we shouldn’t. To stand at the edge of the precipice and wonder at the abyss, not certain we’ll be able to pull ourselves back. That’s to be under the spell.

Fiasco Nicolas Guerin

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She Put A Spell On Me by Nicolas Guerin (NSFW)
She Put A Spell On Me by Nicolas Guerin (NSFW)
She Put A Spell On Me by Nicolas Guerin (NSFW)
She Put A Spell On Me by Nicolas Guerin (NSFW)
She Put A Spell On Me by Nicolas Guerin (NSFW)
She Put A Spell On Me by Nicolas Guerin (NSFW)
She Put A Spell On Me by Nicolas Guerin (NSFW)
She Put A Spell On Me by Nicolas Guerin (NSFW)
She Put A Spell On Me by Nicolas Guerin (NSFW)

The styling by Julien Mazzoli and Sofia San Zy Prast incorporates crosses and holy beads to further drive home the notion of something forbidden, sinful.

Boldly erotic, beautifully photographed with a gritty, dark edge, you can view all of Nicolas Guerin’s (nicolasguerin.com) shoot for Fiasco by clicking on the gallery.

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