Some things warrant deep analysis and interpretation, and some things are just plain sexy. Pierre Dal Corso is one of those photographers that can do either fantastically but especially the latter – you need only look at his latest work for French magazine OOB.

Model Eliza Sys stars in the accessories-focused shoot, in which clothing rarely clutters the scene. Instead it’s just Sys’ stunning body, fiery red lips and nails, curtain of bangs and a range of jewellery pieces, bags and high heeled shoes.

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Eliza by Pierre Dal Corso for OOB Magazine (NSFW)
Eliza by Pierre Dal Corso for OOB Magazine (NSFW)
Eliza by Pierre Dal Corso for OOB Magazine (NSFW)
Eliza by Pierre Dal Corso for OOB Magazine (NSFW)
Eliza by Pierre Dal Corso for OOB Magazine (NSFW)
Eliza by Pierre Dal Corso for OOB Magazine (NSFW)
Eliza by Pierre Dal Corso for OOB Magazine (NSFW)
Eliza by Pierre Dal Corso for OOB Magazine (NSFW)
Eliza by Pierre Dal Corso for OOB Magazine (NSFW)

The retro film feel of the shoot is deliberate on Dal Corso’s part, only adding to the sex-appeal of the images.

Styled by Sophie Clauzel, with hair by Muriel Vancauwen and makeup by Christina Lutz, you can view the full shoot by Pierre Dal Corso (pierredalcorso.com) at the gallery.

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