On and off camera, in the comfort of our homes or on the busy streets, clothes become our second skin, our armor, our string of emotions untold, of feelings unsolved. And for as much as we like to hide and rediscover ourselves in intricately crafted layers of fabrics, it’s when we finally let go of all exquisiteness that we commence to learn about our true natures. Beneath the surface, in full essence.
Rosanna Faraci choose to channel her inner model again for a black and white series of portraits captured by photographer Peter Coulson. Fearless, laid-back, exuding confidence in just a pair of ripped jeans, Rosanna showcases the kind of raw beauty people adore to see on film. Half tomboy, half femme fatale, she fires your imagination with the burning light in her eyes.
A vision in black and white, Rosanna Faraci proves that she still belongs in front of the camera. Ripped jeans or no clothes at all, there’s nothing able to really stand in the way of an untamed spirit, hidden in a flawless body, ready to take the world by storm.
Pursue the gallery for the complete shoot and visit Peter Coulson’s website for more of his gorgeous work.