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What’s not to love? A novel trend, perfectly presented

“What’s great about this country is that America started the tradition where the richest consumers buy essentially the same things as the poorest. You can be watching TV and see Coca-Cola, and you know that the President drinks Coke, Liz Taylor drinks Coke, and just think, you can drink Coke, too. A Coke is a Coke and no amount of money can get you a…
Hilda & Rebecca by Emma Dudlyke for Bambi Magazine XVIII
Hilda & Rebecca by Emma Dudlyke for Bambi Magazine XVIII
Hilda & Rebecca by Emma Dudlyke for Bambi Magazine XVIII
Hilda & Rebecca by Emma Dudlyke for Bambi Magazine XVIII
Hilda & Rebecca by Emma Dudlyke for Bambi Magazine XVIII
Hilda & Rebecca by Emma Dudlyke for Bambi Magazine XVIII
Hilda & Rebecca by Emma Dudlyke for Bambi Magazine XVIII
Hilda & Rebecca by Emma Dudlyke for Bambi Magazine XVIII

Behind-the-scenes exclusive with Bambi Northwood-Blyth & Volley

Volley’s famed tennis shoes were born all the way back in 1939. Since then, they’ve been something of an Australian institution. Why? They’re casual, cool, comfortable and really rather timeless. So in a time when sneakers are on trend for women as well as for men – and not just in sporting situations – they’re more relevant than ever. The brand’s summer 2014 campaign stars…
Volley S/S '14 campaign
Volley S/S '14 campaign
Volley S/S '14 campaign
Volley S/S '14 campaign
Volley S/S '14 campaign
Volley S/S '14 campaign
Volley S/S '14 campaign
Volley S/S '14 campaign

Who says that nudity can’t portray luxury? (NSFW)

A glimpse at a shred of gold casting its soft light upon a bare silhouette, the plain sensuality describing a lace cape that’s softly shading a physique of otherwise flawless proportions, and more of the opulent necklaces lining up shimmering stones, oversized pearls and edgy spikes: together they serve to prove that nudity too can portray the idea of luxury, the kind of lavishness stripped…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

Half masculine, half undressed (NSFW)

Hair slightly wet gently brushed across the forehead, skin glowing, lips lavishly glossed: it’s all there and it’s all screaming instant sex-appeal. And then her body revels in another beautiful juxtaposition, for when it is not concealed in severe button-downs and high-waisted tailored pants awash with menswear inspiration, it lies bare, undisguised, beautiful, freed of any constraints. Powerful, glamorous and highly sensual, Francesco Barion‘s photographs…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

A different kind of Moon (NSFW)

Moon Lee has a round face, round like the word moon, round like the moon itself. It’s fitting that Jean Francois Gschwindt should shoot her against blackness, from below, a shining thing in the sky of a glass tabletop. In other shots Moon sprawls, lounges, crawls, couches; or morphs into illusions of other worlds projected across her. The projection of a hotdog across her bare…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

The natural beauty, naked in nature

A natural beauty, all things considered, is best left as just that. Don’t cover her freckles or hide her eyes behind dark sunglasses, don’t interfere with the way her hair falls across her face in salty strands when half-dried by the sun. Let the sand that clings to her skin be the most lovely type of clothing, and the soft expression that graces her face…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

No room for anything other than plain beauty (NSFW)

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…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

Projections across a naked body make for utterly fascinating photos

Art within art, pictures within pictures, stories within stories… Jean Francois Gschwindt’s shoot for Bambi Magazine is a rare kind that calls you back for repeated viewings, again and again. Model Alice merges with the cinematic worlds being projected across her, dressed accordingly in a silk kimono, a leather harness. Or she becomes the married woman (“Une Femme Mariée”) from Jean-Luc Godard’s 1964 film, in…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

The girl who floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee

Marleen floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee. You just know it, when you look into her eyes, shining as they are from out beneath the two black storm clouds that streak across her brows. How someone conveys that mix of strength and sexuality is impossible to detail in a set of instructions – either you can do it or you can’t –…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

The long black veil

It’s natural to balk a little at the image of models posing amidst gravestones and – in this case – imposing stone mausoleums. Maybe there’s an irreverence to it, an impiety; to tread foot where the dead lie buried, especially for a cause as flippant as fashion. Let’s face it though: it’s not about disturbing the peace of the Sleepers, who are truly too far…
Marije & Kosta by Jus Vun for Bambi XVII
Marije & Kosta by Jus Vun for Bambi XVII
Marije & Kosta by Jus Vun for Bambi XVII
Marije & Kosta by Jus Vun for Bambi XVII
Marije & Kosta by Jus Vun for Bambi XVII
Marije & Kosta by Jus Vun for Bambi XVII
Marije & Kosta by Jus Vun for Bambi XVII
Marije & Kosta by Jus Vun for Bambi XVII

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