MERRY CHRISTMAS: Explicit Milla Jovovich photos by Mario Sorrenti!

MERRY CHRISTMAS:

Purple Fashion Magazine FallWinter 2009,Photographed by Mario Sorrenti.

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Check out a Frida Kahlo influence on Luc Besson’s The 5th Element here

And last year’s Christmas post of Raquel Welsh being crucified here

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Brigitte Bardot on set of “And God Created Woman”

Brigitte Bardot on the set of ‘And God Created Woman’, 1956.

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Check out Bardot and Kirk Douglas at the beach in Cannes here

Brigitte Bardot on the set of ‘And God Created Woman’, 1956.

Kim Basinger for Playboy Magazine

Kim Basinger by Richard Fegley for Playboy US, February 1983.

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More on Facebook. Check out Melanie Griffith for Playboy Magazine here

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Yul Brynner’s erotic photos by George Platt Lynes

 Yul Brynner began acting and modeling in his twenties and early in his career he was photographed nude by George Platt Lynes (1907-1955). These shots were taken in 1942. No comment necessary.

I am not the author of these photos, unfortunately. All rights go to the lucky George Platt Lynes.
Do like us on Facebook, you know where and click here for a nude photo of Helmut Berger by Helmut Newton.

 

The only male nude by Helmut Newton

Luchino Visconti’s collaborator and lover, famous Austrian actor Helmut Berger (1944- ) starred in , Conversation Piece (1974), The Damned (1969), Ludwig (1972) etc. On Ludwig, he said that after the filming, he committed himself to a sanatorium in order to rid himself of Ludwig’s character who had taken over his real-life persona.
An alleged-bisexual, Berger is also the only man ever shot nude by Helmut Newton who confined most of his works to fashion photography. “I was never interested in naked men”, the photographer said. And yet here is the iconic picture.

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Helmut Berger, as photographed by Helmut Newton in Beverly Hills, 1984.