Stunning supermodels strip totally naked for arty new TV documentary called ‘Nude’ celebrating the history of nakedness
Rachel Cook in Starz documentary Nude
Twelve stunning women were whisked off to the Dominican Republic for the shooting of the high-end calendar.
STUNNING models have stripped off completely for an arty new television documentary celebrating the history of nakedness.
This behind-the-scenes film Nude reveals how an upmarket erotic calendar is created.
The stunning models photographed include Rachel Cook, Jessica Clements and Ebonee Davis
Steve Shaw, the founder of treats!, a fine arts and nude erotica magazine, and renowned French photographer David Bellemere offered the women the opportunity of a lifetime.
They were picked out in a global model comp and then whisked off to the Dominican Republic in the Caribbean to be pictured by Bellemere for Shaw’s high-end Nu Muses calendar.
According to its website, the project celebrates the “classic nude” and elegance of the female form.
The 90-minute documentary features models including Rachel Cook, Jessica Clements, Ebonee Davis, Jeannie Park and Janine Tugonon.
In the new trailer, Bellemere says: “A lot of people don’t like me doing this, I’m not going to listen to anyone.”
Jaw-dropping images include women posing on beaches, on balconies, while one model lays on the back of a horse in the ocean.
It also explores how social media shapes the lives of today’s young models.
The photographs are set to debut at Art Basel in Miami.
Carmi Zlotnik, managing director at Starz, which produced the film said: “This documentary gives audiences a glimpse into the exclusive world of modelling and photography.”