For the shoot, Sophie Srej is decked out in stunning, red outfits from some of the fashion world's top designers, including Diane von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabanna, Gucci, Lanvin, Calvin Klein and Versace. This Sophie Srej-David Roemer shoot is dripping with sensuality, and they do so in an unusual way for most fashion shoots -- without revealing a lot of skin.
That's a testament to the skill of both parties. Roemer has been a top-level fashion photographer since he began his career in 2003, working for brands like GQ, Glamour, and Interscope. Sophie Srej is a Hungarian supermodel currently represented by fashion powerhouse IMG, and in the past year she has appeared in ad campaigns for Max Azria and Daisy by Marc Jacobs.
This red-hot Sophie Srej-David Roemer Glamour Italy August 2011 photo shoot is on newsstands now.
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