PS Magazine's December 2013 issue channels the most socially acceptable, publicly-sanctioned erotic novel to date -- yes, I'm talking about E.L. Jame's BDSM-focused 50 Shades of Grey trilogy. Appropriately titled '50 Shades of Shadow,' it's hard not to notice the use of light (and the absence of it) in this spread.
Melinda Szepesi stars in the monochromatic editorial, lensed by Oleg Borisuk. Her blunt, black bob, reminiscent of Uma Thurman's character in Pulp Fiction, was styled by Kocka; meanwhile, make-up artist Karolina Arpa kept things simple on the cosmetic front, providing Szepsi with the "no makeup make-up look."
As for the clothing, Fashion Editor Hajnalka Bognar outfitted the model in a series of black and white looks, ranging from a sculptural LBD paired with stiletto booties to an all-white ensemble consisting of a trench coat, skin-tight leather leggings and sky-high suede heels.
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