If you're looking for sex appeal in the Sophie Srej-David Roemer Glamour Italy August 2011 editorial, you won't have to look very far.
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.
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