Check Out Sultry Photos of Charlize Theron,Kate Moss and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley For Fashion Photography Exhibition

Between the sheets: Other leading ladies to appear in the 'Raw Footage' show - opening on July 1 - include Charlize TheronRosie Huntington-Whiteley wears nothing apart from a sparkling necklace and an artfully-positioned bed sheet
The show ‘Raw Footage’, displays the work (photos of Charlize Theron,Rosie Huntington-Whiteley,Kate Moss,Marilyn Monroe and more..) of some of the world’s best photographers;Mario Testino and David Lachapelle,Douglas Kirkland,Gavin Bond  and more… A spokesman for Raw footage said;

‘While historically portraiture was used as a way to record and document our existence, fashion photography and its incorporation of the celebrity have become tools to define our contemporary aesthetic, consumer mentality and collective creativity.
‘By presenting a garment or lifestyle as a commercial product, fashion photographers and their collaborators – designers, stylists, models and viewers alike – adopt the highest level of credibility as disseminators of a moment in cultural history.’

Raw footage opens at London’s Opera Gallery New Bond Street, London July 1. See more photos below…

The image of Kate Moss (above), shot by Mario Testino at a fish and chip shop in 2005, is just one of the striking images to appear in a new exhibit celebrating the seductive side of photography
Other images in the show have a glossier, contemporary feel - including this ocean-side shot
Splash of colour: Reflecting the rise of Photoshop, 'perfect' 21st century models appear with flawless skin in front of hyper real backdrops
Diamonds are a girl's best friend: A model strikes a pose in underwear, fur and an ample amount of sparkling jewelleryModels seemingly being drenched by splashes of water, is one of the themes explored in next month's showCheck her out: Some of the models flaunt only a hint of bare flesh
 The exhibit, which features black and white and colour shots, show models and celebrities in various states of undress
The show, which runs from July 1 to 18 at London's Opera Gallery, also features a number of surreal images (above)

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