Want an amazing preview of Fall 2017 couture? Then a must-see for any fashionista is the V Magazine The Bold and The Beautiful editorial starring the stunning Duckie Thot! V Mag hit social to showcase and announce the new visuals. In regards to the fashion V says, “Duckie Thot of New York Models dominates in Fall’s provocative shapes for The Bold and The Beautiful shot by Mario Testino, styled by George Cortina in #V109.”
In our favorite shot, Duckie stands front in center giving off angles that even mama Tyra would be proud of! This particular ensemble finds Duckie adorned in a: Janessa Leone hat, Charlotte Knowles bra as well as corset, Givenchy shoes and Artemis Quibble belt. Fab!
Duckie Thot Stars in V Magazine The Bold and The Beautiful Editorial
Furthermore, for the editorial Duckie exudes tantalizing confidence that we have seen from iconic greats such as Grace Jones and Naomi Campbell. The gorgeous ebony model did admit to feeling a bold demeanor while on set. Duckie reveals,
“While shooting, I felt like a woman at her peak. The kind of strength every woman embodies, that was the energy I was channeling throughout the day.
Extremely excited to share this story with you all! Such an honor to be lensed by the iconic Mario Testino for V magazine #V109. I’m lost for words at this whole story and incredible team. Thank you Stephan Gan for all the love on our shoot.”
The Bold and The Beautiful Editorial Details
Photography by the renown Mario Testino
Fashion Styling by the one and only George Cortina
Hair Styling by the legendary (what for it) Didier Malige
Makeup Artistry by Yadim Makeup
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