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2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models Wearing Nothing But Body Paint.

I shouldn't be surprised that my post on 2013 SI Swimsuit models wearing nothing but body paint is one of my most popular. That said, I've got a new one for you. Once again, as part of their annual Swimsuit Issue, Sports Illustrated painted some of their sexy models with nothing but body paint. Photographed by Walter Iooss Jr. on St. Lucia, models Cris Urena, Emily Ratajkowski, Samantha Hoopes, Lauren Mellor and Hannah Ferguson pose in painted suits inspired by real suits from the past. Unlike past years, the body paint artist is not Joanne Gair but instead some unnamed artists.

Cris Urena (in a hand-painted 1967 Rudi Gernreich-inspired suit):

Emily Ratajkowski (in a hand-painted 2007 Susan Holmes Swimwear-inspired suit):

Samantha Hoopes (in a hand-painted Wildfox Swim1989 Ipanema Wear-inspired suit):

Lauren Mellor (in a hand-painted suit inspired by Maui Girl by Debbie Wilson from the 1992 Monika Tilley Swimsuit):

Hannah Ferguson (in a hand-painted swimsuit inspired by CALI DREAMING from the 1978 Monika for Elon suit):

And a "behind the scenes" video for you, shot on location in St. Lucia:

Check out the entire Sports Illustrated 2014 Swimsuit issue here

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Write by: Arek - Tuesday, March 4, 2014

1 Komentar untuk "2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models Wearing Nothing But Body Paint."

  1. Once again, you've scraped my entire post. As you have done with many posts from if It's Hip, It's Here. You must remove this post and all posts stolen from if It's Hip, It's Here immediately or I will have to take further action.