Rosie Huntington-Whiteley by Rankin
This is just a 35-shot snippet of the actual book. Rankin published Ten Time Rosie back in January; it is a stunning 240-page hardback photography book. This is kind of crazily epic. Rosie goes from sexy to glamorous to gritty to edgy to androgynous and back again. The shots I liked I really liked while some didn’t impress me as much. However with a spread this large, that’s to be expected. It’s an undeniable fact that Rosie’s amazing though. She’s a lot more versatile than people who write her off as a VS model would expect. Obviously she is very aware of her feminine charms, but it would be wrong to typecast her as merely a bombshell. And as one would expect, I am very much in love with the ballet portion of this shoot. The use of the resin chalk was a spectacular touch. Not to mention she creates a very truthful and intriguing outlook on that world. I love how the power and strength come out amidst the beauty and lines. Her hands are gorgeous. She has really awesome wrists as well. Overall, I am simultaneously charmed, intrigued, and impressed by Rankin’s portrayal of Rosie.