Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

After we took offense to its cover last month, Lui magazine attempts to make it up to us with the release of the March 2015 cover. The raunchy French title tapped Natasha Poly, who follows the likes of Kate Moss, Gisele Bündchen and Laetitia Casta who’ve each previously flaunted their stuff for the magazine. This time around, we see Natasha going topless (obviously), while perched on a stylish chair as she’s captured by Luigi & Iango

Russian fashion top model Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine’s ‘Insane’ March Cover

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natasha Poly Topless for Lui Magazine, March 2015

Natalya Sergeyevna Polevshchikova (Russian: Наталья Серге́евна Полевщикова; born July 12, 1985), generally shortened to Natasha Poly, is a Russian Supermodel. Since 2004, Poly has appeared in prominent high-fashion advertisement campaigns, magazine covers and on the runways. Poly established herself as one of the most “in-demand models” of the mid and late 2000’s.

Poly was born on July 12, 1985 in Perm, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union and began modeling locally in 2000. She was discovered in Perm from Mauro Palmentieri and invited in Moscow to participate in the Russian model search competition “New Model Today”, where she took the second prize. She made her runway debut in Why Not Model Agency and after walking for Emanuel Ungaro in 2004. The year would prove to be her breakout year; she walked in 54 fashion shows in Milan, Paris, and New York City, and graced the cover of French Vogue twice consecutively.

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