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Move aside Kate Upton, Hannah Ferguson is in the building. Considered to be the next best thing in the world of lingerie, Hannah hails from Texas and is a thorough-bred ‘Murican beauty who ticks every box of a super-duper babe in the making. She’s starred in Carl’s Jr. adverts in the States – past alums include Upton, Kardashian and Ratajkowski – and is a rookie in the latest Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Magazine. Here she is for GQ mag.
Holy moly! How’s this beauty? Natalya Sergeyevna Polevshchikova – or Natasha Poly for short (thank fuck for that shortening) – is a Russian model who has appeared in many advertisement campaigns, including Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Roberto Cavalli, H&M, Calvin Klein, Givenchy, Jimmy Choo, MaxMara and Dolce & Gabbana to name but a few and in 2012 was declared an icon by model.com. She’s a classic runway sort of model with the high cheekbones and long legs who doesn’t mind taking her kit off. Like she does in this shoot for the German Vogue.
I’m not sure how Emily DiDonato hasn’t featured on The Noblest Rogue yet? I mean she is incredible and I’m all about incredible! She’s an american model with Italian, Irish, and Native American ancestry, who has been a Victoria Secret’s model since 2009, was made the face of Giorgio Armani’s fragrance Acqua Di Gioia in 2010 and has eyes which would stop traffic. What more could you ask for?
Summer is trying its damnedest to break through and I feel it only fair that we will it on its merry little quest. If we send summer some positive vibes, hopefully it will reciprocate and send us some warm weather. The best kind of positive vibes that I can think of are ladies in bikinis, of course. That’s summerish, isn’t it? You bet ya! Here’s Nina Agdal and her friend modelling for an Australian brand called Mambo Swimwear. Don’t worry, I don’t know who Mambo Swimwear is either. But I do know who Nina Agdal is, and that’s all that matters.