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Cheyenne Tozzi strips down to racy black bra and channels '90s stunner Kate Moss in sultry new photo shoot

 She's best known as an favourite of the Australian fashion industry and star of TV show The Face.
But model Cheyenne Tozzi embraced a more undone look when she stripped down to a bust-enhancing bra and rock-chick inspired miniskirt for a recent photo shoot for MaxMade.
The 25-year-old channels Kate Moss at her '90s supermodel best in the sultry shoot inspired by the Australian stunner's passion for music - blues in particular.

 Looking effortlessly sexy, the model and frontwoman for Sydney band Van Hoorn flaunts her bare midriff in the racy all-black ensemble as she leans up against a wall.
Her blonde locks are tousled into a bed-head style and are tossed to one side to add to the raw nature of the shoot.
Meanwhile a toned down makeup look featuring bold brows and nude lipstick highlight the clothes horse's naturally beautiful features and her youthful complexion.
Makeup artist to the stars Max May, who styled and directed the shoot, told Daily Mail Australia on Monday that he was inspired by Cheyenne's vintage look.
'The '90s supermodel style is a huge part of Cheyenne's look and people like to create that with her because she has quite bold, beautiful, sharp bone structure and she is very womanly looking,' he said.
He explained that while the Australian-born beauty does have more mature facial features, he likes to balance that quality with her more playful, youthful spirit saying: 'She does have a maturity to her but she is a young woman and it's important to capture both of those elements'.

 Tapping into the Vogue model's passion for blues music, one beauty look sees Cheyenne sporting smudged eye makeup and a deep, plum lip colour.
Highlighting her trim pins, Cheyenne poses in a vintage girdle and black bra in one shot.
An unbuttoned shirt is tied in a knot at her waist and she leans back against an aged, timber-framed window while an unmade bed also features in the image.
Another frame sees the Sydney singer's hair flicked forward to fall over her forehead and she wears an edgy white jacket.
'There are a few looks throughout the shoot, it was all about capturing the different personalities she embodies,' said Max, who is also a favourite artist of Nicole Trunfio and Lara Bingle.

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