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By Sarah Bull. When it comes to revealing outfits, few celebrities are as well versed on the subject as Helen Flanagan. And whether she's walking the red carpet or attending a campaign event, Helen doesn't discriminate with her barely-there looks. The latest such ensemble consisted of an incredibly low-cut white lace Agent Provocateur basque, which the year-old star teamed with skintight jeans. The newly-crowned FHM covergirl was happy to show off her figure in the outfit. The pretty young star finished off her look with a pair of vertiginous heels, and kept her make-up simple with a slick of mascara and lipgloss. Dressed to impress: Helen sported a basque top and tight jeans for the event.
Naked ladies paintings are a one apart from the rest of my painting series. There are so many reasons for this and it works on so many levels. These shapes and forms are fundamental to human survival just like the air we breathe. I love painting the naked ladies paintings because the form is so simple and flowing that it really frees up the canvas to explore some deep and luscious colours and textures. Within the canvas I take the naked ladies as the form within which I can fit a beautiful and elegant abstract colour combination. In some of the paintings the naked form can be hidden within this elegant display and in others the form is most obvious and shapely. It is the deep reads in the paintings that many designers seek, to match the colour scheme in traditionally decorated house of such deeply coloured walls. These paintings add a real richness and depth of colour to the wall and their semi abstract nature adds a tasteful and interesting focus point to the wall which will always be a talking point when your guests really work out what they are looking at.