Naked Lady of the Week: Orsi Kocsis

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes:

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Is it possible for a girl to be so good looking as to be somewhat bland? Our Orsi here might fall into that trap. A Hungarian, she’s blessed with a nearly flawless body and face that might be described as “classical” if it wasn’t so elfin. Her sleek, aerodynamic qualities mean that her photographers don’t have to try particularly hard. In fact, they treat her a bit like an objet d’art — and in the process make her look like a really, really appealing hood ornament. Neither I nor my ornament are complaining, of course. Still, I’m glad that Petter Hegre, who’s probably shot her more than anyone, has gotten her to open up a little; she even acts a little goofy in some of his sets.

She has great nipples.

According to Wikipedia, she’s given up taking off her clothes in favor of modeling for big outfits like Maybelline and Aston-Martin. Can’t say that I blame her. Still, a body like that was made to show.

Wiki also reveals that she grew up a tomboy. Have you ever noticed how many hot chicks claim to have grown up as tomboys? For all I know, they’re all telling the truth . . .

These low-res shots come from ATK, Hegre-Art, and Body in Mind. Worth paying a visit to all of ’em.

Nudity below the fold. Have a great weekend.

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About Fabrizio del Wrongo

Recovering liberal arts major. Unrepentant movie nut. Aspiring boozehound.
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3 Responses to Naked Lady of the Week: Orsi Kocsis

  1. Steve Sailer says:

    “Wiki also reveals that she grew up a tomboy. Have you ever noticed how many hot chicks claim to have grown up as tomboys? For all I know, they’re all telling the truth . . .”

    Models tend to be tall, which means they probably went through puberty (when girls typically stop getting taller) a year or so later than other girls. That year or so is probably what they are remembering.

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