Daisy Lowe Poses With Snakes (Bah!) For Oyster Magazine (PHOTOS)
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Anyone with a crippling phobia of snakes probs shouldn't look at these pics.
But in the name of fashion, we'll stifle our own snake-antipathy to look at these gorgeous new photos of Daisy Lowe, taken for Australia's Oyster Magazine.
In the photos, shot by Will Davidson and featuring Stevie Dance as creative director, Daisy poses in chi-chi couture while a few snakes slither around her, coiling up her lace dresses and pretty updos. We want our moms!
At least, unlike her September Playboy spread, she got to wear clothes for this shoot.
And in the interview, for which we're assuming she put down the snakes,, the model spoke about working with Terry Richardson, who she says "exudes sexual energy":
"Really, he's so much fun. He just exudes this sexual energy, so he doesn’t need to ask girls to take off their clothes. Honestly, they just do it! While we were there [on the 2011 Pirelli shoot], he didn't sleep -- he just took pictures of all of us. I swear that camera's glued to his hand. He was like, 'Why would I sleep? I've got eleven of you here, and you're all getting into your underwear for me!"
Besides the serpents, this issue of Oyster also features a double cover; one starring Daisy, and another featuring French actress Lea Seydoux, who's currently the face of Prada. (Seydoux got off easy, posing with a pear).
See the full set of photos at Oyster Magazine, and check out some of the Daisy pics, as well as the issue's special double cover, below.