Bianca Dragusanu, Romanian Playboy Model with a 95-65-95 body

January 5, 2013 under Famous

by Camelia, our Romanian Connection

Bianca Dragusanu distinguished herself since high school, but not through exemplary behavior and good grades, but due to conflicts with teachers and classmates. Since childhood she wanted to become an independent businesswoman, but her beauty lead her to choose a modeling career.

At the age of 16 she appeared on the show “Because of Love” to get her love back. Her first notable appearance in sexy poses was at age 21 when she posed as the girl from page 5 in a Romanian newspaper, called “Libertatea”. At that time she was fuller and had curly brown hair.

During the fall season in 2009 she was co-opted to replace the assistant of the host of the TV show “A sinner show”, making her the most desirable sexy assistant on television.

Until two years ago nobody had heard of Bianca Dragusanu and no one knew who she was. She had discovered her charms of which she made full use as a model, and in private people were saying she was working as an escort.

Bianca became very well known after being involved in a long-term relationship with the famous Romanian designer Catalin Botezatu, of which she is now separated. She later got together with a Romanian football player, “the prince” Adrian Cristea.

Bianca Dragusanu quickly became popular in the modeling world and walked the catwalk for famous designers like: Cavalli, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani. She was also requested for fashion shows in Romania, being considered the “ideal woman” – tall, thin and shaped.

Bianca had breast augmentation surgery at the age of 20 years, achieving dream measurements of 95-65-95 at a height of 180 cm and she is currently one of the highest rated models in Romania.

 

In 2009 Bianca Dragusanu accepted the offer to pose in the December issue of Playboy magazine, in exchange for $ 10,000.

 

 

Currently besides modeling and being the assistant of a TV host, Dan Capatos, she deals with real estate, wanting to succeed in this field. She says, like any model, it’s just a hobby job, an opportunity to meet new people.

Although dealing with real estate and holding the position of assistant, she did not give up yet on the catwalks, they are a reliable source of income and she is also the image of several fashion houses.

 

 

 

Olivia De Berardinis – the art of pinup

May 17, 2012 under Art

As soon as I saw Olivia’s work full of eroticism and sexy lingerie, I knew that I had to mention it on my blog .  I was filled with excitement and I asked her for permission to write about her.  To my surprise, she agreed.

Olivia De Berardinis, born in November of 1948, is an artist from United States who paints pinup girls.  Surprisingly, she contributes monthly to Playboy magazine, presenting her art with Hugh Hefner’s captions.  What a pleasure to know that Hugh Hefner appreciates this kind of work and it turns out that he was inspired by pinup to begin with.

It is a challenge to be a female artist who paints images that are considered to be “male oriented”.  Not everyone gets it and Olivia may be faced with some unhappy feminists.  They just see her as some type of an anomaly.  It all will change, some day, when people become more open-minded.

I invite you to pay a visit to Olivia’s website.  She has a lot of amazing paintings of women, especially women in sexy lingerie like stockings!

What do our readers have to say about this artist?  Here are some wonderful letters I got.

David from Canada

“I think that it’s refreshing to see depictions of women who are unabashedly revealing, and reveling in, their erotic power. These days that just doesn’t happen. The “ideal” modern woman is either the stern fashion model or the strong athlete – pure femininity has become an anachronism. The other thing that the artwork connotes, although implicitly, is the innocent male gaze. The idea that a man can appreciate feminine beauty with out being lascivious, and that women would enjoy that attention, even actively seek it. These days, the “male gaze” is seen as something impertinent, rude and unwanted. That’s what the art evokes for me, nostalgia for a time when sexual chemistry wasn’t so actively squelched. Besides nostalgia, I would also say that the pure sexual and sensual energy of the images is arresting. The lingerie, especially the stockings, creates a dual response: the feminine part of my psyche wonders what it would feel like to wear the clothes, to feel their sensations and to move my body in an alluring way, while the male part wonders what it would be like to touch and embrace the women. One thing is certain, you can’t view the art without feeling a strong and deep reaction.”

David from United States

“I enjoyed studying all the images of Olivia’s that I could find. In her work I see consistent use of fetish and fantasy to portray women as both beautiful and powerful. For me, there is nothing more attractive and than a woman who uses the disarming strength of a man’s fetish to get her way….   a sensual, steamy tango between the hunter and the game …I am most drawn to the many pieces that show women in powerful stances – hands on hips, hips thrown forward, chest out and proud.   Olivia found a husband who shares her passion for fetish art, and she still creates images for Playboy Magazine, with Hughes Hefner composing the captions. “

 

Olivia’s Website:

www.eolivia.com

 

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