The Season Of The Witches begins!
Agent Provocateur presents new collection of super provocative mystique underwear line Season Of The Witch.
Peaches Geldof reveals her fruity side in a new advert for Agent Provocateur where the scantily-clad star seductively dangles a cherry over a female model’s mouth.
Shot by fashion photographer and good friend of the world’s most leading underwear brand Tim Bret Day, the inspiration behind The Season Of The Witch is the work by Paul de la Roche; the execution of Lady Gray – mixed with the Massacre of the Innocents by Peter Paul Rubens.
Check out the official site for some interesting symbolism (all the horns, the crystal ball, the crowned skull, the serpent, the apple/pomegranate, pentagram, mask etc.), it’s all obviously very perverse and decadent (occultism tends to breed depravity), and with things like “Follow the Virgin?” Note! Blond virgin about to be killed in a blood sacrifice, by cutting the throat and “Join us – Become a slave?” in it’s interactive feature thing.
Agent Provocateur believes that passion and intimacy should be indulged, and that exploring your inner desires and fantasies profoundly enriches your life.
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