Monday, 1 December 2014

Sylvie Meis celebrates bra party in Amsterdam

Sylvie Meis was yesterday for the fire in her onesie (a one-piece pajamas, ed.), Today she is busy with a photo shoot for lingerie brand Hunkemöller. The blonde is difficult to capture in sexy creations in the luxurious Amstel Hotel in Amsterdam.

Sylvie does on her Instagramaccount report claims. Ahhhhh ,, ready for the first shot! '"She writes, including a picture of her in a kimono the' Royal Suite 'by running into the hotel. 

Moments later, we see how the lingerie model at a pile of presents state, while a stylist finalizing her outfit; a black lingerie. On a third photo Sylvie let themselves be carried away with other lingerie models on a sofa. It is a party ,, bra on set, '' she writes. 

The pictures are part of the spring campaign of Hunkemöller and a new television commercial. The make-up was done by Serena Goldenbaum.

The Miss Bumbum which denounced CR7, ICU

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The controversy Andressa Urach, ranked second in the 2012 edition of Miss Bumbum, is in serious condition in the hospital ICU Nossa Senhora da Conceição in Porto Alegre. The model and presenter suffers a severe infection.
The cause of the health problem of Andressa is the result of the application of a hydrogel in a cosmetic surgery on her thighs five years ago. Last July, the problems started and underwent a procedure to remove the hydrogel.
However, there were remnants and last Friday was operated again to remove them. The next day he left the hospital but on Sunday I had to enter again for emergency drainage problems. The area became infected and ended up in the ICU where he remained, as confirmed by his agent Alexandre Costa, at least a fortnight.
A Andressa has always featured the controversial since shot to fame in the Miss Bumbum competition. The largest by stating that he had slept with Cristiano Ronaldo on the eve of the Champions League semifinals.
"Cristiano is very good in bed" came to manifest the English and Portuguese tabloid denied everything and put a demand.