2010, Merethe Hopland, Portrait Nov 17, 2010 Portrait | Merethe Hopland by Billy Kidd Billy Kidd is the latest photographer to become captivated by Merethe Hopland of Joy Model Management. This time, however, Merethe poses au naturel in the beautifully candid portraits. Related Posts:Video | Merethe Hopland by Billy KiddMerethe Hopland by Jacob Sadrak for…Merethe Hopland by David Wang for KentonMerethe Hopland by Giulia Noni for…Fresh Face | Merethe Hopland by Jacob…Portrait | Merethe Hopland by Michael… 2010billy kiddmerethe hoplandPortrait Share on: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + Previous articleVelvet December 2010 Cover | Veronika Antsipava Next articleMorning Beauty | Mona Johannesson by Mikael Schulz You may also like June 18, 2012 Lily Donaldson is A Pale Beauty for Ben Hassett’s Numéro #134 Shoot February 24, 2011 Louise Van Der Vorst by Adrian Mesko for Grazia Louisepetitpetit Fantastic!!! I love Billy Kid. oxoxo Louise Petit lepetitpetit.blogspot.com/ pam mmm <3 I love this girl. She has such a sweet face. pam mmm <3 I love this girl. She has such a sweet face. http://dawnofstyle.blogspot.com/ Missmely16 Merthe is so beautiful…i have a feeling she’s going places! anonymous Beautiful and raw. http://facebook.com Anon-e-mouse The way she’s holding her chest makes it look like she didn’t want to be shot topless but Billy insisted until he finally got what he wanted when her nipple slipped in the last shot. I like her but don’t trust his intentions and techniques. http://facebook.com Scribner Check out his blog and you’ll see more. She didn’t want to expose her breasts and should have just been handed a top. http://twitter.com/elenavasilieva Elena Vasilieva cute face, totally natural beauty http://elenavasilieva.blogspot.com/ x http://twitter.com/elenavasilieva Elena Vasilieva cute face, totally natural beauty http://elenavasilieva.blogspot.com/ x Fernanda She’s absolutely stunning! john jarvata “hey, can you please take your top off for a few images?” typical photographer question and typical images. http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki lovely! http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ guest i am wondering why the negative comments that had previously been posted have been removed, i agree that negativity in comments like these are boring at best but this comment option has been left and to then monitor and remove comments becomes censorship and benefits someone or doesn’t depending on what is deemed inappropriate, either remove the option to comment or let free speech resume.