She made the cover of the Sport’s Illustrated Swimsuit edition, she just designed her own bikini with Hurley, and now Bar Refaeli is on the July 2009 cover of Esquire. And though the cover is quite risqué, she’s technically only almost naked. The supermodel was actually painted with the first 48 of 6,657 words from Steven King’s new short story, “Morality,” printed in full inside the magazine.
“I haven’t seen anything like that ever,” said Bar of the decision to go with body paint on the cover. “So I wanted to be the girl who did it.”
What’s more, inside the cover girl shares a few supermodels secrets on how to look sexy and take the perfect picture.
Trick one: “The palm of the hand—you need to make it long, your fingers long.” She makes a claw shape with her fingers, then languidly unfurls them. (Note: This trick works well.)
Trick two: “Always make your feet point.” She extends her leg like a ballerina so her foot is part of a single, graceful line. (Note: This trick works well.)
Trick three: “Your collarbone… how do I say it? Let me show it. Pop it up, pop it out. It’s all in the definition of the bones.” She pulls the placket of her shirt back, along with a tank top and a bra strap, to reveal the top of her breast and the length of her right clavicle. She flexes her chest so the bone is instantly more defined. (Note: This trick works extremely well.)
Now you can pose like a supermodel too. Thanks Bar! And in case that just isn’t enough information from the supermodel, of course Modelinia has more!