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2011-11-24 12:59
 
Cape Town - Candice Swanepoel takes topless photos of herself, reports the Daily Mail.

The SA-born model and Victoria's Secret Angel has joined fellow Angels Miranda Kerr and Lily Aldridge in jeans label Rag & Bone's DIY Project, where models are asked to photograph themselves in their Rag & Bone jeans with no lighting or styling.

Earlier this year Candice was in the limelight for looking emaciated and underweight at a Victoria's Secret launch. In an interview with Marie Claire magazine, she put her skinny frame down to stress and a busy schedule.

However, 23-year-old Candice isn't afraid to show her "tummy rolls" and curvier body in these self-portraits.



The photos were taken at various locations in South America.

On November 17 she posted the following update on her Twitter page: "So excited the DIY project with @rag_bone is out! had so much fun doing it!shot in Bora Bora,Fortaleza and Vitoria Brasil.Hope you like it.x"

Candice's photos, as well as photos shot by all the other models in the campaign, can be seen on Rag & Bone's website.



Candice recently appeared in the 2011 Victoria's Secret fashion show. See the photos from the runway here

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