Welcome to the hyper sexual world of Miles Aldridge

Bret Easton Ellis is a fan. David Lynch digs it. And if you too are a man with a fetish for the sexily surreal, then you have come to the right place, my friend.

London born, Italian Vogue regular Miles Aldridge’s work has been called ‘haute erotica’ and not without good reason. The photographer takes impossibly beautiful women and places them in hyper-sensual domestic settings.

Click on the above gallery if it sounds like a visual gig for you – or, if you're more a tactile type, check out Aldridge’s book celebrating his work.

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Somerset House’s exhibition of Aldridge’s work continues 10 July – 29 September.

Brancolini Grimaldi hosts a sale of his work 12 July to 28 September; I Only Want You to Love Me (Rizzoli New York) is out now.

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