Italian supermodel Ines Trocchia, 28, recently electrified the heart of Los Angeles, captivating passersby by parading in merely her underclothes. The enthralling event saw Ines, adorned in a sleek black brassiere, angel wings, and the iconic Louboutin heels, audaciously transforming Hollywood’s pedestrian walkways into her unique fashion stage.

The spectacle was a key feature of the “angel series” project by the esteemed photographer Henry Jimenez Kerbox, highlighting Ines’ boldness and artistic endeavour. The specially crafted angel wings, designed to enhance her beauty, spellbound onlookers as she brought traffic to a standstill and caught the eye of many in Hollywood.

Sharing an exclusive preview of this daring feat with her 1.6 million Instagram followers (@inestrocchia), the video quickly went viral, attracting over 4.6 million views and sparking extensive engagement with 239,800 likes and more than 1,000 comments.

Ines Trocchia revealed: “Stripping down in the streets, everyone was very curious and excited. Women were very supportive, and men were very attentive. The wings were custom-made to fit me and looked stunning. It was an amazing feeling, and I had so much fun doing it. Working with my body is part of my job, so I am not embarrassed about showing it.”

Ines reflected on the warm reception from her audience, emphasising the power of beauty. “I think beauty is definitely a power. Of course, like everything, there is a negative side to it, as people look at you in a more shallow way.”

The attention-commanding performance has been lauded by admirers and followers, with comments such as “Absolutely gorgeous truly stunning,” and “I’m OBSESSED with these wings.” The outpouring of support demonstrates the impact of Ines Trocchia’s fearless representation of art and elegance.

Ines also shared inspiring advice for emerging models: “To aspiring models, I would advise perseverance. A lot of the time we set our own limits in our head. Do things that make you feel good in your body.”

Continuing to challenge norms, Ines Trocchia advocates for self-expression and positivity towards one’s body in the realm of modelling.