Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Brazilian model Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira nude sexy by Gaspar Noé for Lui (Autumn 2017)

Raica Oliveira (born January 22, 1984) is a Brazilian model known for her work with numerous companies, including Emanuel Ungaro, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Yves Saint Laurent, Vogue, Chanel, Lancôme, Victoria’s Secret, Pepe Jeans, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, JLO, H&M, Elle, Marie Claire, TNG, Ann Taylor and XOXO. As of 2008, she has been working as a fashion reporter for Jornal Record.

She resides in Manhattan, New York City.

Oliveira was born in Niterói, Brazil, the youngest of three children. She has two brothers: Givago (an economist) and Pablo (a lawyer). She graduated from the Sao Vicente de Paula school in Niteroi.

Before becoming a model, she practiced bodyboarding. She dreamed of becoming a model since she was ten years old. Oliveira was discovered by the same agent who discovered Gisele Bündchen, Sergio Mattos.

In 1999, Oliveira entered the Elite Model Look contest in Brazil and beat 30,000 girls for the top prize. She was sent to Nice, France, for the final international competition, where she placed second. Soon thereafter, she moved to New York with her mother Conceição de Oliveira to try to build her career.

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