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She's Back! Agyness Deyn Returns To Modeling Wearing Very Few Clothes

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    Last time we checked in with gamine semi-supermodel Agyness Deyn, she had just left modeling behind to act and nuzzle up to her new husband, Giovanni Ribisi. Though her screen debut — the English version of the Danish crime-classic, Pusher — didn't exactly set the world on fire, we still expected to see her rack up a couple more IMDb credits before dabbling back into her first profession.

    But here we go — Deyn is showing off her stuff in her first, full post-marriage spread in the latest Interview magazine.

    Sensuously shot by Craig McDean, the editorial may be the beginning of a full-fledged return to the trade, or just a passing moment...we can't tell. One thing is clear though: For all the changes that have gone on in her life, it seems an Aggy shoot is still an Aggy shoot. There's the tousled hair (now longer and darker), the edgy clothes (now more feminine), and plenty of exposed skin (same as always). It's nice to have her back, even if it's only for six pages.

    Click on for some previews and see the full editorial along with some quotes from Deyn in the latest issue of Interview

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