If like us you were a big fan of The Face magazine’s brilliant fashion shoots back in the 80s/90s you’ll probably be more than familiar with the iconic shutter-work of Supermodel turned Superphotographer Ellen Von Unwerth. If not you may have seen her decadent lens work in Vogue, Interview, Vanity Fair or i-D as well as successful ad campaigns for the likes of Chanel, Victoria’s Secrets, Guess and Diesel. This epic book Fräulein perhaps unsurprisingly features a selection of beautiful women all shot by Ellen over the past fifteen years many of which are previously unseen. There’s really something (or should that be someone?) for everyone in here too, from Claudia Schiffer and Kate Moss to Britney Spears, Dita Von Teese, Carla Bruni and Monica Bellucci all looking their damn finest. It’s like the kind of pervy day out you imagine you’d have if you discovered the power of invisibility, even though in reality you’d probably get run over by an articulated lorry the minute you tried to cross Vanessa Paradis’s road.