Nicole Trunfio Strips Down (and Introduces Daughter Gia!) in Glam Before-and-After-Birth Photos

Motherhood has usually combined to Nicole Trunfio‘s glow.

The Australian-born supermodel and Erth Jewelry CEO stars in a new picture series, that was shot by photographer Joyce Park and brought to delight with a assistance of luminary stylist Monica Rose.

The initial of a two-part, partly bare event took place Jan. 13 — dual days before Trunfio and father Gary Clark Jr. welcomed their second child, daughter Gia Leblane — while a second set was taken dual weeks postpartum.

Trunfio, 32, common a handful of a overwhelming black-and-white images exclusively with PEOPLE, saying, “I was so desirous by a prophesy Monica had for this shoot. It’s such a sweet and sentimental, nonetheless so tender and real, duration of a time that never lasts prolonged enough.”

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Nicole Trunfio and daughter Gia

Nicole Trunfio

Nicole Trunfio

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“These images are for a really special plan I’ve been operative on that celebrates motherhood, and it’s still in a works!” Rose tells PEOPLE. “I sent Nicole a inspo and she desired it. we also only wanted Nicole to have these beautiful, undying images of her and her pleasing family.”

“I was so beholden and respected she let me fire her before and after her pregnancy and have full artistic with this fire and guileless me and my vision,” Rose adds of Trunfio, who also shares 3-year-old son Zion Rain with her musician husband, 34.

Nicole Trunfio

Nicole Trunfio and daughter Gia

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Trunfio says “both days” of a fire “were so fun” — “especially for a profound lady who wasn’t removing out most during that point,” she admits.

“We had such a good organisation attached, that done me feel super gentle during this theatre of my life,” Trunfio adds. “I will value these images. So grateful to Mon!”