I usually love answering these questions, but am genuingly struggling on this one.
A model has supplied a moodboard of images for a shoot, and am genuingly struggling to work out how they were lit. They're all very similar (and mainly NSFW), which is why I've provided a single example.
I'm also unsure of copyright etc involving embedding, so have provided a link to the image rather than uploaded. The image is Aline Weber for Rabat Magazine by Xavi Gordo. (If people thing it's ok to embed, please edit the question).
My immediate thoughts are no shadows on the background, and a slight catchlight at the top of the eye, so I'm thinking a light above the camera (boomed in), the light is hard (highlights on the face), but not on camera flash hard, so beauty dish, possibly gridded due to the spill on the backdrop.
Due to no harsh shadows caused by an above light and hat it may not be that high OR most likely a reflector angled below the camera for fill.
Location of the spill on the background I expect there is another low powered light behind the model with either a fresno OR snoot, I don't believe this is spill from the key light.
Again these are my thoughts. I could be right, I expect I'm wrong.