Who Wants To See Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell & Lara Stone Get NAKED?

Kate Moss has convinced her model friends Naomi Campbell and Lara Stone as well as a few other top names to strip off for eight different covers of Condé Nast’s new fashion magazine, Love.

The model and her friends have bared all for the third issue of the magazine, in the hope of highlighting the difference between the models’ bare forms, and in a time where looks are perceived to be everything, it’s great to be able to see that even these women, when naked and posing in exactly the same way, still differ from one another, so why should we be caught up in how our bodies look?

Okay, so Miss Moss might have had a baby, be 14 years older than me and still look better than I ever will, but I wonder if she will look at Daria Werbowy’s picture and wish she could have a figure like hers?

LOVE’s editor-in-chief Katie Grand said: “For this issue of LOVE, we took eight women who are generally acknowledged as the most beautiful in the world, got them to show off their bodies – widely regarded as the most perfect in the world – and photographed them all in exactly the same position for the cover. We did this to show how much they differed physically from one another, which is why we also printed their measurements.”

So whilst I can see half the men in WHSmiths picking up a copy of each cover ‘for their missus,’ the beautiful pictures by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggot might just help us women to feel more comfortable with our bodies, and not stress over why it doesn’t look the same as the women on the cross trainer next to us who isn’t even breaking a sweat AND texting on her frigging Blackberry.

So, take a look over Misses Moss, Campbell and Stones pictures as well as those of Natalia Vodianova, Amber Valetta, Jeneil Williams, Kristen McMenamy and Daria Werbowy and let us know if you feel better about yourself… or are reacing for the Dairy Milk.


Originally posted by me on FemaleFirst.co.uk

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