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Thursday, November 29, 2012


wts...!kate & noami go topless for interview russia photo (nsfw)!

At this point all can be said here is my, my, my. Were speechless.  Give us a moment, you may need one too....

Nonetheless the models Kate and Naomi of course are looking absolutely stunning and sexy in their Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott shoot, for interview magazine to say the least. Although the scenery of the shoot will definitely wow and swerve you to signal in the wrong direction. Take a look at the snappin pics below... click read more to view.

Okay you can pick your mouth up now.
Here the snap: according to huffingtonpost:

The British bombshells have teamed up to flaunt their enviable and age-defying bods sans clothes for the December issues of both Interview Russia and InterviewGermany. Both pose comfortably and lovingly for the Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott snapped image. Can't you just imagine these two hanging like this back in the 90's when they used to party together, eat ramen and rule the fashion world? Kate conducts an interview with Naomi about her life and storied career in the fashion industry. The 42-year-old opens up about meeting Bob Marley as a little girl and being frightened by his dread locs because she thought they were worms--and she also addresses confronting and conquering racism over the yearsCheck out an except from the interview below:

KATE: I read that you made your first public appearance in a Bob Marley video.
NAOMI: Yeah. I was 7, I think. He was such a handsome man. I remember I started crying when I saw his dreadlocks because I thought they were worms. But he was really, really gentle.
KATE (on ethnic prejudice in the modeling world): When I first got to New York, I was like: "What are they talking about?" I couldn't tell, you know. It was really weird and also I think growing up in South London, it's so mixed race.
NAOMI: Exactly, we just know our area and how we were raised, so it was a big eye opener to me.
KATE: Did it feel like a battle you were fighting? And are you still fighting for equality in fashion?
NAOMI: It felt… I can't say that the word battle is the right word but it definitely felt like it was an uphill struggle for something. I felt like I had to do what I had to do for my race and to keep awareness out there.

Beautiful pic, but Bold move Naomi! Are the models trying to really tell us they are on the other team. 

This contervsory Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott shot, will be the cover for the December 2012 edition of both the Russian and German versions of the publication.

What do you think of the shot 

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