Kendall Jenner strips off TOPLESS and displays her slender frame in slinky black lingerie for Chanel cover shoot
She’s arguably one of the more demure members of the Kardashian family.
But Kendall Jenner is exuding some major confidence in her latest risqué fashion shoot.
The 24-year-old model has gone topless to appear on the cover of Chaos SixtyNine’s Chanel issue – the 5th Posterbook edition of the publication, that’s dedicated to the French fashion house – which also features the likes of Bella and Gigi Hadid.
Wow: Kendall Jenner goes TOPLESS as she shows off her slender frame on the cover of Chaos SixtyNine’s Chanel issue
In fact, there are 13 covers to choose from featuring Adut Akech, Ever Anderson, Fran Summers, Imaan Hammam, Lila Moss and Stella Jones, Margaret Qualley, Mona Tougaard, Natasha Poly, and Vittoria Ceretti.
Kendall looks simply stunning showing off slender frame for the tasteful black and white shoot, which sees her covering her chest with her right arm, as she looks away from the camera.
Dressed only in lingerie and gloves, the reality star also displays her supermodel legs in a pair of thigh-high boots.
Styling it out: In another sultry shot the model had the word ‘chaos’ written across her forehead with her own hair
Stripping off: Dressed only in lingerie and gloves, the reality star also displays her supermodel legs in a pair of thigh-high boots
In another shot from the Clearly still working hard during lockdown, it appears the model is as in-demand as ever.
She recently stepped behind the camera to shoot Burberry’s TB Summer Monogram collection on her computer.
Kendall became a photographer for the day as she posed for a series of self-portraits to show off the new line at her Los Angeles home.
Having a ball! Bella Hadid put her statuesque body on full display as she posed on the cover of Chaos SixtyNine’s Chanel issue
Splish splash: Meanwhile, Bella’s sister Gigi Hadid, 25, also soaked up the spotlight as part of a second ChaosSixtyNine cover shoot
Captivating: Gigi gazed softly towards the camera from beneath her Chanel mesh veil
The lockdown shoot was directed by photographer Nick Knight, art director Peter Saville and stylist Katy England.
Kendall – who is one of the world’s best-paid models – said: ‘Riccardo (Tisci) wanted to collaborate closely with me to bring this collection to life in a number of ways.
‘He encouraged me to interpret the campaign myself, which was such an exciting opportunity. I loved being able to add my own personal touch.’
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