The year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star appears naked from the waist down in the photo, which she posted on Instagram on Wednesday, and barely covers her crotch with her hand. Kim Kardashian Topless. We took a mold of my body and made it a perfume bottle. Work in progress kkwfragrance. The scent is so good, I'm so proud of it. It smells to me like what I would think golden smells like, even though that's a color and something that's just luminous.
We thought that Kim Kardashian posing with a naked male model for her latest make-up range was peak Kim K. The year-old has stripped naked to promote her new pressed and loose powder pigments, which is obvious way to flog eyeshadow, right? Kim shared a new ad shot by famed photographer David LaChapelle to social media, which showed her lying on a bed with just a blue silk sheet stopping the pic from flouting Instagram nudity guidelines. Kim placed her hands over her chest for extra modesty, while her head hung upside down off the side of the bed. Kim has often used nudity to sell her various products, including her perfume, which came in a bottle modelled on her naked body.
THE clothes-shy reality star has shocked her Insta followers once more, posing naked — and with a nude male model — to flog make-up. Kim K takes it all off again. To help launch the latest collection in her cosmetics line, the year-old lies on a bed covered in blue silk sheets, with her head hanging over the end to show off her striking silver make-up, The Sun reports. With her dark hair styled in waves around her shoulders, Kim covers her bare breasts with her fingertips, while part of the sheet covers her crotch to protect her modesty. Her post comes just hours after a previous image from the same shoot was posted on her Instagram. In the snap, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians cast member can be seen on her hands and knees on a sofa as the nude man holds a mirror. Kim can be seen wearing a skimpy silver outfit and see-through boots as she gazes into the camera. This story originally appeared on The Sun and is republished here with permission.