Kendall Jenner bares all in nude photo shoot for top photographer... after Kate Moss and Liam Payne did the same
She is the most private of the Kardashian-Jenner clan.
But Kendall Jenner decided to bare all and go nude for top photographer Mert Alas.
The 23-year-old posed for two photos, posted to Instagram on Thursday, which seem to be part of a series the photographer is doing with nude celebrities.
Looking straight at the camera, the reality TV star didn't seem shy about her lack of clothes.
Holding onto the director's chair she posed with her right leg slightly ahead of her left to cover up her lower bits, but left her chest completely exposed.
Her derriere looked plumped and round in the shot, in the all-natural shot as she seemed to have minimal makeup on.
No clothes needed: Kendall Jenner posed nude for Mert Alas in images she shared to Instagram this week after posting this image above where she talked Proactiv
In another snap, without the chair, she stood head on in front of the camera, grasping behind her neck with one hand while her other arm hung down by her side.
Her cat like eyes were locked on the camera as her chest laid exposed.
Before posting Mert added a small black box over the star's chest as to not get taken down by the social site, which removes photos that show a woman's nipples.
The Victoria's Secret model seems to be the third celebrity to pose for this series.
She followed One Direction star Liam Payne, the photographer released photos of last week.
Sitting on a balcony in the directors chair, the singer's behind is slightly exposed while he faces forward in the buff.
The famous photographer captioned Liam's 'get [off] my chair... #comingsoon,' which led people to believe there would be more in this series.
Kate Moss may have started the series as she was snapped in the nude by the photographer back in April.
In a snap shared to his Instagram the blonde beauty wears only black stilettos while in his director's chair, smoking a cigarette.
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