Famous for her extraordinary curves and the pride she takes in them, Kim Kardashian has turned herself into a bronzed work of art for W Magazine, wearing nothing for the shoot but the aforementioned bronze painting.
It’s only a short while that Kim was telling the media she had regrets about her Playboy photospread because she didn’t feel “comfortable” about it.
She also said she didn’t like the fact that she could not undo what she’s done and now there would be revealing shots of her online for eternity.
The cover of the latest issue of W, the Art Issue, has Kim in all her (natural) glory looking into the camera and striking a model pose – though she’s not modeling anything other than what Mother Nature gave her.
There is nothing to protect her modesty than strategically placed text boxes reading “It’s all about me. I mean you. I mean me.”
“But this shot is nothing compared to some of the other photos she took during the shoot, while wearing nothing except silver body paint...” E! says.
Indeed, several other shots have emerged online – and suffice it to say they leave little to no doubt as to how Kim looks underneath all those designer clothes.
Since this is the Art Issue and it’s dedicated to how Kim turned herself into a persona, thus art, the reality star also talks about some of the most circulated misconceptions about her.
“I’m not a drinker, and when I’m up on the table dancing, it’s for the picture,” Kim says, explaining how she’s far from the image of her that’s being circulated in the media.
“Then I sit right back down. I play into the perception of me, but it’s not really me. And the show reveals that,” she adds.
Since she’s also flaunting her famous curves for the magazine, she also talks a bit about them – specifically, about how she once thought she had to lose weight and be somebody else to be accepted.
“I used to think, I have to be this or that or skinny, and now, because of the show, everyone is embracing just me, which has given me such a confidence,” she reveals.
She’s come a long way from that. “Now, I’m like, ‘Why did I ever give that feeling the time of day?’” she says.