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Leave it to Kate Upton to make a painted-on swath of purple beads and a bikini bottom look real. We won't go as far as to call it stylish — but real, sure. Sports Illustrated has been painting swimsuits on its models for years, but Upton's may be the icing on the carefully-placed cake.
The photos that made the cut are basically what we imagine a photo shoot featuring the beautiful people of Burning Man would look like. The outtakes, though, are slightly more perplexing. We've got a few questions: One, where is the beach? Seriously, there's not even a hint of an ocean breeze or one grain of sand in sight. Two, since when does a bundle of necklaces constitute a bikini top? And three, where's the outtake part of the shoot? Excuse us, but Upton still looks gorgeous. If this is a blooper reel, then let it be a testament to her irresistible — if not controversial — beauty, killer of egos and men's hearts for years to come. (Celebuzz)
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Layer, layer some more, rinse, and repeat. It's the same styling directive we hear fall after fall. "Layer!" Layer what, exactly? If you're looking to get to the bottom of what that really means (and answer more autumn-fashion queries), you've landed in the right place. And, if you're hoping to sheath your body like a pro read