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Kate Moss As A Flower, Mariacarla Boscono Nude: Love's Latest (NSFW) Editorial

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    While some fashion editorials serve to showcase gorgeous, innovative designs, many serve a purpose far beyond that, as well. The latest example from Love raises eyebrows and questions — and does so with the help of some of fashion's biggest on-screen talents. A group of top models, including Kate Moss, Kristen McMenamy, and many other household names pose in "Fawnicate," Love's latest thought-provoking shoot.

    As its title suggests, the images are in no short supply of sexuality, including nudity, particularly from a very-pregnant Mariacarla Boscono. A piece of art more than anything else (specifically Saskia De Brauw, whose face serves as a painter's canvas), the latest editorial to get us buzzing is up for muchos interpretation. Evocative, shocking, and some even disturbing (Kristen McMenamy's face!?), these kind of images ask the reader to suspend their expectations and think about what the artists behind the lens — in this case, the indomitable duo of Mert & Marcus — are imagining. After all, it's not every day that you see Kate Moss as a flower (there's a pun in there somewhere).

    Jump ahead to preview our five favorites from the shoot and then tell us your take on the pics in the comments. (We also suggest taking a look at the entire piece of racy, twisted, and stunning work here.)

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