Very NSFW: Kate & Naomi Are Not So Covered On Interview Russia Cover

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While some publications may find it valuable to save all the sexy, surprising, and naughty bits for the centerfold, Interview Russia's December '12 issue says nyet. They won't even ask you to open the magazine to see the NSFW images of the supermodel power duo of Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell.
The two beauties pose together in a glamorous black-and-white photo spread, lens by another impressive twosome, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Lithe-limbed and sporting little more than a set of the loveliest eyelashes we've ever seen, the icons are featured in an up-close-and-personal editorial any fashion lover would eagerly flip through the pages to find.
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However, it's arguably the most revealing portrait that's landed on the cover of the mag — typically unconventional placement for a topless photograph. Which begs us to wonder: Should covers be left a little more, erm, covered? Would you even bat a (mascara-coated) eyelash? Have Moss and Campbell ever looked better? So many questions.
Skip ahead for a few more of the photos from the stunning editorial, some more SFW than others.
Photo: Via Interview Russia
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Photo: Via Interview Russia
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Photo: Via Interview Russia
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