kim_k_paper_1Only 24 hours after THAT cover with Kim Kardashian West’s bare bum, Paper Magazine has unveiled even more images from the controversial shoot which sees Kim go full frontal. Mrs. West leaves very little to the imagination baring not only her most famous asset for the magazine’s cover but the rest of the works too in a daring shot the magazine shared via their Twitter account this evening.

The magazine teased the followers with a cheeky tweet and Kim’s full frontal:

 

— PAPER Magazine (@papermagazine) November 13, 2014

Alongside the article titled “#Nofilter: An Afternoon with Kim Kardashian” the team behind the cover shoots that’s taken over the internet with the #BreaktheInternet hashtag and countless memes over the last 24 hours share more of shoot.

We had an inkling this was coming as Mickey Boardman today hinted at even more adventurous images to follow the cover:

While the magazine cites Kim and Kanye’s Vogue cover #worldsmostcontroversialcover (Paper peeps sure do like their hashtags!), this latest cover may just have snatched that title.

“Unlike most people, she looks exactly the same in person as she does in photographs or on television, with one exception: she is smaller than she appears in images, with tiny, almost doll-like ears and feet and hands. Everything else about her seems amplified, tumescent. Her black hair is thicker than any you have ever seen, her lips fuller, her giant Bambi-eyes larger, their whites whiter, and the lashes that frame them longer. If some of this is the result of artificial enhancement — does anyone else have eyelashes that resemble miniature feather dusters? — none of it seems obviously ersatz. But that’s not to say it looks real, either. She is like a beautiful anime character come to life” is how the writer Amanda Fortini describes the reality star.

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Alongside the controversial new image the magazine also shares behind-the-scenes of the cover with the champagne glass the star was seen balancing on her derriere in the cover shoot on the floor – possibly a frame after the money shot was captured.

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Read the interview over at Paper Magazine.

Full credits:

Hair by Laurent Philippon at Calliste Agency
Makeup by Mario Dedivanovic
Manicure by Tatiana Sery at Aurelien Agency
Photographer assistants: Philippe Baumann, Franck Joyeux and Nicolas Premoli
Digital imaging: Helene Chauvet for Kilato
Digital: Christian Horvath For D-Factory
Producer: Virginie Laguens
Assistant producer: Grace Salemme

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