The 21-year-old reality star Kendall Jenner is one of six models to grace the various covers of V magazine's January V105 issue, showing off her sexy figure in a barely-there ensemble.
Kendall Jenner has unveiled a huge new tattoo - but it's just for the cameras.The star put her cheeky side on show in high cut underwear and and a strapless black and white top.
one of six women—including Joan Smalls, Amber Valletta, Lara Stone, Ellen Rosa, and Carolyn Murphy—to be featured on the multiple covers for V magazine's January 2017 issue. Each cover maintains a theme regarding the "eternalness of tattoos in an industry known for constant change." In fact, the issue chronicles the choices each cover girl has made in her life that reflect a personal rebelliousness for them.
The shoot was helmed by famed fashion photographer Mario Testino. The photo shoot was done in collaboration with tattoo artist Jenai Chin, who explained the creation process in his interview with the magazine.
Depending on the tattoo, Jensai said he found himself spending an hour and a half developing the body art.
Tattoo artist Jenai Chin crafted each girl's unique tat — a broken heart for Smalls, a horseshoe for Stone. Valletta even got a neck tattoo. If each lady's ink looks incredibly real, that's because Chin's a perfectionist. "The way I work with it is that I’ll have a drawing; I’ll make a stencil of it, and the stencil is made out of the same things that we do for real tattoos, so that goes onto the skin, and instead of me using a needle and ink, I just use paint and airbrushing," Chin told.