Kate Upton covers another magazine – and this time there are no clothes at all (but it's all in the name of art of course)
She is now a household name after appearing on the front of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, but Kate Upton's latest magazine cover is possibly more sensational still.
The blonde beauty, 19, poses naked on the cover of Italian title Muse, the so-called 'fashionart magazine'.
Channelling Marilyn Monroe, like so many others before her, the styling of the model manages to reference a retro era without relying on clothing or props.
Retro beauty: Kate Upton poses nude on the cover of Muse magazine, channelling the look of Marilyn Monroe
Her peroxide blonde hair is teased into a high bouffant, while her make-up, with powdered skin and matte, taupe lips, looks understated while at the same time, very Fifties.
Though Miss Upton famously slimmed down over the summer, after gaining so much weight her friends staged an intervention, she still looks particularly curvaceous in this new image.
Slimmed-down: Miss Upton (pictured in July, left, and earlier this month, right) famously dropped some weight over the summer after gaining so much weight her friends staged an intervention
Cover girl: Miss Upton was chosen to front the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue this year
Shot at an angle many women would agree
was particularly flattering, her shoulders and decolletage look slim,
while her chest is enviably full.
Miss Upton has barely been out of the headlines since her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover was unveiled two weeks ago.
She has since appeared in the pages of Esquire and a Carl's Jr burger commercial. And during an interview on the Ellen show, she was forced to dodge rumours about a possible relationship with New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez.
One thing she won't be appearing in anytime soon is a Victoria's Secret show, though.
The lingerie company's creative head, Sophia Neophitou, told the New York Times that it would never choose Miss Upton to appear in the annual event.
Unafraid to mince her words, she described the Swimsuit Issue cover girl as being blessed with beauty that is 'too obvious'.
Ms Neophitou told the newspaper that the model is 'like a footballer’s wife, with the too-blond hair and that kind of face that anyone with enough money can go out and buy.'