Yeah, it sure is. But it is actually for a photoshoot for V Magazine’s V105 six-cover special issue.She did not only get a tattoo but other models did too. You guessed right. The tattoo is not real. But was used for V mag’s photoshoot whose theme is rebellion.
According to Glamour:
For V Magazine’s V105 six-cover special issue (all of which you can see below), a whole host of supermodels and actresses were adorned with tattoos to celebrate the issue’s theme of rebellion.
Photographed by Mario Testino, modelsKendall Jenner, Joan Smalls, Lara Stone, Ellen Rosa, Carolyn Murphy and Amber Valetta get ‘tattoos’ by renowned artist Jenai Chin.
Now, of course the tattoos aren’t real (we can’t see Kendall Jenner wanting a snake curling all the way up her thigh), but we kind of love seeing our favourite models in this punky new light.
Along with the six amazing covers, the ladies shed light on their personal biggest acts of rebellion and who they think embodies it.
“She managers to pull everything off. She can do no fashion wrong!” Kendall Jenner said on why she thinks Rihanna is queen of the rebels.
For Carolyn Murphy, her biggest act of rebellion was quitting modelling: “Leaving the industry at the height of my career to live in Costa Rica, turning down a career as an actress because I didn’t want to deal with fame… not sure if that all makes me “bad ass” or just plain crazy.”
Whereas Amber Valetta’s biggest rebellion was all for a good cause: “The most bad ass thing I’ve done in fashion was in the 1990s. I got Versace, the biggest supermodels, the best hair and makeup all to fly to my hometown Tulsa, Oklahoma, for a charity fashion show. It was for the local food bank and we raised about $300,000.”
See the six special covers here: