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Yep, this is real. Berlin-based fashion journal 032c just released their Summer 2014 issue starring model Camilla Christensen's milk-soaked lady parts. Interestingly, 032c's fashion director is Mel Ottenberg, who is none other than Rihanna's personal stylist. We spot a trend here.
The magazine was printed in a limited-edition run of 300 copies and focuses on "creative leadership" in the fashion industry, featuring interviews with Hood by Air's Shayne Oliver, Net-A-Porter's Natalie Massenet, and John Waters. Aside from the total disconnect between the content and the cover, the magazine also raises a serious question about the line between what's "edgy" and what's too far in fashion. In regular context this shoot would be considered porn, but since it's in the name of fashion does it get a pass?
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