Before Kim Kardashian , Kendall Jenner , Bella Hadid , and literally every other celebrity in were freeing their nipples, the women of Old Hollywood had it covered. Or rather, uncovered. As we all know, nipples are nothing to be ashamed of and everyone has them, so all the high fives to these throwback stars—from Marilyn Monroe to Rita Hayworth. Pretty scandalous for , and you know 's naked dresses could never.
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In the magazine, a ten-year old Brooke is shown wearing makeup, her glistening body posed naked in a bathtub. At the time, Gross was working on a project for publication entitled The Woman in the Child , in which he wanted to reveal the femininity of prepubescent girls by comparing them to adult women. Her mother signed a contract giving Gross full rights to exploit the images of her daughter. In , however, Brooke Shields wanted to prevent further use of these pictures and tried unsuccessfully to buy back the negatives.
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If there's one thing model and actress Brooke Shields , 55, knows how to do it's pose for the camera. Well, she just showed off her legendary modeling skills—and her toned butt and legs—in a series of gorgeous black and white photos taken by her friend, fellow model, and professional photographer, Helena Christensen. In the photos, Brooke is wearing a black one-piece swimsuit while soaking up some sun and posing with flowers. Fans definitely noticed that Brooke has legs for days in the photoshoot, especially in that first shot. A post shared by Brooke Shields brookeshields.
The image featured a heavily made-up small girl who looked quite a lot like Shields and an inserted image of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner covering her presumably naked body, with text that read:. No comment, sources, or citations were provided, and a watermark on the image aNewKindofHuman suggested that it originated elsewhere earlier. In , the Guardian published a story about the image and its photographer Garry Gross.